The Postal Service is attempting to ensure all ballots are delivered by the noon deadline on Nov. 3. (Editor's Note: THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING BALLOTS THIS WAY HAS PASSED.)

If you haven’t yet returned your ballot — Marion County ballots only — you can hand deliver it to a USPS employee at the Main Post Office, at 125 W. South Street in Indianapolis from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., and on Tuesday, Election Day, Nov. 3 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. 

 “This is an effort for us to be there for any voter who has waited until the last minute, to make sure their vote counts, too,” said Christi Johnson-Kennedy, acting district manager for the Greater Indiana District, in a USPS press release. “As customers drive by, they can hand our employee the ballot. Employees date stamp the ballot, and then send it on to be sorted and prepared for the applicable election board.”  

All USPS employees will be following social distance guidelines and wearing face coverings, she said.

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Having lived and worked in Indy on and off since 1977, and currently living in Carmel, I've seen the city change a great deal. I love covering the arts in all its forms, and the places where the arts and broader cultural issues intersect.