INDIANAPOLIS — If you're heading to the polls in Marion County on Election Day, you have nearly 200 to choose from.
And one site is pretty historic. The President Benjamin Harrison Home on North Delaware Street, on the north end of downtown is a polling place.
Harrison was our country's 23rd president, from 1889 to 1893. He campaigned from the house and was still living there in 1901 when he died.
The Harrison House and all polling places will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. You need to bring a photo ID.
There will be parking available at and nearby the Harrison Presidential Site and it's also on IndyGo.
If you are looking for the place you can vote, go to the WRTV Election Guide at: