You have the following four choices of methods to cast your ballot in Indiana.
Vote by mail: You may submit an absentee ballot application to the county of your permanent residence, and your ballot will be sent to you. The ballot must be postmarked by the date of the election and received in the office of the circuit court clerk by noon 10 days after the election to be counted.
Vote by email: You may receive and return your ballot through email directly through your county election office or using a program operated by the Federal Voting Assistance Program (www.FVAP.gov) of the U.S. Department of Defense.
Vote by fax: When you fax your absentee ballot application to your county election office, you may request that an official election ballot be faxed back to you.
Vote in person: If your circumstances change and you are able to vote at the designated polling place for your permanent residence, then you should contact your county election office for instructions on how to proceed.