Indiana Code Title 3. Elections § 3-5-2-10

Sec. 10 . “Chute” means the area or pathway that extends fifty (50) feet in length, measured from the entrance to the polls.  If the property line of the polling place is less than fifty (50) feet from the door or entrance to the polling place, the chute is measured from the exterior door or entrance to the polling place to one-half ( 1/2 ) the distance to the property line of the polling place nearest to the entrance to the polls.  Whenever there are two (2) or more doors or entrances to the polls, the inspector of the precinct shall designate one (1) door or entrance as the door for voters to enter for the purpose of voting.


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