Four possible plates were unveiled Monday in Indianapolis.
The state flag is the centerpiece of each design.
Voting will take place on the Bureau of Motor Vehicles web site, w-w-w-dot-i-n-dot-gov-forward slash-b-m-v. (www.in.gov/bmv) The electronic polls will be open from April third to the 18Th.
Those who don't have access to the Internet can vote at public libraries and driver's license offices.
The new plates will drop the current numbering system that identifies the car's home county. Instead, each plate will have a sticker identifying the home county at the top.
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