Indiana election

Deadline Approaching for Early Voting in Indiana

by Rick Howlett on April 30, 2012

Early voting continues across Indiana for next week’s primary election.

Hoosiers can vote in advance either in person or by absentee ballot until noon next Monday, the day before the election. Today is the last day to for voters to apply for an absentee ballot to be mailed to them.

Floyd County Clerk Linda Moeller says early voting in her office has been light.

“We’ve had about 124 since we started in April. We’ve had by mail, 293 received, ballots, but there’s still 146 ballots still out there, waiting to come back to us,” she said.

Moeller says she expects early voting to pick up in the days leading up the election, but predicts an election day turnout of only about 25 percent.

Indiana election offices will be open Saturday for early voting.

(Illustration courtesy of Floyd County, Indiana Government)

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IUS Student On Ballot For Jeffersonville Council Seat

by Rick Howlett May 4, 2011

Candidates for municipal office across Indiana are launching their general election campaigns, now that the primaries are over. Among the candidates for Jeffersonville City Council is Republican Matt Owen, a 20 year old student at Indiana University Southeast. Owen was the top vote-getter in the GOP primary for three at-large council seats. Two other Republicans […]

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Indiana Voter Registration Deadline Approaching

by Rick Howlett March 30, 2011

There are several ways for Hoosiers to register to vote or change their registration status. Monday also marks the start of early voting in Indiana.

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Indiana Voter Turnout Slightly Higher Than ’06

by Rick Howlett November 29, 2010

About 300 people called the Secretary of State’s voter hotline seeking information, with some 60,000 visiting a voter assistance website on Election Day.

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