voter registration

Indiana Primary Registration Deadline Is Monday

by Rick Howlett on April 9, 2012

Monday is the deadline for Indiana residents to register or update their registrations to vote in next month’s primary election.

Secretary of State Connie Lawson says there are many ways to get signed up, including an online option.

“If a voter wanted to go to, they’ll see a wealth of information that’s driven by our statewide voter registration system. They can register to vote online. They can also go to the county election board or come to the election division and register in person,” she said.

People can also register to vote at county clerk and Bureau of Motor Vehicles offices. Registrations can also be mailed as long as they have an April 9th postmark.

Monday also marks the start of early voting in Indiana.

In addition to the presidential election, there will be races for Congress, the state legislature and the judiciary on the Indiana ballot.

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Indiana Voter Registration Deadline Approaching

by Rick Howlett April 4, 2012

The deadline to register to vote or update voter information for Indiana’s May primary election is next Monday, April 9. Secretary of State Connie Lawson says people may register at county voter registration offices, county clerks’ offices or Bureau of Motor Vehicles license branches. New Indiana voters or those who’ve moved or changed names since […]

Read the full article →

Indiana Judge: White Ineligible To Hold Office

by Rick Howlett December 23, 2011

It appears likely the question of Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White’s eligibility to hold office will be taken up by the state Supreme Court. A judge has ruled that White should not have been on the 2010 ballot. White, a Republican, defeated Democrat Vop Osili in the 2010 general election, but state Democrats contested […]

Read the full article →

Controversial Bonus for MSD Director, Hearing Set for Indiana Secretary of State, Faster Electronic Processing for EPOs, Voter Registration Deadline Tomorrow: Afternoon Review

by Laura Ellis October 10, 2011

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is waiting until a state auditor’s review of the Metropolitan Sewer District is complete before making any judgements on a new controversy in the agency. MSD Executive Director Bud Schardein is set to receive a $200,000 bonus from a hidden trust fund. MSD officials say the compensation is standard to retain […]

Read the full article →

Ruling Expected This Week In Charlie White Case

by Rick Howlett June 26, 2011

The Indiana Recount Commission is expected to issue a decision this week on whether the state’s top election official is eligible to hold office. Republican Secretary of State Charlie White is accused of using his ex-wife’s address on a voter registration form in order to keep the town council seat he held at the time […]

Read the full article →

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.

Read the full article →

Election Deadlines Approaching

by Dalton Main March 29, 2011

The deadline for independents to file for candidacy for public office is Friday, April 1. Secretary of State Elaine Walker is also concerned there may be a low voter turnout for the May primaries. The deadline to register to vote is April 18. Secretary Walker says it is important for all citizens to be aware of this deadline.

Read the full article →

Kentucky Voter Registration Numbers Released

by Tony McVeigh October 13, 2010

Republicans and independents signed up more voters since May than Democrats. And females still outnumber males on Kentucky’s voter registration rolls.

Read the full article →

Indiana Voter Registration Deadline Today

by scrosby April 5, 2010

by Stephanie Crosby Today is the last day for unregistered Indiana voters to sign up for the May fourth primary election. Indiana Secretary of State’s office spokesperson Katie Swander says it’s also a deadline to change registration information. “Voters who have moved since the last election must update their information by the April 5th deadline,” […]

Read the full article →

Grayson Applauds VA Decision on Voter Registration

by scrosby September 10, 2008

Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson is commending a decision this week from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to change its policy regarding voter registration drives at its hospitals, nursing homes and other facilities. Earlier this year, the department had issued a directive disallowing such drives. Grayson’s spokesperson, Les Fugate, says that’s because requests […]

Read the full article →