Absentee voting continues this week in the North Judson Municipal General Election.Continue reading
New early voting hours have been established for the Medaryville Town Election.Continue reading
Early voting hours for North Judson’s General Election were finalized by the Starke County Election Board Thursday.Continue reading
Early voting hours for North Judson’s town election are expected to be finalized during a special Starke County Election Board meeting this morning. Since North Judson is the only place in Starke County holding an election this fall, board members have decided to set up a satellite absentee voting location there. But they still need to pick a location and set the specific hours.Continue reading
North Judson voters won’t have to travel to Knox to cast their ballots early ahead of November’s municipal election. Starke County Clerk Bernadette Welter-Manuel told the rest of the county election board last week that since North Judson is the only town having an election this year, she’d like to set up a satellite absentee voting location there.Continue reading
Early voting continues on the first floor of the Starke County Courthouse.Continue reading
One of the Starke County Election Board’s recent debates had to do with the placement of a flag in the early voting room. The board voted two-to-one last week to remove a large flag from its location in front of a window.Continue reading
The Starke County Clerk’s Office is working to address some perception issues, stemming from the fact that the county’s election clerk is also on next month’s ballot. Colleen Hodge is one of two Democrats running for Knox clerk-treasurer.Continue reading
The Starke County Election Board has issued a revision of its early voting hours ahead of next month’s municipal primary. In-person absentee voting will take place this afternoon from 1:00 to 4:00. Early voting continues next week, Monday through Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to noon.Continue reading
The Starke County Election Board members went over the schedule for early voting hours Wednesday morning.Continue reading
The Starke County Commissioners and the Starke County Election Board members Monday night discussed a location for early voting for the May Primary Municipal Election in the Starke County Courthouse.Continue reading
Tomorrow is Election Day! Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time tomorrow.
The November General Election is just a few days away. If you can’t make it to the polls on Election Day, there are a few opportunities for you to vote early to ensure your vote counts.
There are still a few days remaining for voters to cast an early ballot in this year’s November General Election.
Voter registration clerks in Starke and Pulaski Counties are busy collecting absentee ballots for the November General Election.
The Starke County Clerk’s Office has received a number of inquiries from concerned citizens about text messages regarding early voting.
Starke County Clerk Vicki Cooley stated that one of the texts apparently claims an individual’s early vote has not been recorded as of yet. She said if you receive one of these messages it is important to know that it is absolutely not from the Starke County Clerk’s Office. Continue reading
Those who’d like to vote in next month’s General Election but are not registered have one more week to get that done. The voter registration deadline is Tuesday, October 9. Residents have until the close of business that day to register at their county clerk’s office, or until midnight to register online at IndianaVoters.com. On that website, you can also check and see whether you’re already registered.
The Pulaski County Election Board has set early voting hours, ahead of November’s General Election. The early voting period runs from October 10 through November 5. During that time, in-person absentee voting will take place Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. EDT at the Pulaski County Justice Center in Winamac.
A poll worker’s needlepoint hobby led to a lengthy debate among Starke County Election Board members Wednesday. Board President Harrison Fields said he’s gotten complaints about a poll worker who’s apparently been doing needlepoint while waiting for potential voters, during in-person absentee voting hours. “I’ve had two phone calls on it, and me personally, I don’t like the looks of it, personally,” he said. “I don’t like the looks of it.”