The Indiana Election Commission has officially signed off on several recommended changes to this year’s primary. It’s been moved from May 5 to June 2, due to concerns about COVID-19.Continue reading
A change in Francesville’s mail delivery has led to a number of voters being listed as inactive. Pulaski County Clerk JoLynn Behny told the rest of the election board last week that the state is updating its voter list, to figure out which voters are inactive.Continue reading
Those who’d like to vote in next month’s primaries but are not registered have less than a week to get that done. The voter registration deadline is Monday, April 8.Continue reading
Protecting Hoosiers from investment fraud is the goal of a video produced in partnership with the Indiana Secretary of State’s Office. “$cammed: Investment Fraud Revealed” aims to show that investment schemes don’t just target large-scale investors on Wall Street, but also regular people here in Indiana.
Indiana voters whose registration may have been compromised can still cast ballots in the upcoming General Election. Secretary of State Connie Lawson discovered “thousands of dates of birth and first names” were changed after running a report in the Statewide Voter Registration System. She did so after her office received calls from an unspecified number of voters who learned the date of birth or first name on their voter registration is incorrect. Continue reading
Indiana’s Secretary of State is urging Hoosiers to get registered to vote.
Voter turnout in Starke and Pulaski Counties during the Nov. 3 Municipal General Election exceeded the statewide average. That’s according to data released this week by Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson. Continue reading
Starke County is the recipient of a $24,000 federal grant to improve voting accessibility.
The Starke County Election Board inspects polling locations annually and determined that the North Bend Township polling location needed to meet federal Help America Vote Act (HAVA) standards, according to Starke County Clerk Evelyn Skronski.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson will be the featured speaker at the upcoming Starke County Lincoln Day Dinner. It’s scheduled Saturday, April 26 at the Bass Lake Community Center.
Gov. Mitch Daniels appointed Lawson to that post on March 16, 2012. He called her the obvious choice because of the local and state elections experience she brings to the office. Lawson served in the Indiana Senate for 16 years prior to her appointment. Before that she was clerk of the Hendricks County Circuit Court for eight years.
Get your piggy bank ready! A program designed to give families and individuals the push to start thinking about budgeting strategies and the impact budgets have on their financial future is on the horizon. Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson is encouraging Hoosiers to begin saving at least $10 a week and begin a pattern of saving to build a strong financial footing for tomorrow as part of America Saves Week 2013, from Feb. 25 to March 2.
New Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson is slated as a speaker Saturday night at the Starke County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner. The event, to be held at the newly remodeled Bass Lake Community Center, will begin with a social hour at 6:00 p.m. and the dinner at 7:00 p.m. CT.
Other local and state candidates are expected to be in attendance as well as Second District Congressional candidate, Jackie Walorski.