Those who want to vote in next month’s municipal elections but are not registered have just a few days left to get that done. The voter registration deadline is Monday, October 7.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
Today is the absolute last day that voters can register or update their registration information. Even if you think you’re registered, you should double check to make sure all the listed information is accurate.
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.
County clerks around Indiana have been busy updating their voter registration lists. Voters whose registrations were considered inactive by 2014 and have not voted since then have had their voter records canceled. Continue reading
Indiana counties have done their best to help clear voter registration lists of any outdated voter information.
Thanks to funding from the General Assembly in 2014, postcards were sent to voters throughout Indiana that year to be returned correcting any information as needed. A second forwardable postcard was sent to each of the voters whose first postcard was returned. Voters who did not update outdated voter registration information had their record at the address marked as “inactive”. If the inactive records were not updated or the voter did not vote from that address at any election held in 2014, 2015 or 2016, that registration record was canceled after the November 2016 election.
Prospective voters in the Nov. 8th General Election have until tomorrow to register or update their information. Updates are necessary if a voter has moved or had a name change. Continue reading
Indiana’s Secretary of State is urging Hoosiers to get registered to vote.
Today marks the final day for Indiana residents to register to vote in the May 3rd Primary Election. Continue reading
Voters looking to cast their ballots in May’s primary election have two weeks to register. The registration deadline is Monday, April 4. Continue reading
Prospective voters in today’s Starke County municipal and referendum elections must cast ballots in the precincts in which they reside, according to Starke County Clerk Vicki Cooley Continue reading
If you aren’t registered to vote or have moved since the last election, you’ve got until the close of business today to take care of business. This is the deadline for voters who plan to cast ballots in the November General Election to either register or update their registration information. Continue reading
An important deadline heading into November’s General Election takes place one week from today.
Indiana residents have until the close of business on October 5th in their respective county clerk’s offices to either register to vote, or transfer their voter registration. Continue reading
Voters who live within the North Judson-San Pierre School District can learn more about the corporation’s proposed general fund referendum by visiting a new website. www.njspfundourfuture.com explains the rationale behind the push for a property tax increase. Corporation officials say it’s necessary due to what they’ve described as a perfect storm of declining enrollment and changes in the way the state funds schools. Without it, they say significant, painful cuts will need to be made to programs and personnel. Continue reading
If you plan to vote in November’s elections, you have until October 5 to register. Continue reading
The General Election is Tuesday, Nov. 4 and in order to cast your important vote you need to be properly registered.
Voter registration is open this week at all county clerk’s offices. The last day to register to vote is Monday, Oct. 6. You must be registered by the end of the business day on Oct. 6 in order to vote in the November election.
If you need to register to vote or have questions about your current registration, call the Starke County clerk’s office at (574) 772-9160, the Pulaski County clerk’s office at (574) 946-3313 or the Marshall County Clerk’s office at (574) 936-8922. Election and registration information can also be found on the state’s website.
Absentee voting in all three counties begins Tuesday, Oct. 7.
Voter registration is open now until Monday, Oct. 6 at the end of the business day at the county courthouses.
If you need to register to vote or have questions about your current registration, call the Starke County clerk’s office at (574) 772-9160 or the Pulaski County clerk’s office at (574) 946-3313.
Absentee voting in Starke County and in Pulaski County begins Oct. 7.
Today is the last day to register to vote in the May 6 Primary Election.
One way to register is to go online and visit www.IndianaVoters.com. If you go online to register, you need to have a valid Indiana Driver’s License Number or Indiana State Identification number handy in order to complete the online registration.
If you are registered to vote but you need to update your name, address or other pertinent information, you may also do that online.
Starke County Clerk Evelyn Skronski is in today with some important information about the upcoming Primary Election.
“Voter registration closes on April 9th at the close of business and then it doesn’t reopen until May 22nd. The first day of in-office voting also begins the 9th of April,” said Skronski.