Vote411.org Election Information You Need. Easy to Use. Enter your address to receive your personalized voting guide. Search voting information by state and topic. Voter Guide: Responses by candidates for national, state and local offices in their own words. Election Day Problems? Call one of these hotlines: 1-866-our-vote (866-687-8683),1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en Español) 1-888-API-VOTE (Asian multilingual assistance) 1-844-418-1682 (Arabic)

If you haven’t yet voted, make plans now for how and when you will vote! Your vote counts!

Early voting continues 8:30 to noon Monday, November 5, in the Clerk’s office in the Delaware County Building. On election day polls will be open 6:00 am to 6:00 pm. Find your polling place at VOTE411.org.

If you still need to obtain your voter ID, MITS will be providing shuttle service from the Downtown MITS station to the BMV on election day 10:30 am to 6 pm on the hour and half-hour if warranted by demand. Plan to obtain your necessary documents in advance because many government offices are closed on election day. More information under PHOTO ID at https://lwvmunciedelaware.org/voter-services/ .
Go to the League of Women Voters’ VOTE411 website (https://VOTE411.org ) for additional voter information including your polling site and a personalized voting guide with candidate bios and responses to questions posed by the League. All candidates were invited and given the opportunity to share their ideas and positions with voters; not all candidates responded.

One final word: check over your ballot before hitting the SUBMIT button to be sure that each candidate you wished to select is the one appearing on your ballot.

In the last midterm election, 2014, Indiana’s voter turnout was 28%, last in the nation according to the 2014 Civic Health Index. It’s time to change that record—VOTE for the people you want to hire to work for the citizens of Muncie and Indiana!
Linda Hanson, Spokesperson
League of Women Voters of Muncie-Delaware County

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