Resources for Indiana Voters: Your Vote Matters!

Are you registered to vote in the upcoming election?  If you are registered, do you know where you should go to vote?

Check out more information on the League of Women Voters here, or stop by any Public Service desk at the library for more information. You can also find the Indiana election calendar here.

 

Indiana Legislative Online Resources Provided by the League of Women Voters:


IN.gov

iga.in.gov

Indiana General Assembly (iga).  Find your legislator, see committee assignments and follow bills.

In.gov/SOS/

Election Division under the Sectary of State (SOS).


wayeo.egis.39dn.com

Who are your elected officials(WAYEO). All information on this site is maintained by the local Clerk of the Circuit Court office in conjunction with the Indiana Secretary of State’s office. Search the map to find your governmental districts and elected officials.


indianavoters.in.gov

Indiana Statewide Voter Registration System (SVRS) Public Information Site. Since January 2006, the State of Indiana has maintained a single, uniform electronic database containing the voter registration records for all of Indiana’s 92 counties. The SVRS is linked to the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles database and the Social Security Administration database to help verify voter registration applications. The system also exchanges data with the Indiana Department of Health, and Department of Correction to assist local election officials in their efforts to remove deceased and incarcerated voters convicted of crimes. The information each voter will view on this website is supplied and maintained at the county level. If this information is incorrect, you will need to notify your County Clerk or Board of Voter Registration.


 Hamiltoncounty.in.gov

Go to Departmentsthen Elections Officeto find information on 2018 elections, absentee voting, polling places, sample ballots, campaign finance reports, and more.


Votesmart.org

Vote Smart’s mission is to provide free, factual, unbiased information on candidates and elected officials. The site provides information on the President and executive branch, US Legislators, state government and legislators, and city and county government.


Pingthepeople.org

Ping the People makes it easy to discover, track, and get instant updates on Indiana legislation that is important to you. Add bills to your watchlist and receive alerts via email and/or text message.


ballotpedia.org

Ballotpedia is the online encyclopedia of American politics and elections. Their goal is to inform people about politics by providing accurate and objective information about politics at all levels of government.


statisticalatlas.com/state/Indiana/Overview

A website dedicated to in-depth statistical data and analysis for all of the US. Get high-level overviews for the entire country, then drill down through 10+ map levels, all the way down to the individual block. The site is heavily cross-linked for convenient click-and-scroll navigation.


usafacts.org

USAFacts is a data-driven portrait of the American population, our government’s finances, and government’s impact on society. Run by a non-partisan, not-for-profit civic initiative and with no political agenda or commercial motive, the information is from publicly available government data sources and provided as a free public service with the intention to spur serious, reasoned, and informed debate on the purpose and functions of government.


Many elected officials have individual web sites and Facebook pages which can be found by searching online.

 



The Fishers Library will be opening at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 27 due to the Brew Ha Ha 5K.
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