The Evansville election offices at the Civic Center open its doors last week for early and in-person-absentee voters. You can visit them from 8 am to 4 pm, Monday thru Friday.

The Evansville Vanderburgh Library locations will accept early voting starting October 22nd to November 2nd. Monday thru Friday from noon to 6 pm and Saturdays from noon to 5 pm.

Other locations only open on Saturdays will include Northeast Park Baptist Church and Cedar Hall School. Election Day is Tuesday, November 6th. 

The Indiana Civic Health Index uses data from the census and the U.S. Elections Project to measure how much Hoosiers engage with their government and their community.

For example, one of the questions from the U.S. Elections Project – do you eat dinner with a family member frequently? Nearly 93 percent of Hoosiers said yes in 2016, ranking third in the country.

Hoosiers are more likely to attend public meetings, volunteer in community organizations and interact with their neighbors than in years past.

An Indiana study committee panel recommended Thursday the General Assembly explore ways to make voting and voter registration more accessible.

Elections Study Committee Chairman Sen. Greg Walker (R-Columbus) says he will draft a bill next session to allow a person to register and vote on Election Day. Indiana’s current system cuts off registration about a month before.

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Nov 8, 2016

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