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'Who's on Your Ballot?'

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Voters can get a first look at who will appear on their Primary Election ballot on the Internet.

The Indiana Statewide Voter Registration System's (SVRS) public information site -- www.indianavoters.in.gov -- has a new feature called "Who's on Your Ballot?" in which the list of candidates and public questions appearing on the May 4 ballot may be viewed.

The information can be found by either voter registration records or by precinct.

To search by voter registration records, the county must be chosen, along with entering the voter's last name, first name and birth date. For the precinct route, only the county and preferred precinct needs to be entered.

Visitors to this portion of the site may view the candidates of the Republican, Democratic or Libertarian parties, or may select "All" to view the list for a particular precinct in its entirety.

The "Who's on Your Ballot?" option may be found at the bottom left portion of the main page, and is one of multiple items with useful information for voters.

Those logging on to the site may also locate the polling location for their precinct, confirm voter registration and find contact information for their county's election board.

There is also a link on the site to the Indiana Elections Division site, which contains more information on voting and election requirements.

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That is great, and it works.

-- Posted by Leo L. Southworth on Wed, Apr 21, 2010, at 10:22 AM

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