Wednesday, April 11, 2018

"How to vote in Floyd County."

Courtesy of The Onion.

Here's the link; I've cut and pasted the entire page, and the links are active. They'll take you to the county clerk's site.

But first, a word from our sponsor.



Thank you for your interest in voting in the upcoming election. Provided below are various ways you can vote in the election. Click on a title below to view more information about that method of voting.
Please Note: You must register to vote at least 29 days before the election. Click here for more information on voter registration


All registered voters in Indiana are eligible to vote absentee-in-person at the County Clerk’s Office beginning 29 days before Election Day. 
Absentee-in-Person voters will sign an ABS-7 which is a Absentee Ballot Voted in person envelope in which they will place their ballot into after the cast their vote and scan it through the scanner.  That envelope will be sealed by the voter and placed in the ballot box. The box will be emptied and the ballots will be placed in a secure room until the election results have been certified.

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