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2014 Indiana State Elections 
How Will You Choose Our Future?
Indiana’s Elections are Tuesday, November 4th 
• Voter registration ends on Monday, October 6th 
• You can register: 
• on...
Before Election Day: Tuesday, November 4th 
You can visit www.IndianaVoters.com to: 
• register to vote online (before Mon...
Acceptable Photo ID Guidelines 
Photo IDs have 4 requirements. They must: 
• display your photo 
• display your name, whic...
On Election Day: Tuesday, November 4th 
• Polls will be open from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm local time 
• You must bring an accep...
Positions on This Year’s Ballot 
• Secretary of State 
• Auditor of State 
• Treasurer of State 
• United States Represent...
Secretary of State Candidates 
• Connie Lawson (Republican, Incumbent) — www.in.gov/sos 
• Karl Tatgenhorst (Libertarian)—...
Auditor of State 
• Michael Claytor (Democrat) — www.claytor4auditor.com 
• Suzanne Crouch (Republican, Incumbent) — www.i...
Treasurer of State 
• Mike Boland (Democrat) — www.facebook.com/bolandforindiana 
• Mike Jasper (Libertarian) — www.facebo...
United States Representative 
There are nine districts in Indiana, each with 
separate candidates this year. 
To learn who...
State Senators 
There are fifty districts in Indiana, half of 
which will have elections this year. 
To learn about your d...
Circuit Court and Superior Court Judges 
Many districts, including ones in Monroe 
and Marion counties, will conduct judic...
School Districts 
Twenty-six school districts throughout 
Indiana will have school board elections this 
year. 
To learn a...
For More Information 
The Government Information, Maps, and Microform Services 
department of Herman B Wells Library has v...
2014 Indiana State Elections 
How Will You Choose Our Future? 
Presentation by Ryan Randall 
2014 
Edited by Kimberly Horne
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2014 Indiana State Elections

  1. 1. 2014 Indiana State Elections How Will You Choose Our Future?
  2. 2. Indiana’s Elections are Tuesday, November 4th • Voter registration ends on Monday, October 6th • You can register: • online at www.indianavoters.com if you have a valid Indiana Driver’s license or Indiana state ID card • by mail with a form postmarked on or before October 6th (forms available here in ET2!) • in person at the Voter Registration Office in the Johnson Hardware Building, 401 W. 7th Street • at any BMV • Find permanent residence info. and other details relevant to college students at www.in.gov/sos/elections/2626.htm
  3. 3. Before Election Day: Tuesday, November 4th You can visit www.IndianaVoters.com to: • register to vote online (before Monday, October 6th) • confirm your voter registration • find your polling place • view your provisional ballot Information about absentee voting (if you know in advance you will be unable to reach your polling station) can be found: www.in.gov/sos/elections/2402.htm Information about obtaining a photo ID can be found: www.in.gov/sos/elections/2625.htm
  4. 4. Acceptable Photo ID Guidelines Photo IDs have 4 requirements. They must: • display your photo • display your name, which must conform to your voter registration information • it need not be identical, for instance can say “Bob” instead of “Robert” • display an expiration date & be current or have expired sometime after the date of the last General Election (November 6, 2012) • be issued by the State of Indiana or the U.S. Government IN driver licenses, IN photo ID cards, military ID cards, U.S. Passports, and IU student ID cards are usually sufficient (not private school IDs) Information about obtaining a photo ID can be found at: www.in.gov/sos/elections/2625.htm
  5. 5. On Election Day: Tuesday, November 4th • Polls will be open from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm local time • You must bring an acceptable photo ID • You have the right to cast a provisional ballot if your eligibility is challenged • If you have a temporary or permanent disability, you may be assisted in the voting booth if you request assistance before entering the booth • Assistance/service animals are allowed in all voting buildings
  6. 6. Positions on This Year’s Ballot • Secretary of State • Auditor of State • Treasurer of State • United States Representatives • State Senators • State Representatives • Judge of Circuit Court • Judge of Superior Court • School Board
  7. 7. Secretary of State Candidates • Connie Lawson (Republican, Incumbent) — www.in.gov/sos • Karl Tatgenhorst (Libertarian)— www.karlforindiana.com • Beth White (Democrat)— www.bethwhite.org
  8. 8. Auditor of State • Michael Claytor (Democrat) — www.claytor4auditor.com • Suzanne Crouch (Republican, Incumbent) — www.in.gov/auditor • John Schick (Libertarian) — [none as of 2014-09-30]
  9. 9. Treasurer of State • Mike Boland (Democrat) — www.facebook.com/bolandforindiana • Mike Jasper (Libertarian) — www.facebook.com/pages/Mike-Jasper-for- Indiana-Treasurer/652058784865063 • Kelly Mitchell (Republican) — www.votekellymitchell.com
  10. 10. United States Representative There are nine districts in Indiana, each with separate candidates this year. To learn who are your district’s candidates, visit www.IndianaVoters.com
  11. 11. State Senators There are fifty districts in Indiana, half of which will have elections this year. To learn about your district and its potential candidates, visit www.IndianaVoters.com
  12. 12. Circuit Court and Superior Court Judges Many districts, including ones in Monroe and Marion counties, will conduct judicial elections this year. To learn about your district and its potential candidates, visit www.IndianaVoters.com
  13. 13. School Districts Twenty-six school districts throughout Indiana will have school board elections this year. To learn about your district and its potential candidates, visit www.IndianaVoters.com
  14. 14. For More Information The Government Information, Maps, and Microform Services department of Herman B Wells Library has voter registration forms. Librarians here and at the Monroe County Public Library are happy to help you find more information. Visit www.libraries.iub.edu/gimms or www.mcpl.info The photos used in this slideshow were selected from the candidates’ websites or from www.ballotpedia.org/Indiana_elections,_2014
  15. 15. 2014 Indiana State Elections How Will You Choose Our Future? Presentation by Ryan Randall 2014 Edited by Kimberly Horne

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