Straight party voting has changed in Indiana
Straight party voting has changed in Indiana and this November Hoosiers should take note before going to the polls. Hoosiers will still be able to cast a straight ticket on November 8th, but that vote will not count for any individual candidate for county council or town council at-large. Voters now need to select each candidate they wish to elect for at-large county council and town council seats. In addition to candidate and voter education efforts by the counties, voters will also be notified of the change in the law at the polls. The new law allows the county election board to print voting system instruction either on the ballot or in the voting booth.
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