Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Get Out the Vote!

Volunteers have been active throughout the campaign, and the last stretch is here. To help Delaware County Team Democrat PAC help candidates, volunteer for one of the jobs below.
Get Out The Vote
Contact Nolan Born  nborn510@gmail.com. 547-249-0091
*driving canvassers

Yard signs for candidates sharing Team Democrat PAC Headquarters
Contact Victoria Rose victrose@gmail.com, or call 765-749-4090

Deliver yard signs to five to seven polling locations on Monday night and pick up after polls close. One person does not have to do all locations.
Pick up yard signs from yards and bring them back to HQ on High Street. Headquarters staff have location information. 

Team Democrate PAC volunteers and candidates will watch election results on the big screens at the Murpah Shrine Club, at 2232 E. McGalliard, Muncie, beginning at 6 p.m. To provide snacks on election night at the Shrine Club, get in touch with Victoria Rose.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Early Voting Underway

The November election is nearly upon us. You may vote prior to the November 4th election day at designated places in each county. If you live in Delaware County, you vote in the Election Room on the first floor. It's next to Voter Registration.

Delaware County Election Room
County Courthouse
100 W Main Street        
Muncie IN 47305
Phone:  765-747-7726

Many of the candidates who support the ethics of Delaware County Team Democrat PAC are on the ballot in more than one county. To find the location of early voting in other counties, visit the State of Indiana website.

Also at this website you can find your specific polling location.

Absentee ballots are another way to vote early. You need to sign a form requesting the ballot. You can download an application from the website of the Delaware County Clerk's Office. This same link has a sample ballot and list of polling places.  Another way to get an absentee ballott application is to call the office and they will mail the form to request a ballot. If you vote via mail, send your ballot in well before election day. Many candidates have volunteers who can also provide ballot request forms.

If you cannot reach the county office that provides voter information, call Indiana  Election Division at (800) 622-4941 for assistance. All information on voting in Indiana is at the main state website.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

It's Yard Sign Time Again