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Hamilton County Proposes Voter Check-in Via iPads

Oct 12, 2015
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Hamilton County may join the growing number of Indiana counties that use iPad check-ins for voters at their polling places.

Elections Administrator Kathy Richardson – who’s also a state representative -- says a total of about 20 counties, including Allen and Lake, already use or are planning to employ so-called "electronic poll pads." Voters sign in by swiping their drivers licenses.

Richardson says the pad system - which needs Hamilton County Council approval - would speed up the process.

City of Frankfort

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On this week's Ask The Mayor, we find out from Chris McBarnes what his city can do to help those in need.

Also on this week’s show, what happens when a local newspaper teams up with an Indianapolis TV station to, in their words “share content”?

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Registered voters in Tippecanoe County will have 19 vote center sites available to cast their ballots on Election Day next month.

That’s the same number as in the May primary.

County Clerk Christa Coffey says they decided not to scale back, even though some are predicting record low turnout.

She says the easier it is for people to vote, the better.

Early voting begins tomorrow in the County.

Coffey says the only thing that would prevent a registered voter from casting their ballot is not having a photo ID.

Tippecanoe Co Election Day Vote Center sites

Nov 5, 2012

Tippecanoe County residents who are registered to vote in Tuesday's General Election can vote at any of the following Vote Center locations. The polling places are open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Contact information to find out where to vote in surrounding counties is below.

Tippecanoe County General Election Vote Center Locations:

Brady Lane Church of Christ   2701 Brady Lane     Lafayette

Evangelical Covenant Church  3600 S 9th Street  Lafayette

Early voting before Tuesday's election has ended and turnout in Tippecanoe County is lower than the last presidential and midterm Primaries.

According to the county clerk’s office, 4,794 people cast a ballot over the past few weeks. That includes 3,851 taking a Republican ballot and 942 choosing Democrat.

That’s a little more than half of the record turnout during the 2008 Primary, which featured a still contested race between senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Tippecanoe County voting locations set for 2012 primary

Apr 2, 2012

Tippecanoe County voters who want to cast their ballots early for the May 8th primary now have another satellite location to do so.

Board of Elections and Registration co-chair Jared Bond says the Pay Less Super Market on Maple Point Drive near the Tippecanoe Mall has been added to the list of early voting sites, bringing the total number to ten.

He says the location of the vote centers on Primary Election Day remain the same as last time, with one exception.