With only two weeks to go before the general election on Nov. 6, most voters are already secure in their picks for the main races. But the races at the state and community level may still hold some questions for local voters.
Jasper County Clerk Vickie Bozell has provided the entire county ballot online at the Clerk's website , along with other information about the election, including polling places and absentee voting hours.
Another shortcut for voters is the personalized ballot service available through www.indianavoters.in.gov .
Choose Review Candidates on My Ballot. Select your county, put in your first and last names and birthdate, and the site will let you know whether you are a registered voter, and which candidates and races will appear on your ballot.
If you are not a registered voter, you can register to vote up to one month before any election. Forms are available, among other places, at your local library.