This election, there’s a lot at stake for seven of Indiana’s public school districts.
Indiana voters can write in any person for President, but unless it's a certified write-in candidate, the vote won't count.
Here's everything you need to know about early voting, absentee voting and voting on election day.
More Hoosiers are registered already this year than in any election for more than a decade.
Political analysts say Indiana’s strong Republican voter base makes it difficult for Hillary Clinton to carry the state.
Officials say precinct committeemen are expected to meet soon to suggest an alternate polling place.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles unveiled the three options for the state’s new license plate on Friday.
May’s primary drew 38-percent of registered Indiana voters, just short of 2008’s high water mark of 40-percent.
All Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles locations are extending hours May 2 and 3 to accommodate Hoosiers needing proper identification for voting.
Officials say the upcoming presidential primaries led to a vast increase in the amount of voter registrations in certain counties in the past week.