One of the ways to ensure your vote gets counted is to vote as early as possible.Â You may be able to vote but there may be complications with your registration (you’ve moved for instance) that might complicate things and could delay your voting or just make for an uncomfortable situation on election day.
Early voting in Bloomington will be available at the Curry Building weekdays 8:30-4 through Nov. 2 and 8:30-noon on Nov. 3 as well as 8:30-4 (I think) on Saturdays Oct. 25 and November 1.
The Herald Times has information about the election and sample ballots on their website.
Update: Information on state judges up for retention with regards to abortion rights issuesÂ This site is put up by an anti-choice organization, but the information provided should give anyone an idea of the decisions of some of the supreme court judges with regard to rights to have access to abortions.Â Â The site mentions two key decisions with Theodore Boehm being the only justice up for retention who seems to have decided in favor of preserving access to abortions for Indiana women.
From the site:
Dissented against an opinion upholding Indianaâ€™s 18-hour waiting period before an abortion could be done, stating, “Article I, section 1 of the Indiana Bill of Rights includes the right of a woman to choose for herself whether to terminate her pregnancy.”Â Clinic for Women v. Brizzi, 837 N.E.2d 973, 994 (Ind. 2005).
Concurred with an opinion that expanded taxpayer funding for abortions through Medicaid in Indiana, stating, â€œdenial of benefits to indigent women for medically necessary abortions is a violation of their state constitution.â€Â Humphreys v. Clinic for Women, 796 N.E.2d 247, 795 (Ind. 2003)