The 2018 General Election is exceedingly important. The League of Women Voters of Montgomery County encourages ALL eligible voters to participate in this election! Candidates for key federal and state positions are on the ballot and will impact the future of Indiana and the nation. In addition, there is a proposed balanced budget amendment to the Indiana Constitution and an Indiana Supreme Court Justice Retention Vote.
Local Election Officials are to be commended for creating and staffing so many locations and times for early voting. More than 2300 had voted by last Monday morning, and many more during the week. In addition, there are still four opportunities for early voting on this Saturday, November 3:
Court House
8:00a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Rock Point Church-429 West 150 South
8:00 a.m.-3:00p.m.
Waynetown Christian Church-101 West Walnut Street
9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Waveland Fire Station-1086 West Howard Street
1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Citizens can also vote early at the Court House on Monday, November 5 from 8 a.m.-noon!
Voting at the six VOTE CENTERS will be available 6 a.m.- 6 p.m. on Election Day Tuesday, November 6, and voters can go to any one of these which is most convenient for your schedule!
Rock Point Church 429 West. 150 South
Friendship Baptist Church 1981 West Oak Hill Road
North Montgomery High School 480 West 580 North
St. Bernard’s Catholic Church 1306 East Main
Whitesville Church 3603 South Ladoga Road
Remember that you need to bring a state or federal issued picture identification. This can be a driver’s license, or a free ID may be obtained from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles at 1625 Eastway Drive. Call (765-362-5707) to see what information you need to bring to secure your free picture ID.
The new voting machines are wonderful and easy to use. You can check your votes and correct, if needed, before you enter your ballot in the machine to be counted. Election Officials will assist and answer any questions you might have.
With opportunities on Saturday, Monday morning, and twelve hours on Tuesday at five different locations, everyone who has not yet voted can surely find a time to vote. Do you have a relative, neighbor or friend who may need help getting to a Vote Center? Please offer to assist them.
The League believes that government CAN WORK if people are informed and involved.
It is the fundamental right and responsibility of American citizens to participate in elections! Let’s all do our part to have a high voter turnout for Montgomery County!
The League of Women Voters, open to men and as well as women, is a nonpartisan, multi-issue political organization which encourages informed and active participation in government, work to increase public understanding of major policy issues and influences public policy through education and advocacy. For information about the League, visit the website: or send a message to LWV, PO Box 101 Crawfordsville, IN 47933.