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Voting Information – Let’s Talk About Absentee Ballots

Are you scratching your head wondering about changes to Indiana’s voting laws? 

Are you feeling flummoxed by the new absentee voting rules? 

Are you baffled by how to help our fellow voters?


You’ve come to the right place! 


The League of Women Voters of Indiana and Indiana Vote By Mail

held a Zoom meeting to quell your worries, assuage your doubts, and ease your confusion. 


Held 9/7/23 

Linda Hanson and Barbara Tully talked about 

voting in Indiana, new absentee rules, and a really badly written law. 

View the Powerpoint from the presentation

League Day Orientation

Never been to a League Day? Not sure how to meet with your legislator? Don't know what to say?

Then listen to a panel of experienced Advocates who can provide the information you need and answer your questions.

Recorded on Zoom January 19, 2023

President's Day 2022 Presentations

October 15, 2022

Film Viewing - Discussion Portion

June 14, 2022

Suppressed: The Fight to Vote by Robert Greenwald and Produced by Brave New Films, this 35-minute documentary chronicles the 2018 midterm election in Georgia where people faced polling place closures, voter purges, missing absentee ballots and extreme wait times — disproportionately preventing students and people of color from voting. We viewed the longer and updated 2020 version but the shorter 2018 version of the film may be viewed here.

The video at left is the discussion that occurred after the viewing and features comments by:

Sheila Suess Kennedy

Emerita Professor of Law and Public Policy, School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis

Julia Vaughn, Common Cause Indiana - Election Protection Project

Jorgena Watson, LWV Henry County - Local Election Process

Sharon Busick-Howell, LWV Fort Wayne - VOTE411

Debate/Candidate Forum Workshop

March 24, 2022

Dr. Elizabeth Bennion, Chancellor's Professor of Political Science at Indiana University South Bend, will discuss best practices for organizing and moderating candidates debates based on her experience organizing non-partisan debates for municipal, county, state, and national candidates for multiple communities across Indiana.


She will draw upon her work with the American Democracy Project, League of Women Voters, and Indiana Debate Commission, including her success in hosting televised debates for congressional, gubernatorial, and U.S. Senate debates. 

Indiana Coalition for Public Education (ICPE) discusses the bills before the Indiana General Assembly including partisan school boards, curriculum review, and vouchers.


Hosted by LWV Muncie-Delaware County and the American Association of University Women (AAUW)


January 22, 2022

Indiana Coalition for Public Education Resources


View film mentioned during the presentation
Indiana's Choice

League Day at the Statehouse; January 6, 2022

Time Line

03:10 Terry Spradlin

30:55 Linda Hanson

32:49 Julia Vaughn

49:12 Ken Jones

Indiana Economy and the Value of Education 12/4/21