Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th, and we all know this is a big (bigly?) election in terms of the direction our country will go. However, if you're not registered by the end of the day on Tuesday, October 11th, you won't get the chance to let your voice be heard. Fortunately, registering can is quick and easy, and can be done online.

Much of this year's campaign cycle has focused on the Presidential election, but there are several races on a local and regional level that are important as well. Here in Indiana, we'll choose a new governor, as well as county and city council members, and state representatives. Each with their own level of impact on our day to day lives.

If your not registered to vote, simply visit the Indiana government website, and fill out the online application. A current valid Indiana driver's license or Indiana State identification card is required to register online.

If you're pretty sure you're registered, but not 100-percent sure, you can check your status through the same Indiana government website.