It's almost Election Day! Here at KISS106, we think it's important to get out and and VOTE! So we have compiled the most accurate and up-to-date information about how and where to vote and help prepare you to make the best choices on your ballot. We also included a few fun snippets along the way!
Where And How To Vote Early In Posey County Indiana
Early voting in Indiana runs from October 6th through November 2nd. Here's where you can cast your ballot early in Posey County.
Here’s How to Find Out Who Will Be on Your Ballot Ahead of Election Day
Outside of national and state-wide races, your ballot will look different depending on where you live in the Tri-State.
Celebrate National Voter Registration Day By Registering To Vote
Today is National Voter Registration Day! Find out how to get yourself registered or confirm your registration.
Samuel L. Jackson Will Teach You How To Swear In 15 #*@!&$% Languages
In an effort to encourage fans to make sure they are registered to vote, Samuel L. Jackson has offered to teach us how to swear in 15 languages if 2500 people check their voter registration status.
Where And How To Vote Early In Henderson County Kentucky
Find out how and where to vote early in Henderson County, Kentucky for the 2020 General Election and let your voice #BeHeard.
Where And How To Vote Early In Warrick County Indiana
Find out how and where to vote early in Warrick County for the 2020 General Election and let your voice #BeHeard.
Where And How To Vote Early In Vanderburgh County Indiana
Find out how and where to vote early in Vanderburgh County for the 2020 General Election and let your voice #BeHeard.
If You Steal or Deface Political Signs You Could Face Jail Time
If you don't agree with your neighbor's politics, you can get your own sign. Even better, you can go to the polls on November 3, and actually make a change.
You Can Vote In Indiana Even With A Felony On Your Record
Some Indiana citizens may have the right to vote and didn't even know. Those with a felony record can vote in the Hoosier state.
Concerned About COVID? Here’s Your Options for Voting in Indiana
The decision means you won't be able to cite concerns over COVID-19 as a reason why you can't vote in person.
50 Political Terms You Need to Know for the Upcoming Election
Whether you’re confused on what exactly socialism is or unclear on what a single-payer health care system would look like, we’ve got you covered with concepts affecting voters in this year’s election.