Pulaski County Election Board

Pulaski County Election Board members met on June 11 to discuss the steps to officially close the June 2 primary.  As part of the meeting, the board discussed what went well and what improvements need to be made. They also signed off on more than 30 rejected absentee ballots that could not be...
The Pulaski County Courthouse will be closed to the public during the primary election due to COVID-19.  The decision was made to close the courthouse during a regular commissioners’ meeting Monday morning. Election board president Patty Sullivan approached the commissioners asking to close it...
Pulaski County will not be holding a primary election this year in regards to the Monterey and Medaryville town councils.  The decision was made by the Pulaski County Election Board during a regular meeting on March 14.  The board decided that since Medaryville has no contested seats and no one is...
Pulaski County voters are following a state trend this election with many participating in early voting.  Across the state news media outlets have reported that early voting is setting record-breaking stats. Voters are casting their ballots early and the numbers are higher than usual for a...
The new members of the Pulaski County Election Board, Patty Sullivan and Jessye Gilley, met for the first time on July 30 for a meeting.
Patty Sullivan and Jessye Gilley met for the first time as Pulaski County Election Board members on July 30. Sullivan and Gilley became the new election board members after Democratic Party Chairman Doug Denton announced on July 9 that Laura Bailey would no longer be representing the party on the...
Pulaski County Election Board president Jon Frain opened the meeting on March 15 wanting to clear up some misunderstandings.  Frain apologized for “being misunderstood twice in recent events.” He noted that during the commissioners’ meeting on March 5, it was implied that county information...
As the Pulaski County Election Board worked out the 2018 budget at a recent work session, they also took into consideration the increase in early voters and the possibility of a new early voting location.  Election board members Jon Frain, Laura Bailey and Christi Hoffa, who is also the Pulaski...
Election board debates how to address new election law
        Pulaski County Election Board members are debating the best way to keep the fall election from becoming a fiasco because of a new election law.  Indiana Senate Enrolled Act 61 that was signed by Governor Mike Pence in March, states that straight-ticket votes for at-large candidates will not...
A Pulaski County Election Board meeting was to the point as members discussed a handful of topics Monday afternoon. The first topic on the agenda was addressing a question brought to the board by Jerry Locke during the March 28 meeting. At the time, Locke asked whether campaign material can be worn...
Pulaski County Election Board members are preparing for the “what ifs,” if they should occur on the election days.  On Monday, the board spoke with Pulaski County Sheriff Jeff Richwine and Pulaski County EMA Director Sheri Gaillard regarding memorandums of understanding.  Election board president...

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Pulaski County Journal

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