Pulaski County Election Board

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Pulaski County EMA Director Richel Fox met with the Pulaski County Election Board on Monday, March 18 to discuss contingency plans for this year's election. Fox told the board that she does not have a plan specifically for Pulaski County yet, but she does have a draft document from Starke County...
Early voting will be held on April 27 and May 4 at the Francesville Fire Station.
The Pulaski County Election Board recently announced early voting dates, times and locations ahead of the May 7 primary election. At the Pulaski County Highway Garage, located at 1131 N. US 35 in Winamac, early voting will be from Tuesday, April 9 to Friday, May 3, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m....
The commissioners recently approved the election board’s request to use the Pulaski County Highway Garage as a early voting location for the primary and general elections.
In December, Pulaski County Clerk and Election Board Secretary JoLynn Behny stressed the importance of finding an early voting location that is ADA compliant as soon as possible. They have since settled on the Pulaski County Highway Garage to be the early voting location for this year's elections....
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In light of not being able to use the courthouse as an early voting location, county clerk and election board secretary JoLynn Behny asked the Pulaski County Election Board for location suggestions at a regular board meeting on Thursday, Dec. 7. She said that the current location of the clerk's...
The Pulaski County Election Board had a productive meeting on Tuesday, July 25, welcoming a new board member and discussing an alternate location for early voting in 2024 due to the impending courthouse project. Theresa Calloway was first welcomed as the new Republican member on the election board...
The Pulaski County Election Board approved a resolution which designates the county as a post-election audit county pursuant to Indiana State Code. The proposal was brought to the board by Pulaski County Clerk and Election Board Secretary JoLynn Behny at a public election board meeting on Oct. 25....
The Pulaski County Election Board has acquired three new rolling tote bags that will help tote essential election items around each polling place.
The Pulaski County Election Board reconvened for their first meeting of the year on Tuesday, Jan. 25 and discussed a number of items ahead of the impending 2022 election cycle. The first of the items was a proposal to change the location of early voting to the microfilm room in the Pulaski County...
Every decade after a census is taken, the Indiana General Assembly is legally required to redraw its districts for the U.S. House of Representatives, the Indiana House of Representatives and Indiana Senate. According to the new state representatives map, Tippecanoe, Harrison and Van Buren townships...
Pulaski County Election Board members closed out the election on Nov. 18 during an election board meeting.  Pulaski County voters turned out in record numbers or about 65% to cast their support which is more than double the amount of registered voters who participated in the primary election or...
The mass mailing included two applications for absentee ballots by mail.
Some Pulaski County residents are receiving absentee ballot applications that they didn’t ask for and it’s becoming a bit of a snafu for voters.  Pulaski County Clerk JoLynn Behny said it has been brought to the attention of the election board that a mass mailing has happened regarding absentee...

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