More early voting locations continue to open across Indiana as Election Day nears. Eligible Hoosier voters can vote early without filling out any extra paperwork. Early voting locations and hours vary by county. To check when your county has early voting, go to your voter portal at indianavoters.in.gov.
Take advantage of early voting to cast your ballot for amazing Democratic candidates across the state!
GOP Plan to Eliminate Income Tax Will Hurt Indiana
Indiana Republicans in the state legislature continue to tout plans to abruptly end the state income tax. Their rushed plan to end the tax, without any new sources of funding, may devastate Indiana’s economy. Experts believe that ending the income tax will hurt Indiana’s strong bond rating. Suzanne Crouch and Travis Holdman have been advocates for ending the tax without any proposals on how to make up the $8 billion dollars shortfall. The GOP’s plan is irresponsible.
Indiana Democrats will continue to fight for fiscally responsible policies that benefit Hoosier families, not the wealthy few. Democrats will protect Indiana’s bond rating and support tax policies that work for the middle and working class.
Each week, the State Party will highlight key policy from Democrats at the Statehouse or across the state. Democrats deliver a better future for Hoosier families, and we urge you to share this information with your networks.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett is an Indiana Democrat leading the way to create a better future for Hoosier families. Mayor Hogsett’s budget proposal passed unanimously last week and promises record investments in public safety, infrastructure, and a new office for equity and inclusion. The comprehensive plan will transform communities and make the city and state a better place to live for all Hoosiers. It includes record investment in public safety, violence prevention, neighborhood improvement, and more.
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Get Involved! Opportunities to Volunteer Near You!
Municipal campaign season is heating up, and campaigns around the state are needing help! Find an event near you and get involved to help elect more Democrats!
Upcoming Candidate Trainings
Monday, Oct. 23rd: 1 p.m. ET: Running an Effective Campaign Debrief: Join the National Democratic Training Committee for a free virtual training on how to run a debrief for Democratic campaigns. Learn how to evaluate campaign strategies in order to continue progress in the future. Register by clicking here!
Indiana Young Democrats Candidate Endorsements
The IYD is accepting candidate endorsement applications from those running for office this November. This is a great way to engage younger voters, and earn the support of the IYD. Apply today for your campaign!
Sign Up for Rust Belt Rising’s Fall Trainings
Rust Belt Rising provides free training and research on best connecting with voters in our region and winning seats. They have helped 101 campaigns win elected office. Join their network of more than a thousand Midwestern Democrats to benefit from virtual training sessions and individual messaging and strategy support. Apply to be a Fall 2023 Rust Belt Rising leader with their course Win in Your Community, which features weekly Zoom sessions to hear from elected leaders and strategists who’ve run some of the best recent campaigns in the region for approaches you can bring to your organizing. Register for FREE today!
Save The Date: Marion County Young Democrats Masquerade Ball – Oct. 21, 2023
INDems IN the News
- IndyStar: “First to Act”: The inside story of how Indiana essentially outlawed abortion.
- WISH TV: ‘It’s worse than everyone thought’: Indiana delegation splinters on Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan
- ABC 57: South Bend’s New Reparatory Justice Commission holds first meeting ever
- Current: Hamilton County to expand water and sewer to Baker’s Corner
- NBC Chicago: South Shore Line completes first phase of project to reduce travel times between NW Indiana and Chicago
- Indiana Capital Chronicle: Indiana National Guard, PRŪV strike 10-year deal for new Camp Atterbury Testing Ground
- Indiana Capital Chronicle: DNR celebrates 300 nature preserves, humble beginnings
- Fox 59: Biofuel blitz: Where Indiana’s corn and soybean crops go at the end of fall harvest
- Indiana Capital Chronicle: Biden administration to send $7 billion for clean hydrogen hubs in 16 states