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Indiana Voter ID Law Emerges as a Significant Issue; Scattered Problems Reported Throughout Both Primary States

WASHINGTON, DC — As polls closed across both North Carolina and Indiana last night, the Election Protection Coalition reported receiving nearly 800 calls to the Voter Protection Hotline throughout the day. Election Protection and its diverse group of partners, which comprises the nation’s largest nonpartisan voter protection coalition, responded to voting problems through a comprehensive […]

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Purdue student ID cards to be accepted at specific sites for Tuesday’s Indiana primary

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University students enrolled in spring semester 2008 will be able to use their student identification cards to vote in Tuesday’s (May 6) Indiana primary, thanks to the university’s Registrar’s Office and the Tippecanoe County clerk. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday voted 6-3 to uphold Indiana’s law, one of the […]

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Purdue student ID cards to be accepted at specific sites for Tuesday’s Indiana primary

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University students enrolled in spring semester 2008 will be able to use their student identification cards to vote in Tuesday’s (May 6) Indiana primary, thanks to the university’s Registrar’s Office and the Tippecanoe County clerk. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday voted 6-3 to uphold Indiana’s law, one of the […]

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Indiana in Focus: Census Bureau Pre-Primary Snapshot

WASHINGTON, DC — With its primary on May 6, Indiana’s 2007 population of about 6.3 million includes a higher percentage of the non-Hispanic white-alone population and a lower percentage of Hispanics than the nation as a whole, according to U.S. Census Bureau statistics. About 59 percent of Indiana’s voting-age citizens cast a ballot in the […]

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