Previously, a voter was required to vote at the polling place within the precinct they resided. Now, a voter can choose to vote at any Vote Center that is convenient for them.
On Election Day, May 5, 2015, the polls open at 6:00 AM and close at 6:00 PM. If you need information about a voter’s registration, you can call the Voter’s Registration Office at (812) 435-5223. For other election questions, you can call the Election Office at (812) 435-5122.
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Evansville Needs Responsible Leadership
Evansville has the potential for a bright future. We must make decisions that are going to affect the city for decades. To move Evansville forward we need to grow responsibly and have transparent government. The city must move major projects forward, while living within our means. But most importantly, we need leadership that the city can count on. Our city deserves a mayor that listens to the people and works with the legislative branch.
Evansville Needs Transparent Government
There is a general distrust of local government in Evansville. We can change that! Mayor Winnecke demonstrated the secretiveness of local government during the State Board of Accounts audit. Evansville can’t have four more years of secret meetings. Our city needs a transparent budget process that includes input from the citizens.
Evansville Needs Leadership That Finishes Projects
Mayor Winnecke’s empty fields are all over the city. Project after project has fallen apart leaving the future of Evansville in question. Our city needs projects that focus on jobs. Evansville deserves a mayor that can work with people across the aisle to accomplish things that will move Evansville forward. Throughout Gail Riecken’s career she has demonstrated her ability to work with people in the other party. Reaching out to others and working with them is a quality that many know Gail by.