Thousands of community activists and volunteers are needed to run a successful election in Indianapolis. Nearly 3,000 people are needed to work at the polls in addition to several hundred more who work behind the scenes.
As you can see, encouraging Marion County residents to play an active role in elections is critical to the health of our democracy. That's why the Marion County Election Board created the 'Friends of Democracy.'
Best of luck...and thanks for demonstrating that democracy is not a spectator sport!
Beth WhiteMarion County Clerk
Becoming a Friend of Democracy is easy. Simply fill out the online pledge card and work toward meeting your objectives. Materials like ready to run articles, sample email reminders and other online tools available below and on the main page of the Election Board's Web site to help you reach your goals. After the election, we'll follow up with you to see how you did on fulfilling your pledge. Questions? Contact us at (317) 327-VOTE or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Newsletter Articles (Microsoft Word documents)
(more online resources coming soon!)
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