HAMILTON COUNTY — The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is investigating reports of voter interference at an early voting location in Carmel. “We take criminal allegations very seriously and I want to assure the public that this complaint will be reviewed with the utmost diligence in conjunction with the Hamilton County Elections Board,” Hamilton County Sheriff […]

INDIANAPOLIS — We’re just over a week from the deadline to register to vote — Tuesday, October 11. “It’s a hard deadline for Indiana. After that, that’s it,” said Dr. Chad Kinsella, a Political Science Professor at Ball State. Organizers say this year, they have seen a spike in new voter registration in the Hoosier […]

Hosted by Ebony Chappel and Cameron Ridle Beyond the offices of President and Governor, local school boards are a hotly contested race in the 2020 election. Cameron and Ebony talk with WFYI reporter Eric Weddle about the IPS School Board race and also catch up with Radio One Indy General Manager, Deon Levingston, to hear […]

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana has stayed its earlier decision to extend Indiana’s absentee voting deadline, again changing the deadline for when absentee ballots must be returned.

On Saturday, September 19, Indianapolis' Office of Public Health and Safety and Marion County Jail partnered to register qualified inmates in Marion County Jail I to vote in the upcoming November 2020 election. Carlette Duffy, the Director of Re-Entry for OPHS, helped lead the efforts.

One week from Indiana's primary Election Day and many Marion County voters have yet to receive their mail-in ballots, leaving voters to wonder if their ballot will arrive in the hands of election officials in time.

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana voters can now request an absentee ballot online for the state’s June primary election. Previously, voters could only request an absentee ballot by mail, email or fax, but Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson announced Tuesday that people can now go to the state’s elections webpage, according to a news release. Any registered […]


Mary-Pat Hector, a 19-year-old Spelman student, will become a part of history if she is elected to office in the state of Georgia.


Donald Trump wins, but we will never lose.

If you woke up feeling like America has failed our children by making Donald Trump president-elect, then this post is for you.

Donella Wilson, 107 years old, cast her first vote in the 1940s and has taken total advantage of that privilege ever since.


Several viewers took to social media to spew racist comments about her performance.