Voters may check their registration status as well as find the location of their polling place by visiting www.IndianaVoters.com. Registration forms and other valuable information are available on the Floyd County Clerk's web site www.floydcounty.in.gov/resident/voting.htm.
April 7th is also the first day to vote in person in the Floyd County Clerk's Office.
Monday through Friday, 8:00 - 4:00 pm
The Clerks Office will also be open for voting purposes on Saturday April 26th and May 3rd from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm.
New on the ballot this year are changes for Floyd Superior Court and Floyd County Court. Last year the legislature approved the following for Floyd County:
The current Floyd Superior Court will be known as Floyd Superior Court No.1
The current Floyd County Court will be known as Floyd Superior Court No. 2
A new Court is established which will be known as Floyd Superior Court No.3
Each Court will be listed on the ballot separately.
Linda S. Moeller
Floyd County Clerk
Freedom Of Speech Staff supports the following candidates:
President of the United States ~ Hillary Clinton
Governor ~ Mitchell Elias Daniels Jr.
United States Representative in Congress, 9th Congressional District ~ Baron Hill
State Representative District 70 ~ Paul J. Robertson
State Representative District 72 ~ Edward D. Clere
Judge of the Superior Court No. 1 ~ Susan L. Orth
Judge of the Superior Court No. 2 ~ Chris Lane
Judge of the Superior Court No. 3 ~ Maria Granger
County Recorder ~ Darlene McCoy
County Treasurer ~ Bette A Buechler
County Cornoner ~ Leslie E. Knable
County Commissioner District 2 ~ Charles "Chuck" Freiberger
County Commissioner District 3 ~ Dennis Roudenbush
County Council At-Large: Donnie Blevins, Jeff Fessel, Carol Shope
New Albany Floyd County School Board At-Large ~ Patricia Badger-Byrd
New Albany Floyd County School Board - District 3 ~ Neal Allen Smith
Congratulations, Rebecca Gardenour we appreciate your hard work and fairness on the Floyd County School Board!