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Indiana Bill to Eliminate Straight-Ticket Device

Indiana State Senator Mike Delph (R-Carmel) has introduced SB 35, to eliminate the straight-ticket device. He had introduced a similar bill in 2013, but it did not pass. Thanks to Craig Marolf for this news.

2 Responses

  1. Brad M

    Straight party ballot voting is the work of the devil and Indiana legislators must be Satan’s helpers.

    • I wouldn’t call it the work of the devil myself but I wouldn’t want there to be straight line voting. All that does is help foster 19th C ward style politics.

      I would rather have people who think about who they are voting for rather than simply pull a lever and select all representatives of a particular party.

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