No matter where you fall on the political spectrum it is of the utmost importance that you perform your civic duty and vote. For those in Indiana the chance to register to vote in the ever important primary election (to take place on May 8th, 2018) is fast approaching. If you want to register vote you only have until April 9th to do so, do not put this ever important task off: register to vote by going to the state government’s voter registration website to ensure you can make your voice heard.
If you are under 18 years of age currently but will turn 18 before the NOVEMBER election you are still allowed to register to vote in the primary. Many 17 year olds will shirk their responsibility to register because they think their nominal age in May rules them out, however you most definitely can still cast your vote if you will be turning 18 before the November midterms.
It truly goes without saying that voting is the backbone of our democracy yet every election millions of Americans sit out and do not cast their ballot. Luckily, there is still plenty of time to get educated on the candidates running for office in Indiana. However, the time to register to vote is running out very quickly. A duty of this importance should not be trusted to be done at the last minute, so do your civic job and get registered to vote before the April 9th deadline comes and goes.