Indiana Democratic Party 10-24-20 Weekly Radio Address

Indiana Democratic Party 10-24-20 Weekly Radio Address

Chairman John Zody and the Indiana Democratic Party 10-24-20 Weekly Radio Address:

And as far as WHO to vote for: the choices in this election are clear. Democrats are on the right side of healthcare, on equal rights, economic growth and education, while Republicans relentlessly try to take away care from Hoosiers, drop the ball on equal rights, stagger wage growth and send your public tax dollars to schools that lack accountability and transparency.

TRANSCRIPT:

This is Chairman John Zody, bringing you the weekly message for the Indiana Democratic Party. 

We’re 10 days away from the November 3 election, and early voting continues across the state – with today, Saturday, being a time when early voting is open in our counties. In addition, the deadline to request your absentee ballot passed on Thursday, and more than one million absentee ballots have been requested. That is staggering, and exponentially more than in previous election cycles. With so much information out there – one thing is clear: people are interested in voting in the 2020 general election.

If you have received your ballot that you requested, please get it completed as soon as possible, and think about mail delivery times in your area. If you are worried about getting your ballot mailed in time, please consider hand delivering it to your local election office by noon on November 3, election day.

If you’re still deciding how to vote, we encourage you to make a plan for how you are going to vote. If you’re going to vote early in person, think about wait times at your local election office and figure out what works best for your schedule. If you plan to wait to vote on Election Day, pick a time on your schedule that works best for you and your loved ones, and that fits with any work or school drop-off/pick-up schedules.

And as far as WHO to vote for: the choices in this election are clear. Democrats are on the right side of healthcare, on equal rights, economic growth and education, while Republicans relentlessly try to take away care from Hoosiers, drop the ball on equal rights, stagger wage growth and send your public tax dollars to schools that lack accountability and transparency.

Want to help make a difference? Volunteer for a candidate running for state office. Sign up at indems.org/join, and we’ll get you plugged in. Please follow the IDP on Facebook and Twitter. Simply search INDEMS – that’s I-N-D-E-M-S on Facebook and Twitter and follow us to get the latest news about our candidates and what we’re doing to hold our counterparts at the Statehouse and in Washington accountable. 

Thank you for listening.

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