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Last updated on Tuesday, August 4, 2009
(UNDATED) - Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita is accepting public comment on the most recent changes to the Indiana Help America Vote Act Plan.
Rokita says one of the proposals is to put a candidates' guide on the voter information web site.
He says it would be unbiased, sterile information on all of the people who are running for office.
The plan also allocates funds to complete the job of making online voter registration available.
Rokita says it's a good time to review the State's Vote Act Plan since there are no major elections until next year.
The state plan's budget this year is $8 million.
After the comment period closes on August 28th, the plan goes to the Federal Election Assistance Commission for approval.
You can review the plan at www.sos.in.gov
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