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SAINT JOSEPH COUNTY

DRAFT VOTE CENTER PLAN


November 10, 2014

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_______________ __, 2014

Co-Directors
Indiana Election Division
302 West Washington Street
Room E-204
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Dear Co-Directors:
On behalf of the St. Joseph County Election Board, I submit the following St. Joseph County Vote
Center Plan.
St. Joseph County intends to continuously update this plan to incorporate improvements developed as
the result of our post-election reviews and, of course, to maintain compliance with current Indiana
legislation.
If you have questions regarding this Plan, please let me know by USPS mail to the above address, email
to TRETHLAKE@co.st-joseph.in.us, or a telephone call to (574) 235-9635.

Respectfully submitted,

Terri J. Rethlake
St. Joseph Clerk of the Circuit Court

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents
Introduction
What Is A Vote Center?
History Of Vote Centers In Indiana
Favorable Findings In Appraisals Of Vote Centers In Indiana
Election Board's Decision To Develop A Vote Center Plan For St. Joseph County
Vote Center Committee
How This Plan Was Developed
I.C. 3-11-18.1-4 Compliance
Summary of County Information
Clerk's Name and Contact Information
County Fiscal Bodys Contact Information
County Executive Bodys Contact Information
Date First Election Vote Centers will be used
Number of Voters
Number of Voter Centers to be Established
Election Day Vote Center Locations
Requirements
Locations Selected
Requirements Met By Election Day Vote Center Locations
Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations
Requirements
Locations Selected
Requirements Met By Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations
Days And Hours Of Operation
Possible Rotating Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations
Alternative Ways Of Voting
Vote Center Operations
List Of Precincts Whose Polls Will Be Located In Vote Center
Number And Type Of Ballot Variation Provided
Number And Title Of The Precinct Election Officers - -Election Day
Vote Centers
Number And Title Of The Precinct Election Officers - -Satellite Absentee
Voting Centers
Voting Technology
Planned Layout Of Vote Centers
Set-up Election Day Vote Centers
Processing Of Voters Election Day Vote Centers
Provisional Ballots Election Day Vote Centers
Providing Data Election Day Vote Centers
Close-Down Election Day Vote Centers
Set-up Satellite Absentee Voting Centers
Processing Of Voters Satellite Absentee Voting Centers
Providing Data Satellite Absentee Voting Centers
Close-Down Satellite Absentee Voting Centers

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TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONTINUED)


Security and Contingency Planning
I.C. 3-11-18.1-4 Requirements
Disruptive Events
Access to Electronic Poll List
Voter Education
Earned Media
Vote Center Website
Mobile Phone Apps
PowerPoint Slide Deck
Brochure
Public Forums
Civic Organization Meeting Presentations
Direct Mail
Advertising
Post-Election Review
Maps
Map 1: Locations Of Election Day Vote Centers
Map 2: Locations Of Election Day Vote Centers And Residences Of
Registered Voters
Map 3: Election Day Vote Center Locations And One-Mile Radius
Around Each Location
Map 4: Election Day Vote Center Locations And Two-Mile Radius
Around Each Location
Map 5: Election Day Vote Center Locations And Three-Mile
Radius Around Each Location
Map 6: Locations Of Satellite Absentee Voting Centers
Map 7: Locations Of Satellite Absentee Voting Centers And Residences Of
Registered Voters
Map 8: Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations And One-Mile Radius
Around Each Location
Map 9: Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations And Two-Mile Radius
Around Each Location
Map 10: Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations And Three-Mile Radius
Around Each Location
Appendices
Appendix A: List Of Present St. Joseph County Precincts
Appendix B: League Of Women Voters Of The South Bend Area Proposal
Appendix C: County Commissioners Resolution Approving Designation Of
St. Joseph County As A Vote Center County
Appendix D: County Council Resolution Approving Designation Of St. Joseph
County As A Vote Center County
Appendix E: County Election Board Resolution Unanimously Approving
The Order To Approve The County Vote Center Plan
Appendix F: County Election Board Resolution Approving Central Counting
Of Absentee Ballots

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INTRODUCTION
What Is A Vote Center?
A vote center is a polling place where any eligible voter in the county may vote. The Vote Center
Model is intended to give voters more flexibility on Election Day because they are not required to go
to a specific polling location. Vote centers are connected through secure Internet connections to
servers that maintain electronic poll books for all registered county voters. As voters cast their
ballots, the electronic poll book is instantaneously updated so that poll workers know if a
prospective voter has already cast a ballot at another location.
History Of Vote Centers In Indiana
The Vote Center Model was first used in Larimer County, Colorado in 2003. Larimer County set up
22 Vote Centers throughout the county instead of their 143 precincts and carefully educated the
public on the new election model. Voters were able to cast their correct ballots whether they voted
near their home, workplace, or any other location they found convenient. If voters moved recently
within the county, they could cast their correct ballot close to their new home without having to
drive across town to their old precinct polling place. A voter living on a far side of town no longer
had to rush home after work to get to his/her precinct polling place. There was no wrong place to
vote. Larimer County voters benefited by this flexibility and lauded the new model.
In 2005, Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita led a delegation of Indiana legislators and clerks to
Larimer County to observe the operation of vote centers in an actual election. All who attended
were favorably impressed with the Vote Center Model. In the 2006 session of the Indiana General
Assembly, House Bill 1011 authorized the Secretary of State to select up to three counties to run a
pilot Vote Center program in the 2007 Municipal and 2008 General Elections.
From 2007 to 2010, the Indiana Secretary of State's office ran the Vote Center Pilot Program, in
which Cass, Tippecanoe, and Wayne counties used the Vote Centers Model to test whether it would
be an effective option for election administration in Indiana. After three years and numerous
elections, the Pilot Program was judged to be a success. Hence, in 2011, the Indiana General
Assembly passed Senate Enrolled Act 32 and House Enrolled Act 1242 and the Governor signed
both pieces of legislation, making vote centers an option for any Indiana county.
At present, 18 Indiana counties have adopted the Vote Center Model: Bartholomew (effective
2015), Blackford, Carroll, Cass, Clay, Elkhart, Fayette, Floyd, Hancock, Johnson, Miami, Noble,
Switzerland, Tippecanoe, Vanderburgh, Vigo, Wabash, Wayne.
Favorable Findings In Appraisals Of Vote Centers In Indiana
Reports of studies performed by Ball State University's Bowen Center and The Indiana Fiscal Policy
Institute and a report by Indiana Secretary Of State Connie Lawson summarizing feedback she
gathered from meetings in 2013 with county clerks and other county officials of current vote center
counties produced findings that include:

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Vote Centers can improve voter convenience by:
permitting voters to vote at any of multiple vote center locations--near their home, near
their workplace, or any other location they find convenient--instead of a single precinct
polling place; and
reducing the time voters spend waiting to vote.
Vote Centers can produce significant financial savings by:
reducing the number of voting machines needed;
reducing the number of poll workers needed;
eliminating wasteful pre-printing of precinct-specific ballots, many of which often are
unused and thrown away; and
giving election administrators more flexibility because, with precincts, the number of
locations and the level of staffing are fixed and administrators can do little to reduce
cost per vote but, with vote centers, they can anticipate turnout and modify the number
of locations and the level of staffing accordingly.
Election Board's Decision To Develop A Vote Center Plan For St. Joseph County
In light of increasing interest in the Vote Center Model by other Indiana counties and the favorable
findings in appraisals of vote centers described above, the St. Joseph County Election Board
decided to develop a vote center plan and submit the plan with an application to the Indiana
Election Division requesting the county's switch to vote centers.
Vote Center Committee
The Election Board appointed a bipartisan Vote Center Committee to develop the vote center plan,
which is set forth in this document. The following people are members of the Vote Center
Committee and support personnel to the Committee:
Committee Members

Advisory/Support Personnel

Cynthia A. Bodle

Karl G. King

John Carlson, GIS Director

Jason A. Cichowicz

Emee G. Miller

Rita Glenn, Chief Deputy Clerk

Lynn C. Coleman

Joseph P. Power

Rick Moffett, Supervisor-Voting


Machine Technicians

Francisco C. Fotia

Terri J. Rethlake

Scott Senff, Low & Associates,


IT Supervisor

Joseph S. Grabill

Mary Beth Wisniewski

Ann Thornton, Administrative Assistant

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How This Plan Was Developed
The Vote Center Committee developed this plan by discussion and deliberation in many meetings,
work by subcommittees on particular subject matter between meetings, and research into the
experiences of vote center counties.
In all its work, the Committee rigorously followed two guiding principles:
1) Voter convenience is the foremost consideration; and
2) Reduction of the cost of elections should be achieved to the maximum extent consistent
with voter convenience and security of the election process and data.

I.C. 3-11-18.1-4 COMPLIANCE


The requirements for a vote center plan are defined in Indiana Code Section I.C. 3-11-18.1-4. Each
of these requirements and the page in this plan on which it is addressed are set out below.
IC 3-11-18.1-4 Vote Center Plan Requirement

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(1)

The total number of vote centers to be established

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(2)

The location of each vote center.

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The effective date of the order.

(4)

The following information according to the computerized list (as defined in


IC 3 7-26.3-2) as of the date of the order:

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

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Appendix D

(A) The total number of voters within the county.

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(B) The number of active voters within the county.

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(C) The number of inactive voters within the county.

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For each vote center designated under subdivision (2), a list of the precincts
whose polls will be located at the vote center consistent with section 13 of this
chapter for an election that is not being held in each precinct of the county.

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For each vote center designated under subdivision (2), the number of precinct
election boards that will be appointed to administer an election at the vote
center.

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For each precinct election board designated under subdivision (6), the number
and name of each precinct the precinct election board will administer
consistent with section 13 of this chapter for an election that is not being held
in each precinct of the county.

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For each vote center designated under subdivision (2), the number and title of
the precinct election officers who will be appointed to serve at the vote center.

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IC 3-11-18.1-4 Vote Center Plan Requirement
(9)

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For each vote center designated under subdivision (2):


(A) the number and type of ballot variations that will be provided at
the vote center; and

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(B) whether these ballots will be:


(i) delivered to the vote center before the opening of the polls; or

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(ii) printed on demand for a voter's use.

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(10) A detailed description of any hardware, firmware, or software used:


(A) to create an electronic poll list for each precinct whose polls are to be
located at a vote center; or

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(B) to establish a secure electronic connection between the county election


board and the precinct election officials administering a vote center.

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(11) A description of the equipment and procedures to be used to ensure that


information concerning a voter entered into any electronic poll list used by
precinct election officers at a vote center is immediately accessible to:
(A) the county election board; and

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(B) the electronic poll lists used by precinct election officers at all other vote
centers in the county.

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(12) For each precinct designated under subdivision (5), the number of electronic
poll lists to be provided for the precinct.

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(13) The security and contingency plans to be implemented by the county to do all of
the following:
(A) Prevent a disruption of the vote center process.

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(B) Ensure that the election is properly conducted if a disruption occurs.

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(C) Prevent access to an electronic poll list without the coordinated action of
two (2) precinct election officers who are not members of the same political
party.

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(14) A certification that the vote center complies with the accessibility requirements
applicable to polling places under IC 3-11-8.

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(15) A sketch depicting the planned layout of the vote center, indicating the location
of:
(A) equipment; and

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(B) precinct election officers;

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within the vote center.

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IC 3-11-18.1-4 Vote Center Plan Requirement
(16) The total number and locations of satellite offices to be established under IC 311-10-26.3 at vote center locations designated under subdivision (2) to allow
voters to cast absentee ballots in accordance with IC 3-11. However, a plan
must provide for at least one (1) vote center to be established as a satellite
office under IC 3-11-10-26.3 on the two (2) Saturdays immediately preceding
an election day.

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(17) The method and timing of providing voter data to persons who are entitled to
receive the data under this title. Data shall be provided to all persons entitled to
the data without unreasonable delay.

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(18) That the county election board shall adopt a resolution under IC 3-11.5-5-1 or IC
3-11.5-6-1 to make the central counting of absentee ballots applicable to the
county (if the board has not already done so).

Appendix F

SUMMARY OF COUNTY INFORMATION


Clerk's Name and Contact Information
Ms. Terri J. Rethlake
St. Joseph Clerk of the Circuit Court
St. Joseph County Courthouse
101 S. Main St
South Bend, IN 46601
Phone: (574) 235-9635
Email: TRETHLAKE@co.st-joseph.in.us
County Fiscal Bodys Contact Information
County Council of St. Joseph County
County-City Building, Room 411
227 W. Jefferson Blvd
South Bend, IN 46601
Phone: (574) 235 9658
Email: cocouncil@co.st-joseph.in.us
County Executive Bodys Contact Information
St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners
County-City Building 7th Floor
227 W. Jefferson Blvd
South Bend, IN 46601
Phone: (574) 235-9534
Email: sjccom@co.st-joseph.in.us

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Date First Election Vote Centers will be used
The first election for which Vote Centers will be used in St. Joseph County is May 5, 2015.
Number of Voters
Voter information according to the "Computerized List" (as defined in IC 3-7-26.3-2) as of the
effective date of the order establishing St. Joseph County as a vote center county (Appendix C) is as
follows:
Number of Active Voters
Number of Inactive Voters
Total Number of Registered Voters

162,518
39,507
202,025

Number of Voter Centers to be Established


Number of Election Day Vote Centers to be established

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Number of vote centers to be established at satellite


offices to allow voters to cast absentee ballots
(referred to herein as "Satellite Absentee Voting Centers"):
Satellite Absentee Voting Centers at fixed locations
Satellite Absentee Voting Centers at rotating locations

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ELECTION DAY VOTE CENTER LOCATIONS


Requirements
Indiana law requires a vote center for every 10,000 active voters. However, many vote center clerks
indicated they determined their number of vote centers based on convenience of the locations to
the voting public. However, the Vote Center Committee determined the number and locations of
St. Joseph County's Election Day vote centers should be based on convenience to the voting public.
The Committee selected locations that:
are well known or readily recognizable locations;
are on main arterial roads or streets;
are either on or close to public transportation ("Transpo") routes, in areas of the County
where Transpo operates; and
result in most of the County's registered voters residing within a three-mile radius of a vote
center;

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In addition, the Committee required that every location have the following attributes:
is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act and accessibility requirements under
IC 3-11-8;
has an adequate Internet connection and Wi-Fi for use with the ePollbook;
has a space large enough to hold voting equipment, poll workers, and voters; and
has adequate parking and accessibility for disabled voters available for the amount of voter
traffic expected at the location.
Of course, it is also necessary that the owner of the location is willing to host a vote center.
Locations Selected
Applying the criteria set out above, the Committee selected 37 locations to be Election Day Vote
Centers. These locations are listed in Table 1. For municipal elections, only the locations within the
boundaries of municipalities holding elections will be operational. For county-wide elections, all
locations will be operational. (Note: * at the end of a location name indicates the Committee
believes the location owner is likely to be willing to be a vote center, but the owner has not yet
definitely confirmed willingness.)
The 37 locations selected to be Election Day Vote Centers are graphically depicted in Figure 1 and
Maps 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5:
Map 1 depicts the locations of the Election Day Vote Centers
Map 2 depicts the locations of the Election Day Vote Centers and the residences of
registered voters.
Map 3 depicts the Election Day Vote Center locations and a one-mile radius around each
location.
Map 4 depicts the Election Day Vote Center locations and a two-mile radius around each
location.
Map 5 depicts the Election Day Vote Center locations and a three-mile radius around each
location.
Requirements Met By Election Day Vote Center Locations
Table 1 and Maps 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 illustrate that:
all Election Day Vote Center locations are well known or readily recognizable;
all Election Day Vote Center locations are on main arterial roads or streets;
all Election Day Vote Center locations are either on or close to public transportation
("Transpo") routes, in areas of the County where Transpo operates; and
most of the registered voters in the County reside within a three-mile radius of an Election
Day Vote Center.

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Table 1: Election Day Vote Center Locations
Map
No.
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Name

Address

American Legion Post 189


American Legion Pulaski Post 357*
Calvary Chapel
Century Center Concession Room
Charles Black Center
Christ the King Lutheran Church
First Baptist Church
German Township Library
Goodwill Career Center
Gospel Center Missionary Church
Grace United Methodist Church

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Granger Missionary Church


Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Ch

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ICE Athletic Center


JACC or Eck Center
Kroc Center
LaSalle Landing Community Bldg
Logan Center*
Martin Luther King Center
Mishawaka FOP Lodge #91
Mishawaka Penn-Harris Public Lib
Newton Center
North Liberty Community Bldg
Olive Township Library
Osceola United Methodist Church
SB Firefighters Hall
SB First Church of the Nazarene
South Bend Christian Reformed Ch
South Bend Elks Club
Southgate Church*
Sprenger Health Care
St. Peter United Church of Christ
St. Bavo's Catholic Church
St. Mark's Missionary Church
St. Paul Lutheran Church
The Ice Box
Warren Twp Fire Department

302 Kentucky St, Walkerton


5414 W Sample St, South Bend
53494 Fir Rd, Granger
120 S St. Joseph St, South Bend
3419 W Washington St, South Bend
17195 Cleveland Rd, South Bend
724 N Main St, Mishawaka
21457 Cleveland Rd, South Bend
3410 Grape Rd, Mishawaka
930 S 30th St, South Bend
3012 S Twyckenham Dr, South
Bend
50841 Birch Rd, Granger
51900 N Mayflower Rd, South
Bend
1526 Deer Run Dr, Mishawaka
Notre Dame
900 W Western Ave, South Bend
1831 N Fremont St, South Bend
2505 E Jefferson Blvd, South Bend
1522 W Linden Ave, South Bend
1825 E 12th St, Mishawaka
51446 Elm Rd, Granger
601 N Michigan St, Lakeville
203 S Maple St, North Liberty
420 S Bray St, New Carlisle
431 N Beech Rd, Osceola
4025 W Lincolnway, South Bend
51690 N Ironwood Dr, South Bend
1855 N Hickory Rd, South Bend
3535 E McKinley Ave, South Bend
3717 S Michigan St, South Bend
60257 Bodnar Blvd, Mishawaka
915 N Ironwood Dr, South Bend
511 W 7TH St, Mishawaka
55240 Bittersweet Rd, Mishawaka
51490 Laurel Rd, South Bend
1421 S Walnut St, South Bend
5483 Quince Rd, South Bend

Voters Residing Within:


1 Mile
2 Miles 3 Miles
1,475
1,825
2,033
3,448
9,444 20,180
2,912 11,353 31,891
7,637 30,634 59,107
6,672 21,014 34,634
4,781 19,195 38,474
9,588 28,944 54,160
3,903 11,794 26,889
6,811 24,481 50,560
9,988 35,284 62,641
9,351 24,140 49,098
2,513
644

6,235
3,318

8,759
9,343

2,713
3,886
6,215
6,899
10,233
9,359
4,524
4,210
681
1,226
1,390
3,194
2,572
5,034
5,920
9,408
3,694
421
8,066
8,698
1,980
2,401
4,755
1,044

17,708
23,733
29,763
19,012
34,542
27,819
17,607
10,777
1,536
1,642
1,924
9,228
17,082
16,350
22,123
32,404
19,785
3,843
28,343
27,753
8,503
9,631
19,829
2,395

40,494
57,001
52,985
36,441
62,800
46,617
29,567
17,959
2,286
2,165
2,263
14,642
31,680
29,168
49,846
56,835
38,632
10,330
60,705
54,980
16,350
20,559
47,123
5,681

SATELLITE ABSENTEE VOTING CENTER


LOCATIONS
Requirements
Indiana law requires that a Vote Center location be open on the two Saturdays before an election
for in-person absentee voting. However, the Committee decided that voter convenience would be
improved by operating Satellite Absentee Voting Centers at more locations and for more days. Our
reasoning is that Satellite Absentee Voting Centers at more locations and for more days might lead
voters to add voting to their lists of daily errands. For example, a voter might decide to vote while
he/she is on the way to a store or at a library to check out a book.
The Committee selected locations that:
are well known or readily recognizable locations;
are on main arterial roads or streets;
are either on or close to public transportation ("Transpo") routes, in areas of the County
where Transpo operates; and
result in most of the County's registered voters residing within a three-mile radius of a
Satellite Absentee Voting Center;
In addition, the Committee required that every location have the following attributes:
is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act and accessibility requirements under IC
3-11-8;
has an adequate Internet connection and Wi-Fi for use with the ePollbook;
has a space large enough to hold voting equipment, poll workers, and voters; and
has adequate parking and accessibility for disabled voters available for the amount of voter
traffic expected at the location.
Of course, it is also necessary that the owner of the location is willing to host a Satellite Absentee
Voting Center.
Locations Selected
Applying the criteria set out above, the Committee selected 18 locations to be Satellite Absentee
Voting Centers. These locations are listed in Table 2. For municipal elections, only the locations
within the boundaries of municipalities holding elections will be operational. For county-wide
elections, all locations will be operational. (Note: * at the end of a location name indicates the
Committee believes the location owner is likely to be willing to be a Satellite Absentee Voting
Center, but the owner has not yet definitely confirmed willingness.)
The 18 locations selected to be Satellite Absentee Voting Centers are graphically depicted in Maps
6, 7, 8, 9 and 10:

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Map 6 depicts the locations of the Satellite Absentee Voting Centers.
Map 7 depicts the Satellite Absentee Voting Center locations and the residences of
registered voters.
Map 8 depicts the Satellite Absentee Voting Center locations a one-mile radius around each
location.
Map 9 depicts the Satellite Absentee Voting Center locations and a two-mile radius around
each location.
Map 10 depicts the Satellite Absentee Voting Center locations and a three-mile radius
around each location.
Table 2: Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations
Map
No.

Name

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3
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6
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8

Charles Martin Youth Center


County City Building
County Services Building
Goodwill Industries of Michiana(1)
Kroc Center South Bend
SJCPL Centre Twp Branch
SJCPL Francis Branch
SJCPL German Twp Branch

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SJCPL Lakeville Branch


SJCPL LaSalle Branch
SJCPL North Liberty Branch
SJCPL Tutt Branch
SJCPL Western Branch
Mishawaka FOP Lodge #91
Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Bittersweet
Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Harris
New Carlisle Olive Twp Library
Transpo Transfer Center*

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Address
802 Lincolnway West, South Bend
227 W Jefferson Blvd, South Bend
219 Lincolnway West , Mishawaka
1805 W Western Ave, South Bend
900 W Western Ave, South Bend
1150 E Kern Rd, South Bend
52655 Ironwood Rd, South Bend
52807 Lynnewood Ave, South
Bend
120 N Michigan St, Lakeville
3232 W Ardmore , South Bend
105 E Market St, North Liberty
2223 Miami Rd, South Bend
611S Lombardy Dr, South Bend
1825 E 12th St, Mishawaka
602 Bittersweet Rd, Mishawaka

Voters Residing Within:


1 Mile
2 Miles 3 Miles
9,717 29,488 55,165
7,487 31,893 60,882
10,958 29,769 57,016
6,985 27,817 48,153
6,799 31,548 55,830
5,066 10,529 20,409
7,012 16,699 35,828
4,219
724
5,767
1,165
9,988
6,019
7,952

12,401
1,576
23,932
1,791
28,467
14,069
24,563

28,323
2,223
37,418
2,225
58,425
28,481
47,298

3,589

11,523

21,282

4,372
1,364
6,251

11,096
1,929
32,527

18,629
2,269
61,375

51446 Elm Rd, Granger


408S Bray St, New Carlisle
100 W South St, South Bend

(1) Beginning with 2016 elections

Requirements Met By Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations


Table 2, and Maps 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 illustrate that:
all locations are well known or readily recognizable;
all locations are on main arterial roads or streets;

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all locations are either on or close to public transportation ("Transpo") routes, in areas of the
County where Transpo operates;
most of the registered voters in the County reside within a three-mile radius of a Satellite
Absentee Voting Center.
Days And Hours Of Operation
The number of days before the election the Satellite Absentee Voting Centers will commence
operations and their hours of operation will be as shown in Table 3.
Table 3: Satellite Absentee Voting Center Days and Hours of Operation
Map
No.

Name

Days
Before
Election
14
28
28
14
14
8
8

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2
3
4
5
6
7
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Charles Martin Youth Center


County City Building
County Services Building
Goodwill Industries of Michiana(1)
Kroc Center South Bend
SJCPL Centre TWP Branch
SJCPL Francis Branch
SJCPL German TWP Branch

SJCPL Lakeville Branch

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SJCPL LaSalle Branch

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SJCPL North Liberty Branch

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SJCPL Tutt Branch

13

SJCPL Western Branch

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Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Bittersweet

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New Carlisle Olive Township Library

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Transpo Transfer Center*

TBD

(1) Beginning with 2016 elections

Hours of Operation
Mon Sat: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Mon Sat: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Mon Sat: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Mon Sat: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Mon Sat: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tue, Thu: 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat; 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tue, Thu; 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Mon, Wed., Fri, Sat: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tue, Thu: 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat; 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tue, Thu: 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat; 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tue, Thu: 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tue, Thu: 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Mon Sat: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Mon, Tue, Thu: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Wed, Fri: 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
Sat: 11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Mon Thu: 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.
Fri: 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
Sat: 11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Mon Thu: 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.
Fri, Sat: 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Possible Rotating Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations
The Vote Center Committee also considered using rotating Satellite Absentee Voting Centers; that
is, Satellite Absentee Voting Centers that would be in a given location for only one to three days and
then move to another location. The purpose would be to provide a Satellite Absentee Voting Center
in locations not adequately served by the Satellite Absentee Voting Center locations listed in
Table 2. The Committee did not identify any such locations in the course of developing this plan.
Nevertheless, the Committee recommends keeping the idea of rotating Satellite Absentee Voting
Centers in mind in case a future post-election evaluation indicates a need for them.

ALTERNATIVE WAYS OF VOTING


In selecting the locations of Election Day Vote Centers and Satellite Absentee Voting Centers, the
Vote Center Committee endeavored to establish the most convenient locations in our county for all
voters. The Committee recognizes, nevertheless, that some voters for reasons such as physical
infirmity or lack of transportation might have difficulty going to any of these locations. This, of
course, is also the case with the present precinct polling place system.
With the present precinct polling place system, the needs of voters who have difficulty going to their
polling place are met by alternative ways of votingMail-in Absentee Ballots and Traveling Boards.
When St. Joseph County becomes a vote center county, these present alternative ways of voting will
be continued. Voters can obtain these services by calling the County Clerk's Office (574) 235-9635.

VOTE CENTER OPERATIONS


List Of Precincts Whose Polls Will Be Located In Vote Center
All present St. Joseph County Precinct polls will be located in every Vote Center. A list of all present
St. Joseph County Precincts is in Appendix A.
Number And Type Of Ballot Variation Provided
Ballots will be printed on demand and will consist of all ballot types for each precinct.
Number And Title Of The Precinct Election Officers - -Election Day Vote Centers
The Election Officers staffing each Election Day Vote Center will be as set forth below.

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Title

Number*

Inspectors

Democrat Judges

Republican Judges

Democrat Clerks

Republican Clerks

*These numbers are based on the use of three ePollbooks at each vote center.

Number And Title Of The Precinct Election Officers - -Satellite Absentee Voting Centers
The Election Officers staffing each Satellite Absentee Voting Center will be as set forth below.
Number*

Title
Supervisor

Democrat Clerk

Republican Clerk

*These numbers are based on the use of two ePollbooks at each Satellite Absentee Voting Center.

Voting Technology
St Joseph County needs to purchase new voting equipment in order to operate vote centers. First,
the County does not have the ePollbook equipment required for vote center operations. Second, the
County's current voting equipment, ES&S M-100 scanner and Automarks, as presently configured
will not work for vote centers because this equipment can store the data for only 10 precincts.
Upgraded ES&S M-100 scanner and Automarks or new voting equipment replacing the ES&S M100 scanner and Automarks will be able to be programmed with every precinct ballot in the County.
In this section, the Vote Center Committee describes the voting technology it believes satisfies the
legal requirements of IC 3-11-18.1-4 and provides the functional capabilities the Committee has
determined are required for effective and secure operation of vote centers. The information about
this voting technology is derived from proposals received in response to a Request For Proposals
issued by the Board of Commissioners of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
The Vote Center Committee, with the assistance of St. Joseph County staff, evaluated the proposals
according to the evaluation criteria set forth by the Board of Commissioners in its Request For
Proposals as follows:
"The award of the Contract by the County is not based on competitive bidding, but on the
firms professional qualifications, experience and expertise of key personnel to be assigned
to the project with consideration also given to:
Past experience on similar projects;
Familiarity with voting procedures and deadlines;

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Personnel available for the project;


Special or unique expertise; or cost effective measures and considerations
including using current County equipment;
Ability to complete the work in the time required by statutes and notification to
the Clerk or Election Board as soon as it is determined there will be a delay and
explain why;
The firms proximity to the project;
Extent of work which must be subcontracted by the firm and their proposed
method of accomplishing the project objectives;
The firms availability to use existing County equipment and property and any new
equipments ability to interface therewith; and
Certifications necessary to perform the required work."

Based on this evaluation and consideration of how the hardware, firmware, software, and services
proposed would satisfy the legal requirements and functional capabilities requirements necessary
to operate vote centers in the manner described in this plan, the Vote Center Committee
recommends that St. Joseph County use the ePollbook hardware, firmware, software, and services
proposed by Robis Elections, Inc. ("Robis") and the ballot processing and tabulating hardware,
firmware, software, and services proposed by Election Systems & Software ("ES&S"). (Note: ES&S
also proposed ePollbook hardware, firmware, software, and services, but the Vote Center
Committee does not recommend use of the ES&S ePollbook because it believes the Robis
ePollbook will better satisfy St. Joseph County's functional capabilities requirements.)
However, the Vote Center Committee is acting only in an advisory capacity to the St. Joseph County
Election Board and Board of Commissioners. The content of this section is a recommendation by
the Vote Center Committee, but it is not to be construed as acceptance or rejection of any proposal.
Acceptance or rejection of proposals submitted in response to the Request For Proposals will be
only by official action of the Board of Commissioners of St. Joseph County.
In the remainder of this section the legal requirements and functional capabilities requirements are
set out in plain text and the description of how the recommended hardware, firmware, software,
and services satisfy each requirement is set out italicized text beneath the requirement.
Legal Requirements
IC 3-11-18.1-4 requires that a Vote Center Plan include "A detailed description of any hardware,
firmware, or software used:
(A) to create an electronic poll list for each precinct whose polls are to be located at a vote
center; or
The Robis AskED ePollbook stores the complete County database on the device. The
software is also stored on the device, so no connection is required for the ePollbook to
operate. While vote centers do need a connection to keep the central server and all
ePollbooks up-to-date, in the event of disrupted connectivity, the AskED ePollbook will
continue to function so that the election is not affected. Once the connection stabilizes,
the AskED ePollbook will automatically download and upload any changes. Voting
continues regardless of that connection failure. Note that the elections office is
immediately alerted to the fact that the connection has gone down so that steps can be
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(B) to establish a secure electronic connection between the county election board and the
precinct election officials administering a vote center."
The AskED ePollbook is securely connected to a central server via a WAN connection
(such as an existing Internet connection, Verizon cards, etc.). SSL encryption is used to
ensure that no devices may intercept this communication. A virtual private network ("VPN")
might be used for added security. Each AskED ePollbook contains all voter information
and as voters are checked-in, that history is uploaded to the central server. In addition, all
voter history from the central server is downloaded to each pollbook. In this way, every
pollbook in the county knows who has checked-in to every other pollbook, so voters
cannot vote at one vote center and then try to vote at another vote center. This also
provides backup of data because all voter history is stored in multiple locations on each
laptop in addition to being on the central server. This central server would be located in a
secure datacenter or equivalent in a zone protected by firewall/IDP, etc. Access from an
office to that central server would likely be by SSL (usually IP limited), or VPN. Connections
from outside would likely be VPN.
Functional Capabilities Requirements - ePollbook
Provide a method to authenticate voters and capture their voting history, thereby eliminating the
need to pre-print books of applications for ballot
The Robis AskED ePollbook authenticates voters and captures their voting history in seconds.
Once the voter has been qualified, the system displays the correct ballot style for the voter. All
voter history is captured electronically for easy import into the voter registration system. After
the election, updating is simplified since all voter history data is already consolidated in one
place. There will be no need to wait for updates from each ePollbook as they are returned.
Provide a method to ensure that the list of authenticated voters available to the election judges
is complete and reflects all people who have voted early or absentee
When checking in the voter, the AskED ePollbook uses a decision support system to correctly
authenticate the voter regardless of their special circumstances such as having moved, being
an absentee voter, being an early voter, having registered by mail, etc.
Prevent duplicate voting
If a voter votes early, requests an absentee ballot or returns their absentee ballot, that
information is downloaded to the ePollbook using the ePollbooks WAN connection. If a voter
arrives at the polling place and attempts to vote, the AskED voter eligibility logic will guide the
poll worker to handle the voter correctly.
Provide a method to identify and track voters who have voted provisionally
The identification of provisional voters is part of the AskED election decision logic. The voter
eligibility logic will guide the poll worker as to when to provide a provisional ballot or not. When
it leads to a provisional ballot, the system tracks that voter as provisional and assigns a unique
provisional ID, which can optionally be recorded on the provisional envelope.
Provide a method to easily answer any question or help with any problem the poll worker may
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The AskED ePollbook includes a complete searchable Help system that contains the entire poll
worker training manual (no need to print manuals anymore) as well as how to close the polls,
and how to handle problems that come up during the day (such as equipment malfunctions and
error messages).
Guide the poll worker to the correct voter eligibility for each voters circumstances
AskEDs decision support system uses straight-forward yes/no questions to guide poll workers
to the correct action for each voter regardless of the voters circumstances: Did they already
vote? Did they request an absentee ballot? Did they change their name? Did they move? Are
they a military voter? Did they register by mail? Robis will work with St. Joseph County's staff to
customize this election logic to handle every situation that a poll worker might encounter. This
voter eligibility logic ensures that the poll worker will provide the voter the correct ballot style,
have them fill out the correct paperwork and have an explanation of the correct procedures to
follow right at the point this information is needed.
Provide a method for a reporting system that can generate all required reports according to
state, county, and party guidelines
A list of the default reports available is set out below. Robis also proposes to provide custom
reports of any type that might be requested by St. Joseph County's staff.
Absentee and On-Demand
Ballot Reports
Voter History Problems
Pollbooks Report
Voter Register
Voter Roster
Voter Turnout
Votes by Ballotstyle
Voters by Location
Reconciliation Report
Qualify Provisionals
Ballot types Summary
Provide a method to ensure consistency and accuracy across all polling locations
All paths of decision support logic are customizable prior to any election. This streamlines data
collection, ensures information accuracy and saves time by guiding pollworkers to always
handle each voter correctly. When there is a change to election process, the AskED ePollbook
can be easily configured to take the change into account. This ensures consistency and
accuracy across all polling locations.
Provide a method to authenticate the voter regardless of special circumstances such as having
moved, being an absentee voter, being an early voter, having registered by mail, etc.
Robis's patent-pending decision support system uses straight-forward yes/no questions to
guide poll workers to the correct action for each voter regardless of the voters circumstances:
Robis handles the following situations: Did they already vote? Did they request an absentee
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by mail? By ascertaining the facts of each voter's situation the correct authentication
procedures can be implemented.
Provide a method for capturing and storing all voter data and provisional voter data so their
addresses are authenticated for ballot purposes
The voter eligibility logic will guide the pollworker as to whether to provide a provisional ballot or
not. When it leads to a provisional ballot, the system tracks that voter as provisional and
assigns a unique provisional ID, which can optionally be recorded on the provisional envelope.
The logic also provides instructions to the pollworker on how to fill out the provisional envelope
for that particular voters circumstances and reminds them not to put the provisional ballots in
the tabulator.
Readily customizable to support future changes in the law and St. Joseph Countys
requirements
The AskED ePollbook has the flexibility to accommodate St. Joseph Countys requirements with
customizable settings and functionality, and an expandable hardware architecture. The Robis
Election Decision Support system is personalized based on changing specific laws and
procedures. Robis proposes to work with St. Joseph County's staff to customize this election
logic to handle any situation that a pollworker might encounter.
Operate from non-proprietary hardware
The AskED ePollbook is a commercial software product that runs on off-the-shelf WINDOWS
laptops and tablets.
Expandable with multiple USB ports
The AskED ePollbook includes a standard USB port. Multiple USB ports are made available via a
docking station or USB port replicator. Built-in security features prevent unrecognized USB
devices from operating.
Customizable to fit specific Clerk needs
When St. Joseph County has a change to its election process, the AskED ePollbook can be
easily configured to take the change into account. This ensures consistency and accuracy
across all polling locations.
Work with off the shelf peripherals such as barcode scanners, signature pads and printers
The AskED ePollbook software runs on off-the-shelf Windows laptops and tablets with standard
peripherals. Peripherals such as printers, signature pads and barcode scanners are also offthe-shelf equipment, which means that all related supplies will be available to St. Joseph
County through standard commercial suppliers. Therefore, no supplies need to be purchased
directly from Robis.
Ability to support live connections from the sites without additional software purchase
The AskED ePollbook is securely connected to a central server via a WAN connection (such as
an existing Internet connection, Verizon cards, etc.). SSL encryption is used to ensure that no
devices may intercept this communication. St. Joseph County will consider possible use of a
virtual private network (VPN) for added security.
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Each AskED ePollbook device contains the necessary information on all voters in the County so
that a loss of connectivity at the poll site will not disrupt voter check-in. Instead all uploads and
downloads occur in the background. If connectivity is lost, the central server will alert County
officials, but voting will continue. When connectivity is restored, all queued information will be
transferred automatically.
Contingency plan in place by vendor in the event equipment fails
Robis's contingency plan is that should there be a failure during voting of any of the Robis
components, such failures would be handled as set out below.
1) Hardware component failure:
a. Scanner: If a barcode scanner fails during voting, voting can continue by manually
entering information until another scanner can be brought to replace the failed
unit. Scanners are not particular to a unit and so can be swapped out easily. Robis
asserts it has never had a pollbook barcode scanner fail.
b. Signature Pad: If a signature pad fails during voting, St. Joseph County will have
two choices. (i) If there are multiple pollbooks in use at the location, Robis suggests
taking the failed one out of service while a troubleshooter brings a replacement
signature pad. Signature pads are not particular to a unit and so can be swapped
out easily. Robis asserts it has never had a signature pad fail. (ii) If taking the unit
out of service would cause a problem for the election, then Robis suggests that St.
Joseph County have emergency procedures to capture signatures on a piece of
paper until the signature pad can be replaced.
c. Label Printer: The Label Printer will used only to print labels for absentee envelopes.
Should this component fail, Robis suggests using another AskED e-Pollbook until
the label printer can be replaced. Label printers are matched to the particular unit
and would have to be reinstalled to pair it to the unit by a troubleshooter instead of
a pollworker.
2) Printer Failure.
If the printer fails during voting, it will have to be replaced with a spare/backup printer.
The printer can be swapped out without any configuration changes. Robis recommends
that there should always be more than one printer at a site so that such a failure does
not stop voting. If St. Joseph County decides to operate sites where only one printer is
available, it will have a small supply of emergency ballots available so that voting can
continue while a replacement printer is brought in by a troubleshooter.
3) Network Failure
a. Local Area Network: Where a local area network is being used within a polling
place to keep thelaptops in sync, failure of the router or cables that causes the
laptops to no longer be able to communicate should not affect the voting process.
It simply would mean that the laptops do not all have the same voter history until
the hardware problem can be rectified. Since the laptops will be in the same room,
the Vote Center Committee believes there is not much danger of someone trying to
double-vote on one laptop and then on another one. Such a failure could be left
until after the election. If the problem is resolved on Election Day by replacing the
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(Note: if the local area network goes down in such a way as to disable connection
to the printer, then ballot printing would not be able to continue. Such a failure
would have to be remedied in order for voting to continue. See "Printer Failure"
above.)
b. WAN/Cellular Network: In the event the WAN network used to connect vote centers
to the central server fails, voting will not stop. Each pollbook will contain all the
information for the County, so the vote center will be able to continue to service
voters. The only effect would be that the syncing of voter history between that site
and the central server cannot take place while the connection is down. The only
risk would be that a voter could vote in one location and then rush to another
location and vote again before the connection is re-established. However, once the
connection is restored, such a double-vote would immediately be flaggedin the
central server and election officials would be notified. Regarding solving the
problem, if it is aproblem with a carrier, such as Verizon, there may be little that St.
Joseph County could do to solve the problem other than calling the carrier and
complaining. If it is a failure of a connection component, such as a wireless card,
then that card could be swapped out for another one or the entire laptop could be
swapped out. If the failure is due to a poor or intermittent cellular signal, then
Robis suggests moving the laptop within the vote center location to find a more
suitable spot if possible. Sometimes this might mean moving from a basement
location up to a first floor. However, well before operation of the vote centers
begins, St. Joseph County's staff will survey each site be for any connection
problems. Robis has proposed to assist the County with this process if needed.
Furthermore, the configuration Robis proposes includes a router that has network
fail-over capability.
Adequate security to satisfy state and county requirements
The AskED ePollbook uses: AES Encryption, Operation Logs, Authentication, Security Updates,
and Windows 8 security updates. In addition, the AskED ePollbooks can utilize these
technologies:
1) SSL Security- At minimum, all traffic between the AskED ePollbooks and the AskED
server is SSL encrypted
2) Software VPN - VPN to ensure that only authorized computers can access the server.
Removable storage card for redundant data backup
The ability to provide redundant election data backup can be provided by a removable storage
card. Data is also backed up on the other pollbooks in a vote center through peer to peer
connection, as well as on the central server in a connected environment.
Provide a method for voter to access and vote using the proper ballot
The AskED ePollbook will print pre-approved, formatted ballots on-demand via locked PDF files
as provided by St. Joseph County. This means that the AskED ePollbook will be able to print all
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Voting (Using Paper Ballot) Requirements
ePollbook must provide a method for bringing up the proper ballot on the devices
The ES&S Balotar ballot-on-demand (BOD) printer is an integrated, portable, highly secure
printing system specifically designed to automate generating ballots, on request, for
governmental elections.
Ballot must be able to be properly tabulated by Tabulator.
Ballots printed via ES&S Balotar printers are designed for tabulation on all ES&S tabulators,
including the ES&S Model 100s St. Joseph County would continue to use and the Model 650
central tabulator.
Ballot must be easy to read and use by voter.
By keeping the current St. Joseph County ES&S Model 100s and AutoMARKs, voters will have
the exact same ballot they know and have used for many past elections.
Ballot tabulator must be able to tabulate all precinct styles.
The ES&S Model 100 scanners and tabulators St. Joseph County presently owns will be
upgraded by ES&S to able to scan and tabulate every ballot type from every precinct, no matter
where the vote center is located. The upgrade that would be applied has been certified by the
State of Indiana and is in use in two Indiana counties (Hancock and Jennings) as well as in
other jurisdictions throughout North America.
Tabulating Requirements
Double-Sided Scanner: Machines must be capable of recognizing marks on both sides of a
ballot with one pass through the scanner.
St. Joseph Countys existing ES&S Model 100 scanners and tabulators read both sides of the
ballot simultaneously.
Scanning Orientation: Machines must be capable of accepting ballots regardless of the
orientation of the paper.
St. Joseph Countys existing ES&S Model 100 scanners and tabulators accept ballots in all four
possible orientations.
Ballot Acceptance: Machines must be configured to accept all the ballots defined for the
election regardless the sequence of introduction.
The ES&S Model 100 election definition enables the device to accept ballot styles defined for
the election regardless of the sequence of introduction. For additional information, please see
response below to the Multiple Precinct Ballot Processing requirement.
Early Voting Vote Center - ADA Solution Independence: Optical Scan Reader must be designed
to function independently from the Early Voting Vote Center - ADA Solution. The Early Voting
Vote Center - ADA voting solution must produce a human readable document that can be
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The proposed ADA solution, St. Joseph Countys existing ES&S AutoMARK, marks a standard
paper ballot which is then scanned and tabulated by the Countys existing Model 100. The
Model 100 functions independently from the AutoMARK.
Over-Votes Under-Votes: Optical Scan Reader must have the capability to notify the voter of
overvotes and undervotes (customizable as to individual contests or to all contests
undervoted).
St. Joseph Countys existing Model 100 can be programmed to alert the voter of overvoted
races, undervoted races, or blank ballots. The Model 100 will return the questioned ballot to
the voter, emit an audible signal, and display an easy-to-read screen message that describes
the problem and prompts the voter to either review and edit the ballot or cast the ballot as it is.
This alert is set in the election definition. It is customizable to all contests overvoted, individual
contests undervoted, and, by setting each contest undervoted to alert, all contests undervoted.
Ballot Return Modes: Optical Scan Reader must have the capability to operate in either one of
two ballot casting modes: (1) Immediate ballot return of overvoted, undervoted and blank
ballots (2) Full ballot review on the Optical Scan Readers display while securely holding the
ballot allowing each voter the opportunity to either accept or reject the ballot as marked.
Regardless of the ballot return mode the scanner is operating in, the scanner must have the
ability to print a record for the voter indicating why the ballot was returned.
St. Joseph Countys existing Model 100 can be programmed to meet this requirement in either
of these modes: (1) Unconditional Rejection - immediate ballot return - of overvoted,
undervoted, and blank ballots. In this mode, the voter must review the ballot and correct the
selections before the Model 100 tabulator will accept it; or (2) Query the Voter for Correction. In
this mode, the Model 100 returns a questioned ballot to the voter and displays a screen
message that describes the problem and prompts the voter to either review and edit the ballot
or cast the ballot as it is. The voter presses RETURN BALLOT to correct the ballot or presses
COUNT AS MARKED to cast the ballot without editing selections.
Ballot Processing: The vendor must describe, in detail, how the Optical Scan Reader processes
each ballot cast and the number of redundant backups of each cast ballot exist on the Optical
Scan Reader. A minimum of 3 digital storage devices are mandatory and must be integrated
into the scanner. Each memory device must be validated against the others to ensure vote
count accuracy.
Vote tally and audit logs are stored on a SRAM PCMCIA memory card. The paper ballots serve
as redundant backup.
Standard Ballot Processing: The system must be capable of processing multiple and different
ballots at the same election. (The various ballots might be different sizes.)
St. Joseph Countys existing Model 100 is capable of processing any ballot programmed for the
same election. All voters will receive the same ballot size.
Multiple Precinct Ballot Processing: Machine must have the capacity of processing ballots for
multiple voting precincts. (describe any limitations of the scanner to be programmed with
multiple precincts.)
In early voting and in Election Day vote centers, Unity 3.4.0.0. allows up to 450 precincts to be
included on a single Model 100 PCMCIA card. This means that St. Joseph Countys current
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Visible Public Counter: The machine must provide a ballot counter where the total number
accepted ballots is displayed.
The public counter on the Model 100 front-panel display is increased by one (1) each time a
ballot is scanned and dropped into the ballot box.
Machine Memory Requirements
Fixed Memory: Each machine must have a fixed, non-removable, non-volatile fixed memory
module. This memory module must store the machines configuration, the accumulated voting
results, and the operational log. These memory modules must not be easily accessible and
must be part of the internal hardware components of the machine.
The ES&S Model 100 contains 2 Megabytes of RAM (DRAM 2mb 30 pin Simm). This memory
module is part of the internal hardware components of the machine and is not easily
accessible.
Removable Memory Device: Each machine must have at least one, removable, and portable
memory module. Memory modules must store the machines configuration, the accumulated
voting results, and the operational log of the machine. Memory modules must be located in a
locked compartment to prevent unauthorized access.
The Model 100 uses a PCMCIA SRAM card that contains the election definition, operational log,
tabulation results, and other election-specific information. The memory card can be secured
with a wire seal and is locked behind an access door on the ballot box to prevent unauthorized
access. A tamper-evident seal can be placed across this access door for additional security.
Redundant Portable Memory Device: Each machine must have a minimum of three (3)
redundant memory locations separate from the primary memory module. A minimum of one (1)
must function as described on the Portable Memory Use specification above.
The ES&S Model 100s presently owned by St. Joseph County are older devices which do not
meet the stated requirement. ES&S has stated that the Model 100s will be upgraded in the
future to address this issue. Until such time, the PCMCIA SRAM card is the primary memory
device; DRAM cache is secondary, and paper ballots serve as redundant backup.
Post-Voting Requirements
Vendor must provide all software and hardware recommendations necessary to compile all
tabulated data from voting locations in accordance with Indiana lawin a format acceptable to the
State--including but not limited to workstations needed, redundant power, file server specifications,
and security specifications.
The ES&S Unity 3.4.0.0 election management system resides on a secure hardened computer.
The computer hardening is a process to reduce vulnerability points to create a secure
environment for the election software.
This environment requires a workstation with Windows XP, Service Pack 3 (32-bit) operating
system, with a 1GHz Pentium processor or better, 1GB memory or better, 40GB hard drive or
larger, 16x CD/DVD drive or faster and a minimum of 2 USB 2.0 ports. ES&S currently
recommends and has included in its pricing a Dell Optiplex 7010 as a desktop solution along
with the options of Symantec EndPoint anti-virus program and a APC 750VA Uninterruptable
Power Supply.

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Planned Layout Of Vote Centers


Figure 1 on the next page is a sketch depicting the planned layout of the vote center, indicating the
location of equipment and election officers within the vote center.

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Figure 1Sketch Depicting The Planned Layout Of The Vote Center


Clerk

Tabulating
Machine

Exit

Clerks Table

Inspector

Judge

Ballot
Marking
Station

Ballot
Marking
Station

Ballot
Marking
Station

Ballot
Marking
Station

Ballot
Marking
Station

Ballot
Marking
Station

Ballot
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Set-up Election Day Vote Centers
1. The ePollbooks, Ballot Marking Stations and Tabulator will be delivered by St. Joseph County
Voting Machine Technicians on Monday before Election Day. Each machine will be sealed for
security.
2. Inspectors will pick up their election supplies on the Saturday, Sunday and Monday before
Election Day.
3. There will be ten (10) Ballot Marking Stations and one (1) Tabulator per vote center. Ample
devices for backup will be part of overall configuration. There will be three ePollbooks per vote
center with additional units at the Election Office if needed.
Processing Of Voters Election Day Vote Centers
The processing of voters will consist of the following steps:
1.

Voter enters the Vote Center, states name, and presents his/her government issued photo ID
to a Clerk.

2.

Clerk types voters name into an ePollbook.

3.

Clerk verifies all information with the voter.

4.

Voter signs his/her name on an electronic name pad and, in a Primary Election, declares
either Democrat or Republican.

5.

The ePollbook generates an Identifier ticket showing the correct precinct and ballot style for
the voter to proceed to any Ballot Marking Station.

6.

Voter hands the Identifier ticket to the Judge.

7.

Judge enters the number on the screen to display the ballot for the voter and then walks away
to activate next voter.

8.

Voter selects the candidates of his/her choice; and, when voter has finished, a countable
paper ballot is generated and deposited into the Tabulator.

9.

Voter, if he/she wishes to do so, completes a survey form that will be used for post-election
review.

10. Voter exits the Vote Center.


Provisional Ballots Election Day Vote Centers
The only reasons for a provisional ballot would be no ID or voter not in e-pollbook.

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All provisional ballots will be printed on demand and the voter will place the ballot in a provisional
ballot envelope to hold for reconciliation at a later time. The Inspector will stay with the voter until
the ballot is sealed in the envelope and voter has filled out the appropriate sections of the
envelope.
Providing Data Election Day Vote Centers
Upon written request received by the St. Joseph County Clerk's office at least 24 hours prior to the
polls opening for an election, any person who desires to have voting data sent to a specified email
address will be added to an email distribution list.
Voting data will include the name of each individual who has voted, the Precinct in which each such
individual resides, and at which vote center each such individual cast his/her ballot.
Voting data will be sent via email to all email addresses on the distribution list at 10:00 a.m.,
1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Election Day.
Close-Down Election Day Vote Centers
At the close of the polls:
1. Poll workers will log off ePollbooks, close down (i.e., turn off) all ePollbooks and generate
reports on the Tabulator. The ePollbooks will be locked in the ballot box with the ballots.
2. Inspector and one Judge of the opposite party will return the USB, and all election forms to the
Election Office.
These procedures run in direct correlation with current closing procedures. All vote center USBs will
be brought back to Election Central for county-wide accumulation results.
Set-up Satellite Absentee Voting Centers
There will be two ePollbooks, and one Ballot Marking Station at each Satellite Absentee Vote
Center. The board will be made up of one Supervisor from the same party as the County Clerk and
two Clerks, one from each party.
Processing Of Voters Satellite Absentee Voting Centers
The processing of early voters will consist of the following steps:
1. Voter enters the Satellite, states name and presents his/her government issued photo ID to a
Clerk.
2. Clerk types voters name into an ePollbook and verifies information with the voter
3. Voter signs his/her name on an electronic name pad and, in a Primary Election, declares either
Democrat or Republican

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4. The ePollbook generates an Absentee In Person form and an Identifier ticket showing the
correct precinct and ballot style for the voter to proceed to any Ballot Marking Station.
5. Voter hands the Identifier ticket to Clerk.
6. Clerk enters the number on the screen to display the ballot for the voter and then walks away.
7. Voter selects the candidates of his/her choice; and, when voter has finished, Clerks initial the
ballot, voter puts ballot in ABS-6 envelope, signs the envelope and hands to a Clerk.
8. Voter exits the Satellite Center.
Providing Data Satellite Absentee Voting Centers
Upon written request received by the St. Joseph County Clerk's office at least 24 hours prior to the
Satellite Centers opening for an election, any person who desires to have voting data sent to a
specified email address will be added to an email distribution list.
Voting data will include the name of each individual who has voted, the Precinct in which each such
individual resides, and at which Satellite Center each such individual cast his/her ballot.
Voting data will be sent via email to all email addresses on the distribution list at 10:00 a.m., the
following day.
Close-Down Satellite Absentee Voting Centers
At the close of each day:
1. Poll workers will log off ePollbooks, close down (i.e., turn off) all ePollbooks. ePollbooks will be
secured with a laptop lock.
2. The next morning, officials designated by the Election Board will pick up the voted absentee
ballots and reconciliation sheet and transport in a secured bag to the County Clerks Office for
processing.

SECURITY AND CONTINGENCY PLANNING


I.C. 3-11-18.1-4 Requirements
I.C. 3-11-18.1-4 requires a vote center plan to include security and contingency provisions to:
To prevent disruption of vote center process,
To ensure election is properly conducted if a disruption occurs, and
To prevent access to an electronic poll list without the coordinated action of two precinct
election officers who are not members of the same political party.

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Disruptive Events
Two events that could disrupt the vote center process are loss of connection between the
ePollbooks and the central server and a loss of electrical power at either the vote center or the
central server. The plans to prevent disruption of vote center process and ensure the election is
properly conducted if these events occur are set out below.
Loss of connection between the ePollbooks and the central server.
a) The ePollbooks will have both a high-speed internet connection using the vote center's
own internet service provider, and a high-speed cellular connection. The cellular
connection will be automatically turned on if an ePollbook loses its network connection
through the vote center's own Internet connection.
b) Each laptop will be loaded with the complete list of eligible voters in St. Joseph County. If
connectivity is lost Clerks will still be able to process voters and issue a Identifier Ticket.
As soon as connectivity is re-established information as to who has voted in that Vote
Center will be sent to all other Vote Center locations.
Loss of electrical power at either the vote center or the central server. Both the ePollbooks
and the tabulation equipment used at the vote centers will have battery backups that last
for several hours. This would enable a vote center to continue functioning through a
temporary power loss. However, if the electrical power loss at a vote center is for a time
longer than the backup battery life, the Election Board could close down that vote center
and direct voters to other vote center locations. The central server also has a battery backup
and the County-City Building, where the central server is housed, has an emergency
generator.
Access to Electronic Poll List
Access to an electronic poll list without the coordinated action of two precinct election officers who
are not members of the same political party will be prevented by the procedures set out below.
Before using the ePollbook(s), two Clerks will be paired up as a bipartisan team, with one
team per table. Each bipartisan team of Clerks, will enter their user names and passwords
into the ePollbook(s) at their table, and provide their initials on the signature pad.
In the event it is necessary to replace a Clerk at a vote center during operating hours, the
new bipartisan team at that particular table will begin anew by entering their user names
and passwords into the ePollbook(s) at their table, and providing their initials on the
signature pad.

VOTER EDUCATION
Thorough and effective voter education will be critical to the success of converting from Precinct
voting to Vote Centers. Accordingly, St. Joseph County's voter education efforts will be as described
below to the extent available funding will allow.

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The Vote Center Committee has received a proposal (see Appendix B) from The League of Women
Voters of the South Bend Area ("LWVSBA") to assist, in both 2015 and 2016, with two of the voter
education efforts described below - Public Forums and Civic Organization Meeting Presentations.
The Vote Center Committee accepts the LWVSBA proposal because the well-established
nonpartisan nature of the organization and the inclusion among its members of professionals who
are well-qualified to perform these tasks will enhance the credibility and quality voter education
efforts.
Earned Media
The conversion to vote centers will be highly newsworthy. Hence, the media can be a powerful ally
in providing information to the public. St. Joseph County will execute a full media outreach
campaign that will involve press releases and effort to obtain newspaper, radio and television
interviews or features.
Vote Center Website
A Vote Center Website specifically dedicated to St. Joseph County's vote centers and with its own
web address will be established. The Vote Center Website will be on St. Joseph County's existing
website, but it will have a web address shorter than the County's standard web address (something
like www.stjoevotecenters.com).
The Vote Center Website will include topics such as the following:
Vote Center Defined
Description of the Electronic Poll Book
Sketch of a typical vote center layout
Description of the process for voting at a vote center
Names and addresses of Election Day Vote Center locations (with a click-through to Google
Maps)
Map with locations of Election Day Vote Centers and pictures of buildings shown using ESRI
ArcGIS Online Story Maps
Names and addresses of Satellite Absentee Voting Center locations (with a click-through to
Google Maps) and their days and hours of operation
Map with locations of Satellite Absentee Voting Centers and pictures of the buildings shown
using ESRI ArcGIS Online Story Maps
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Email address for submitting questions and comments
Mobile Phone Apps
Mobile phone apps will be used to allow voters to display a list of the Election Day Vote Center
locations and a list of the Satellite Absentee Voting Center locations and their hours of operation.

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PowerPoint Slide Deck
A PowerPoint slide deck will be created for use in presentations. The slides will cover the same
topics as the Vote Center Website. Among other things, the slide deck will be for use in the Public
Forum and Civic Organization Presentations described below.
Brochure
A brochure describing vote center operations, answering frequently asked questions, and providing
the Vote Center Website address will be created. Among other things, the brochures will be used as
handouts in the Public Forums and Civic Organization Meetings described below.
Public Forums
Public Forums will be conducted to describe the vote center operation and to answer questions.
The PowerPoint Slide Deck described above will be used in these presentations and the Vote
Center Brochures described above will be available as handouts. The Vote Center Committee and
The LWVSBA will work together to identify locations appropriate for the Public Forums. The LWVSBA
will organize the Public Forums and members of the LWVSBA will make the presentations. Two
members of the Vote Center Committee will be present at each Public Forum to answer questions.
Civic Organization Meeting Presentations
Presentations similar to the Public Forums will be made to meetings of civic organizations (such as
Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary Clubs) willing to host such a presentation. The Vote Center Committee
and LWVSBA will work together to identify appropriate civic organizations for such presentations.
Members of the LWVSBA will make the presentations.
Direct Mail
In 2015, postcards will be sent in March and September to every residential mailing address within
jurisdictions conducting municipal elections in 2015. In 2016, postcards will be sent in March and
September to every residential mailing address within St. Joseph County. The postcards will include
a list of vote center locations, the Vote Center Website address, phone number to call with
questions, and other pertinent information.
Advertising
Television and radio: check your mail commercials during morning and evening news
programs for two weeks before sending the Direct Mail postcards described above;
Traditional Billboards: six to eight locations throughout the County for four weeks before sending
the Direct Mail postcards described above;
Portable Digital Billboard Tour: Portable Jumbo-Tron Billboard in 30 locations for five days
before sending the Direct Mail postcards described above;

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Internet: Google Search (using Google Ad-Words to be found more easily by the public) and
digital display ads through exchanges and paid Facebook.

POST-ELECTION REVIEW
St. Joseph County will evaluate the operation of the vote centers after every election, amend its
plan where necessary, and file amendments with the Indiana Election Division.
The League of Women Voters of the South Bend Area ("LWVSBA") has proposed to assist St. Joseph
County by performing post-election evaluations in 2015 and 2016. The Vote Center Committee
accepts the LWVSBA proposal because the well-established nonpartisan nature of the organization
and the inclusion among its members of professionals who are well-qualified to perform the task
will enhance the credibility and quality the Post-Election Review.
In particular, the Post-Election Review activities will be:
The LWVSBA will perform exit surveys of voters at vote center locations.
The LWVSBA will perform a statistical analysis of voting trends and voter turnout.
The LWVSBA will interview a focus group of non-voters.
The LWVSBA will require access to post-election voter files for both the subject election as
well as the previous election in order be able to make a comprehensive and effective
evaluation of voter turnout and trends.
The LWVSBA will make a post-election report to the Vote Center Committee (or other
appropriate committee) outlining the successes and failures of the vote center plan as
implemented this cycle.
The Vote Center Committee will take steps to ensure the post-election recommendations of
the LWVSBA are given due consideration.
The LWVSBA would repeat this evaluation after the 2016 election.

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MAPS

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Map 1: Locations Of Election Day Vote Centers

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2, American Legion Pulaski Post 357

21, Mishawaka Penn-Harris Public Librar

3, Calvary Chapel

22, Newton Center

4, Century Center Concession Room

23, North Liberty Community Building

5, Charles Black Center

24, Olive Township Library

6, Christ the King Lutheran Church

25, Osceola United Methodist Church

7, First Baptist Church

26, SB Firefighters Hall

8, German Township Library

27, SB First Ch of the Nazarene

9, Goodwill Career Center

28, South Bend Christen Reformed Church

10, Gospel Center Missionary Church

29, South Bend Elk's Club

11, Grace United Methodist Church

30, Southgate Church

12, Granger Missionary Church

31, Sprenger Health Care of Mishawaka

13, Holy Trinity Evangelical Luthern Ch

32, St Peter United Church of Christ

14, ICE Athletic Center

33, St. Bavo's Catholic Church

15, JACC Gate 10

34, St. Mark's Missionary Church

16, Kroc Center

35, St. Paul Lutheran Church

17, LaSalle Landing Community Building

36, The Ice Box

18, Logan Center

37, Warren Twp Fire Department

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Blackthorn Express / II

Roosevelt Rd

Corby/Town & Country

Lincolnway West/Airport

Madison Rd

Dogwood Rd

Martindale Rd

Northside Mishawaka
Ash Rd

Elm Rd

08-Madison

Miami/Scottsdale/Ironwood Rehab
North Michigan/Laurel Woods

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

Madison/Mishawaka

Mishawaka Transfer Station

Beech Rd

Cedar Rd

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Fir Rd
Gumwood Rd

Hickory Rd

Ivy Rd

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Notre Dame/UP Mall
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Rum Village

Patterson Rd

Rum Village / Sample


Quarles Rd
Riley Rd

Sample/Mayflower

South Michigan/Erskin Village


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Juniper Rd

Tyler Rd

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Quinn Rd

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Elder Rd

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Fir Rd

Filbert Rd

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GRAPE RD

LIBERTY DR

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LOGAN ST

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Fir Rd

Gumwood Rd

Leo St

Hickory Rd
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Grape Rd

Hazel Rd

30th St

York Rd

Miami Rd

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Juniper Rd

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Ironwood Rd

Emmons Rd

Lily Rd

Hollyhock Rd

State Road 933 HWY

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Arnold St

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Leeper Rd

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Grant St

Lilac Dr
Grant St

Maple Rd

Millet Rd

Mulberry Rd

Mulberry Rd

Pine Rd

Redwood Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Locust Rd

Orange Rd

Oak Rd
Primrose Rd

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Brookfield St
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Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Strawberry Rd

Olive Rd

Rose Rd

Ros ewo od Rd

Rice Rd

Sage Rd

Rush Rd

Spirea Rd

Tulip Rd

Snowberry Rd

Hucklebe rry Rd

Willow Rd

Rose Rd

Tamarack Rd

Snowberry Rd
Smilax Rd

Wintergreen Rd
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Walnut Rd

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Tyler Rd

Towle Rd

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Riley Rd

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Osborne Rd

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Harrison Rd

Hurd Rd

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Brick Rd

Ashard Dr

Oliv e

Gordon Rd

Pack Trl

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Grant Rd

Brick Rd

03-German

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Eaton Rd

Filmore Rd

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Shively Rd
Stanton Rd

Tyler Rd

Univ. Park Mall/Town & Country

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Proposed Locations as of 8-25-14


Information shown on this map is not warranted for accuracy or merchantability. Reproduction
of this material is not possible without the written permission of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Coordinate grid is based on Indiana State Plane Coordinate system 1983 North American Datum-dimensions are in feet.

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05-Harris

0904-Mish

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06-Liberty

0905-Mish

08-Madison

1301-SB

07-Lincoln
10-Olive
11-Penn

12-Portage
14-Union

15-Warren

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1303-SB
1304-SB
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Map 2: Locations Of Election Day Vote Centers


And Residences Of Registered Voters

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03-German

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05-Harris

02-Clay

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1, American Legion Post 189

20, Mishawaka FOP Lodge #91

2, American Legion Pulaski Post 357

21, Mishawaka Penn-Harris Public Librar

3, Calvary Chapel

22, Newton Center

4, Century Center Concession Room

23, North Liberty Community Building

5, Charles Black Center

24, Olive Township Library

6, Christ the King Lutheran Church

25, Osceola United Methodist Church

7, First Baptist Church

26, SB Firefighters Hall

8, German Township Library

27, SB First Ch of the Nazarene

9, Goodwill Career Center

28, South Bend Christen Reformed Church

10, Gospel Center Missionary Church

29, South Bend Elk's Club

11, Grace United Methodist Church

30, Southgate Church

12, Granger Missionary Church

31, Sprenger Health Care of Mishawaka

13, Holy Trinity Evangelical Luthern Ch

32, St Peter United Church of Christ

14, ICE Athletic Center

33, St. Bavo's Catholic Church

15, JACC Gate 10

34, St. Mark's Missionary Church

16, Kroc Center

35, St. Paul Lutheran Church

17, LaSalle Landing Community Building

36, The Ice Box

18, Logan Center

37, Warren Twp Fire Department

19, Martin Luther King Center

04-Greene
01-Centre

23

08-Madison

22

06-Liberty

14-Union

01-Centre

address_cl

03-German

0902-Mish

05-Harris

0904-Mish

02-Clay

0901-Mish

04-Greene

0903-Mish

06-Liberty

0905-Mish

08-Madison

1301-SB

07-Lincoln

07-Lincoln
1

Map #2

Proposed Locations as of 8-25-14


Information shown on this map is not warranted for accuracy or merchantability. Reproduction
of this material is not possible without the written permission of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Coordinate grid is based on Indiana State Plane Coordinate system 1983 North American Datum-dimensions are in feet.

10-Olive
11-Penn

12-Portage
14-Union

15-Warren

0906-Mish
1302-SB
1303-SB
1304-SB
1305-SB
1306-SB

37

Map 3: Election Day Vote Center Locations


And One-Mile Radius Around Each Location

Elk T
rl

Ash Rd

Ash Rd

Beech Rd

Apple Rd

Birch Rd

Byrd Rd

y Pk

wy
St

Beehler Rd

ELDER ST

Ln
Nora
S t Jo seph V
a lle

Beech Rd

Idlewoo d Dr

Basswood Rd

Harrison Rd

Blackberry Rd

ELM RD

aR

Third St Superior St

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ve nt
h St

RL

tu l
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d
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AR
TUL
25
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Franklin St
Roger St

Rd
Roosevelt Rd

Inwood Rd

Jackson Rd

Jo s

e ph Va lley
Pkw y

K lin e

Roosevelt Rd

Rd

1 - American Legion Post 189 - 1,475

20 - Mishawaka FOP Lodge #91 - 4,524

2 - American Legion Pulaski Post 357 - 3,448

21 - Mishawaka Penn-Harris Public Librar - 4,210

3 - Calvary Chapel - 2,912

22 - Newton Center - 681

4 - Century Center Concession Room - 7,637

23 - North Liberty Community Building - 1,226

5 - Charles Black Center - 6,672

24 - Olive Township Library - 1,390

6 - Christ the King Lutheran Church - 4,781

25 - Osceola United Methodist Church - 3,194

7 - First Baptist Church - 9,588

26 - SB Firefighters Hall - 2,572

8 - German Township Library - 3,903

27 - SB First Ch of the Nazarene - 5,034

9 - Goodwill Career Center - 6,811

28 - South Bend Christen Reformed Church - 5,920

10 - Gospel Center Missionary Church - 9,988

29 - South Bend Elk's Club - 9,408

11 - Grace United Methodist Church - 9,351

30 - Southgate Church - 3,694

12 - Granger Missionary Church - 2,513

31 - Sprenger Health Care of Mishawaka - 421

13 - Holy Trinity Evangelical Luthern Ch - 644

32 - St Peter United Church of Christ - 8,066

14 - ICE Athletic Center - 2,713

33 - St. Bavo's Catholic Church - 8,698

15 - JACC Gate 10 - 3,886

34 - St. Mark's Missionary Church - 1,980

16 - Kroc Center - 6,215

35 - St. Paul Lutheran Church - 2,401

17 - LaSalle Landing Community Building - 6,899

36 - The Ice Box - 4,755

18 - Logan Center - 10,233

37 - Warren Twp Fire Department - 1,044

19 - Martin Luther King Center - 9,359

Roosevelt Rd

Layton Rd
Madison Rd

Dogwood Rd

Martindale Rd

Beech Rd

Cedar Rd

so

1_mile

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

Ash Rd

Elm Rd

Fir Rd
Hickory Rd
Miami Hwy

Juniper Rd

Tyler Rd

Ironwood Rd

Linden Rd

Lilac Rd

Rocks troh Rd

Buckeye Rd

Penn Rd

Apple Rd

Cherry Rd

Currant Rd Currant Rd

Bittersweet Rd

CAPITAL AVE

Clover Rd

Elder Rd

Fir Rd

FIR RD

Ire l an d

Clover Rd

WEST ST
Trl
MAIN ST
UNION ST

BYRKIT AVE
CLOVER RD

Filbert Rd

ST

C E DA R

35th St

CL AY S T

Hickory Rd

Grass Rd

HOME ST

GRAPE RD

Gumwood Rd

Grape Rd

Leo St

Hickory Rd
Avan elle St

30th St

DALE AVE

LOGAN ST

Ivy Rd

Juniper Rd

Kenilworth Rd

14-Union

Quinn Rd

Curtis St

Kelly Rd

Gumwood Rd

Hw
y

34

RL

Dunn Rd

Jefferson Rd

HARRISON RD

31

11-Penn

DA
YT

y
McKin ley Hw

NT

Douglas Rd

Kern Rd

31

US

wy
31 H

y US

Pokagon St

Ireland Rd

Jackson Rd

y
31 Hw
Hwy US
US 31

Grant St

M a n gus Dr

Millet Rd

Patterso n Rd

1 Hw
US 3

ELDER RD

Dr
Mercu ry

Hazel Rd

Swanson Dr

Martin Ln

26th St

Ironwood Dr

York Rd

Main St

en

yc

Tw

Miami Rd

Ironwood Rd

Trl

IRONWOOD DR

Leer St
k e n ha D
m r

High St

Fellows St

Greentree Dr

Hawthor n e

Taylor St
Lafayette Blvd

Eddy St

Hill St

Allen St
Arnold St

ve

Kendall St
William St

Gertrude St

Ironwood Rd

Lily Rd

Hollyhock Rd

State Road 933 HWY

Leland St
Kenilworth Rd

Laurel Rd

Huey St
Brookfield St
Wilber St

Olive St

Grant St

Lilac Dr
Maple Rd

Millet Rd

Mulberry Rd
Pine Rd

Quince Rd

Michigan St

Bendix Dr

Meade St

Iowa St

Lee Rd

Myrtle Rd

Locust Rd

Orange Rd

Oak Rd
Primrose Rd

Redwood Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Mulberry Rd

St

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Market St

Mayflower Rd
Tr
l

i on
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um

Pine Rd

r ty

Smilax Rd
y
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Lib
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Sweetbrier Rd
Spruce Rd

Walnut Rd

Tr

Lake St

Adams St

Sunset Dr

y Trl
o th

T im

Illinois St
Falcon St

Oak Rd
Elmer Ave

Orchid Rd

Dorn St
Pine Rd

Peggy Dr

Tr
l
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Pecan Rd
Primro s e Rd La y
to
T rl

Thorn Rd

Snowberry Rd

Walnut Rd

Sycamore Rd

Willow Rd
Willow Rd
rl
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ac

Pl

Timothy Rd

Barley Rd

Poplar Rd

Ke
ri a

Moreau Ct

Olive Rd

Olive Rd

Country Club Rd

Alan St

Peach Rd

Quince Rd

Poppy Rd

Pear Trl

Mayflower Rd

Tr
se
ro

Poppy Rd

Whitesell Dr

Bell St

Quince Rd

Pear Rd

Rose Rd

Quince Rd

Ros ewo od Rd

Rice Rd

Sycamore Rd

Strawberry Rd

S t J ose ph Valley Pkwy

Rose Rd

Sage Rd

Sage Rd

Rush Rd

Spirea Rd

Tulip Rd

Hucklebe rry Rd

Willow Rd

Tamarack Rd

Willow Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Snowberry Rd
Smilax Rd

Wintergreen Rd

Timothy Rd

Snowberry Rd

Race St

Tamarack Rd

Tr
l
ag
o
Ch
ic

Walnut Rd

Spruce Rd

Timothy Rd

County Line Rd
County LIne Rd

Lemon Rd

Tyler Rd

DAY RD

Brummit Rd

I-80 HWY

Cleveland Rd

Ce da r Tr

Fulmer RD

OO

Anderson Rd

Dunn Rd

D R AG

Hwy

on

Map #3

Shively Rd

Sag ewo od Dr

F i r Rd

Pierce Rd

22

20

TWELFTH ST

12

05-Harris

Early Rd

l
n Tr

rt

Watson Rd

33

Brem en

l ke
l

Tyler Rd

14

Wa

rl
W il l o w T

V an Nu y s Rd

Shively Rd

ad

Quinn Rd

Riley Rd

Lin
dy
Dr

L INDE N AV E
W AY
L IN C OL N RTH ST
FOU
FIFTH ST

6 Hwy

Union Rd

Tyler Rd

29th St

Towle Rd

US

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

Stanton Rd

Pky

07-Lincoln

Smith Rd

THIRD ST

Nicar Rd

Tr

Rankert Rd

R K PL

New Rd

Tr

te

Shively Rd

Martindale Rd

Osborne Rd

HW

23

Brick Rd

Madison Rd

Miller Rd

Martin dale Rd

ke

or

l
Sm ith Tr

Rockstroh Rd

Dr

Quincy Rd

Renfrew Dr

01-Centre

Madison Rd

be

06-Liberty

LOWELL AVE

Battles St

Kern Rd

La

La
P

Riley Rd

Mille r Rd

Widen er Ln

Pe ar l St

Whitmer St

Layton Rd

on Dr
B yr
e Dr
Alp in

Barbie St

TY DR

MC KINLEY AVE

op
illt

Leeper Rd

Roose velt Rd

Quinn Rd

Kern Rd

Dale Av e

23

Jackson Rd

Vine St 10

id

Harrison St

th s

State Road 4 HWY

Osborne Rd

11

29

Jefferson Blvd

Wall St

ad
Ro

21

Ireland Rd

30

PA

Corby Blvd
Sorin St

18

te

T rl

T R IN I T Y P

E DISON RD
Rex ford Dr
9

Cedar St

Altgeld St H

a
St

UNIV ERSI

28

Rose St

32

B lvd

R id g e
un ting

Tr

Tr

Li

Pk

th
ou

ey
rk

orn e

Kelly Rd

Va
lle
y

ve

Colfax Ave

Oaksid e St

Tu

New Rd

Hw

04-Greene

Layton Rd

Trl

ty
er

ie
a ir
Pr
Ewing Ave

6
Linda St

or

Kline Trl

th
La

Os b

b
Li

36

16

Bulla Rd

T rl

Huron St

Fellow St

wn

Ic e T
rl

ph

15

A ngel a B lv d

Ba y wood Ln Adams Rd

Douglas Rd

12-Portage
St L o uis Blv d
A ve

s to

se

Mo rea u Dr

St Josep h St

um

Jo

Oak St LaSalle Ave

19

Li n de n R d

Jackson Rd

St

es

12-Portage

ev

Kinyon St

Tucker Dr
Calvert St

el

Kintz Ave

Pendle St

ve
Pa rk A

Ford St

Sample St
Mea dow Ln

02-Clay

N il

Hw

Pl

wn

od

Cr

wo
Ing le e
Av

to
r u ms

Linden Ave

ad

a ge

Johnson Rd

rt
Po

Inwood Rd

d
ge R

Pear Rd

Roger St

Dr

Grant Rd

17

Wes tm o or S t

m it

Western Ave

wD
r

Grove St
Ardm o
re Tr l
Ardm ore Trl

27

Burke St

H W Y8 Cleveland Rd

Voorde Dr

Lake vie

Henry Rd

Lathrop St

35

Mays Rd

Boland Dr

03-German 26

Edison Rd

Rd

Henry Rd

I- 8
0

03-German

15-Warren

Harrison Rd

Hurd Rd

37

Brick Rd

Ashard Dr

Oliv e

Gordon Rd

Pack Trl

13

S um

State Road 2 HWY

Early Rd

Brick Rd

03-German

M os s Rd

Filmore Rd

W est HW Y

03-German

L i l ac R d

Eaton Rd

Rd

Tr

10-Olive

Grant Rd

wa y

Adams Rd

ta
Po r

Edison Rd

Early Rd

Darden Rd

L in c oln

Pr

ce

to
mi l

24

Rd

Q u in

Ha

Fron t St

en

Villa ger

Timothy Rd

Darden Rd

Al
d

I-80 HWY

B a rr y k n o ll W a y

Arch St

Tr

County Line Rd

on

Layden St

Fox Trl

ilt

Auten Rd

HW

State L ine Rd
Dresden Dr
P alis ade Ave

Arbor Pointe Dr

B r us h T r l

Post Rd

m
I-8 0

Red wood Rd

Clov er Rd

State Line Rd

Reed Rd

38

08-Madison
Patterson Rd

Quarles Rd
Riley Rd

Shively Rd
Stanton Rd

Tyler Rd

Proposed Locations as of 8-25-14


Information shown on this map is not warranted for accuracy or merchantability. Reproduction
of this material is not possible without the written permission of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Coordinate grid is based on Indiana State Plane Coordinate system 1983 North American Datum-dimensions are in feet.

01-Centre

address_cl

03-German

0902-Mish

05-Harris

0904-Mish

02-Clay

0901-Mish

04-Greene

0903-Mish

06-Liberty

0905-Mish

08-Madison

1301-SB

07-Lincoln
10-Olive
11-Penn

12-Portage
14-Union

15-Warren

0906-Mish
1302-SB
1303-SB
1304-SB
1305-SB
1306-SB

39

Map 4: Election Day Vote Center Locations


And Two-Mile Radius Around Each Location

Elk T
rl

Ash Rd

23 - North Liberty Community Building - 1,642

5 - Charles Black Center - 21,014

24 - Olive Township Library - 1,924

6 - Christ the King Lutheran Church - 19,195

25 - Osceola United Methodist Church - 9,228

7 - First Baptist Church - 28,944

26 - SB Firefighters Hall - 17,082

Byrd Rd

8 - German Township Library - 11,794

27 - SB First Ch of the Nazarene - 16,350

u la

9 - Goodwill Career Center - 24,481

28 - South Bend Christen Reformed Church - 22,123

10 - Gospel Center Missionary Church - 35,284

29 - South Bend Elk's Club - 32,404

11 - Grace United Methodist Church - 24,140

30 - Southgate Church - 19,785

12 - Granger Missionary Church - 6,235

31 - Sprenger Health Care of Mishawaka - 3,843

13 - Holy Trinity Evangelical Luthern Ch - 3,318

32 - St Peter United Church of Christ - 28,343

14 - ICE Athletic Center - 17,708

33 - St. Bavo's Catholic Church - 27,753

15 - JACC Gate 10 - 23,733

34 - St. Mark's Missionary Church - 8,503

16 - Kroc Center - 29,763

35 - St. Paul Lutheran Church - 9,631

17 - LaSalle Landing Community Building - 19,012

36 - The Ice Box - 19,829

18 - Logan Center - 34,542

37 - Warren Twp Fire Department - 2,395

Ash Rd

Beech Rd

Apple Rd

Birch Rd

Franklin St

t
Vis

Rd

Neely St

25

Roger St

Idlewoo d Dr

Ln
S t Jo seph V
al ley

Pk w

yS
t

Beech Rd

Harrison Rd

Beehler Rd

Third St Superior St

Basswood Rd

ELDER ST

A
TUL

R
Vistu la
RD

Blackberry Rd

ELM RD

FIR RD

Clover Rd

MAIN ST
UNION ST

T rl

Ir el an d

Grass Rd

Roosevelt Rd

Inwood Rd

Jackson Rd

Jo s

e ph Va lley
Pkw y

K li n

Roosevelt Rd

e Rd

19 - Martin Luther King Center - 27,819

Roosevelt Rd

Madison Rd

Dogwood Rd

Gumwood Rd

Beech Rd

Cedar Rd

Martindale Rd

2_mile

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

Ash Rd

Elm Rd

Fir Rd
Miami Hwy

Juniper Rd

Tyler Rd

Buckeye Rd

Jefferson Rd

Rd

Hawthor n e
Quinn Rd

Ironwood Rd

Linden Rd

Lilac Rd

Rocks troh Rd

4 - Century Center Concession Room - 30,634

Kelly Rd

Hickory Rd

14-Union

Ivy Rd

Juniper Rd

Kenilworth Rd

Patterson Rd

22 - Newton Center - 1,536

Dunn Rd

Apple Rd

Cherry Rd

Bittersweet Rd

CAPITAL AVE

Currant Rd Currant Rd

Elm Rd

Elder Rd
ELDER RD

Fir Rd

Filbert Rd

ST

C E DA R

BYRKIT AVE
CLOVER RD

GRAPE RD

CL AY S T

35th St

LOGAN ST

DALE AVE

Clover Rd

Leo St

Gumwood Rd

Grape Rd

Hazel Rd

Hickory Rd
Avan elle St

30th St

26th St

Hickory Rd

Nora

so

31 Hw
y

Hw

Ireland Rd

3 - Calvary Chapel - 11,353

Kern Rd

31

US

wy
31 H

RL

21 - Mishawaka Penn-Harris Public Librar - 10,777

Curtis St

Penn Rd

HARRISON RD

NT

RL

34

VIS

2 - American Legion Pulaski Post 357 - 9,444

I-80 HWY

Layton Rd

Hwy US
US 31

Grant St

Ma n gus Dr

Millet Rd
y US
US 3

Tyler Rd

OO

DA
YT

y
McKin ley Hw

20 - Mishawaka FOP Lodge #91 - 17,607

Douglas Rd

Nicar Rd

1 Hw

Shively Rd

HOME ST

Dr
Mercu ry

Martin Ln

Swanson Dr

Ironwood Rd

IRONWOOD DR

yc

Tw

York Rd

Main St

en

Leer St
k en h
a m Dr

Fellows St

High St

Miami Rd

Ironwood Rd

Trl
Ke
ri a

Ironwood Dr

Taylor St
Lafayette Blvd

Gertrude St

Eddy St

Hill St

Allen St
Arnold St

ve

Kendall St
William St

Emmons Rd

Lily Rd

Hollyhock Rd

State Road 933 HWY

Laurel Rd

Huey St
Brookfield St
Wilber St

Olive St

Grant St

Lilac Dr
Maple Rd

Millet Rd

Mulberry Rd

Mulberry Rd

Pine Rd

Quince Rd

Michigan St

Bendix Dr

Meade St

Iowa St

Lee Rd

Locust Rd

Orange Rd

Riley Rd

Pokagon St

Early Rd

31

11-Penn

Pine Rd

Oak Rd
Primrose Rd

Redwood Rd

Tamarack Rd

Myrtle Rd

Mayflower Rd

Market St

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rl
um

Tr
l
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Pecan Rd
Prim ro se Rd La y
to
T rl
y

rt

St

S ta t

Sycamore Rd

Smilax Rd
y
Hw

Lib
ert
y

Sweetbrier Rd

Tr

Spruce Rd

n
to

Walnut Rd

Illinois St
Falcon St

Oak Rd Oak Rd
Elmer Ave

Orchid Rd

Pine Rd Dorn St

Peggy Dr

pt
io

Adams St

Thorn Rd

Snowberry Rd

Walnut Rd

er

Lake St

Sunset Dr

y Trl

Sycamore Rd

Willow Rd
Willow Rd
Tr l
ce

Timothy Rd

Barley Rd

Leland St
Kenilworth Rd

Moreau Ct

Olive Rd

Olive Rd

Country Club Rd

Peach Rd
Alan St

Peach Rd

Quince Rd

Poppy Rd

Pear Trl

Mayflower Rd

Tr
se
ro

Poppy Rd

Whitesell Dr

Bell St

Quince Rd

Pear Rd

Rose Rd

Quince Rd

Ros ewo od Rd

Rice Rd

Sycamore Rd

Strawberry Rd

St Joseph V alle y P kwy

Rose Rd

Sage Rd

Sage Rd

Rush Rd

Spirea Rd

Tulip Rd

Hucklebe rry Rd

Willow Rd

Tamarack Rd

Willow Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Snowberry Rd
Smilax Rd

Wintergreen Rd

Timothy Rd

Snowberry Rd

Race St

Tamarack Rd

Tr
l
ag
o
Ch
ic

Spruce Rd

Walnut Rd

Timothy Rd

County Line Rd
County LIne Rd

Lemon Rd

Pla

o th

T im

Quinn Rd

D RA G

Jackson Rd

Hwy

Poplar Rd

Fulmer RD

New Rd

Pierce Rd

22

20

TWELFTH ST

Brem en

Tyler Rd

Osborne Rd

DAY RD

1 - American Legion Post 189 - 1,825

Brummit Rd

Cleveland Rd

Dunn Rd

LIND E N AVE
N W AY
L INC OL
THIRD ST FO UR T H S T
S YORK RD
FIFTH ST eve n
SIXTH ST
th St

33

Anderson Rd

05-Harris

Madison Rd

Miller Rd

Martin dale Rd

Martindale Rd

Pierce Rd

Map #4

14

12

Ce da r Tr

R K PL

Sag ewo od Dr

F ir Rd

Kern Rd

Lin
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6
Watson Rd

TY DR

ad

di

Ro

Ma

Van Nuys Rd

lk
Wa

Union Rd

29th St

6 Hwy

Pky

US

Battles St

Renfrew Dr

01-Centre

Madison Rd

Osborne Rd

Stanton Rd

LOWELL AVE

Dr

Towle Rd

Tyler Rd

Whitmer St

Layton Rd

te

MC KINLEY AVE

p
illto

07-Lincoln

Smith Rd

Kern Rd

Pe ar l St
Johnson Rd

Tr

Sm ith Tr

Jackson Rd

Roose velt Rd

be

Shively Rd

Widen er Ln

29

Jefferson Blvd

Vine St 10

on Dr
B yr
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Alp in

ke

Tr

11

La

Dale Av e

rt

Rankert Rd

30

Barbie St

18

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si

Po

Rockstroh Rd

Ireland Rd

Oaksid e St

PA

Corby Blvd
Sorin St

Wall St

Altgeld St H

a
St

HW

23

TR I N I T Y P

DAY RD

21

Brick Rd

UNIV ERSI

E DISON RD
Rex ford Dr
9

Cedar St

Colfax Ave

rt h

Leeper Rd

Li

06-Liberty

Quincy Rd

Pk

v e Rose St

32

B lvd

28

Quinn Rd

Riley Rd

Shively Rd

23

Pr
Ewing Ave

H un tin

T rl
Ri d g e

Tr

La

Harrison St

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a ir

th

No

State Road 4 HWY

Osborne Rd

36

16

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Linda St

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Huron St

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Bulla Rd

rk

Tr

Kelly Rd

Oak St LaSalle Ave

19

Fellow St

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Va
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15

Ang el a Blv d

Ba ywood Ln Adams Rd

Douglas Rd

12-Portage

Tu

New Rd

Hw

04-Greene

Layton Rd

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S t L o uis Blv d
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Kline Trl

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St Josep h St

T rl

Jo

Kintz Ave

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Pendle St

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Kinyon St

Tucker Dr
Calvert St

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Pa rk A

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Ford St

Sample St
Mea dow Ln

12-Portage

Burke St

Ni

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Linden Ave

Dr

Pear Rd

Roger St

17

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m it

Inwood Rd

wD
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Grove St
Ardm ore Trl

Su m

Western Ave

Henry Rd

Lathrop St

Voorde Dr

Lake vie

Mays Rd

Boland Dr

Ardm o
re Tr l

35

8 Cleveland Rd

03-German 26

Edison Rd

Rd

Henry Rd

I-80 HWY

03-German

15-Warren

Harrison Rd

Hurd Rd

Brick Rd

Ashard Dr

Oliv e

Gordon Rd

Early Rd

37

13

M os s Rd

State Road 2 HWY

Pack Trl

03-German
L ilac R d

Eaton Rd

Filmore Rd

W e st HWY

03-German

Brick Rd

Rd

Tr

10-Olive

Grant Rd

w ay

Adams Rd

ta
Po r

Edison Rd

Early Rd

Darden Rd

L in c o ln

i
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ce

l to
mi

24

n Rd

Q u in

Ha

Fron t St

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Villa ger

Timothy Rd

Darden Rd

Al

I-80 HWY

B a rr y k n o l l W a y

Arch St

Tr

County Line Rd

on

Layden St

Fox Trl

ilt

Auten Rd

HW

State L ine Rd
Dresden Dr
Pa lisade Ave

Arbor Pointe Dr

B r us h T r l

Post Rd

m
I-8 0

Red wood Rd

Clov er Rd

State Line Rd

Reed Rd

40

08-Madison
Patterson Rd

Quarles Rd
Riley Rd

Shively Rd
Stanton Rd

Tyler Rd

Proposed Locations as of 8-25-14


Information shown on this map is not warranted for accuracy or merchantability. Reproduction
of this material is not possible without the written permission of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Coordinate grid is based on Indiana State Plane Coordinate system 1983 North American Datum-dimensions are in feet.

01-Centre

address_cl

03-German

0902-Mish

05-Harris

0904-Mish

02-Clay

0901-Mish

04-Greene

0903-Mish

06-Liberty

0905-Mish

08-Madison

1301-SB

07-Lincoln
10-Olive
11-Penn

12-Portage
14-Union

15-Warren

0906-Mish
1302-SB
1303-SB
1304-SB
1305-SB
1306-SB

41

Map 5: Election Day Vote Center Locations


And Three-Mile Radius Around Each Location

Grass Rd

Ash Rd

Elk T
rl

Ash Rd

Bittersweet Rd
al le

Beech Rd

Buckeye Rd

Byrd Rd

Birch Rd

yS
tJ

Beehler Rd

Apple Rd

Basswood Rd
y Pk
w

Inwood Rd

Jackson Rd

o se

ph V alle y Pk w y

Rd

2 - American Legion Pulaski Post 357 - 20,180

21 - Mishawaka Penn-Harris Public Librar - 17,959

3 - Calvary Chapel - 31,891

22 - Newton Center - 2,286

4 - Century Center Concession Room - 59,107

23 - North Liberty Community Building - 2,165

5 - Charles Black Center - 34,634

24 - Olive Township Library - 2,263

6 - Christ the King Lutheran Church - 38,474

25 - Osceola United Methodist Church - 14,642

7 - First Baptist Church - 54,160

26 - SB Firefighters Hall - 31,680

8 - German Township Library - 26,889

27 - SB First Ch of the Nazarene - 29,168

9 - Goodwill Career Center - 50,560

28 - South Bend Christen Reformed Church - 49,846

10 - Gospel Center Missionary Church - 62,641

29 - South Bend Elk's Club - 56,835

11 - Grace United Methodist Church - 49,098

30 - Southgate Church - 38,632

12 - Granger Missionary Church - 8,759

31 - Sprenger Health Care of Mishawaka - 10,330

13 - Holy Trinity Evangelical Luthern Ch - 9,343

32 - St Peter United Church of Christ - 60,705

14 - ICE Athletic Center - 40,494

33 - St. Bavo's Catholic Church - 54,980

15 - JACC Gate 10 - 57,001

34 - St. Mark's Missionary Church - 16,350

16 - Kroc Center - 52,985

35 - St. Paul Lutheran Church - 20,559

17 - LaSalle Landing Community Building - 36,441

36 - The Ice Box - 47,123

18 - Logan Center - 62,800

37 - Warren Twp Fire Department - 5,681

19 - Martin Luther King Center - 46,617

Beech Rd

K lin e

20 - Mishawaka FOP Lodge #91 - 29,567

Roosevelt Rd

Madison Rd

Miami Hwy

Gumwood Rd

Hickory Rd

Ivy Rd

Quinn Rd

Juniper Rd

Tyler Rd

Apple Rd

Cherry Rd

Currant Rd Currant Rd

Elm Rd

Ln
Nora
S t Jo se p h V

Beech Rd

Elder Rd

HOME ST

ELDER RD

FIR RD

Clover Rd

Blackberry Rd

Clover Rd

Fir Rd

BYRKIT AVE
CLOVER RD

Filbert Rd

ST

C E DA R

MAIN ST
UNION ST

Trl

Hickory Rd

CAPITAL AVE

Leo St

GRAPE RD

CL AY S T

35th St

LOGAN ST

DALE AVE

Harrison Rd

1 - American Legion Post 189 - 2,033

Layton Rd

Ironwood Rd

Lilac Rd

Rocks troh Rd

Rd

Third St Superior St

t h St

RL

Roosevelt Rd

Dogwood Rd

Cedar Rd

Martindale Rd

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

Ash Rd

Elm Rd

Fir Rd
Juniper Rd

Kenilworth Rd

14-Union

Linden Rd

wy
31 H

v en

THIRD ST

Rd

Hawthor n e

Ironwood Rd

Roosevelt Rd

y
31 Hw

Ma n gus Dr

Millet Rd
y US

31

11-Penn

a
tu l
Vis

Rd
istu la
Neely St
D V
AR
25
T UL
S
I
V
Franklin St
Roger St

Ireland Rd

Jackson Rd

Pierce Rd

P atterso n Rd

1 Hw

Map #5

NT

Curtis St

Jefferson Rd

HARRISON RD

OO

Dunn Rd

Kern Rd

Leeper Rd

US 3

Tyler Rd

Penn Rd

y
McKin ley Hw

Nicar Rd

22

Shively Rd

Fir Rd

Grape Rd

Hazel Rd

Hickory Rd
Avan elle St

30th St

Gumwood Rd

Dr
Mercu ry

Martin Ln

26th St

Sampson St
Ironwood Dr IRONWOOD DR

York Rd

Miami Rd

Greentree Dr

Ir e la nd

en

Eddy St

Hill St

High St

Fellows St

Lafayette Blvd

Swanson Dr

Ironwood Rd

Lily Rd

Hollyhock Rd

State Road 933 HWY

Leland St
Kenilworth Rd

Allen St
ve

Main St

Fulmer RD

34

RL

Kelly Rd

Hwy US
US 31

Maple Rd

Millet Rd

Mulberry Rd
Pine Rd

Mulberry Rd

Primrose Rd

Quince Rd

Laurel Rd

Huey St
Brookfield St
Wilber St

Harris St
Arnold St

Olive St

Grant St

Lilac Dr

Locust Rd

Orange Rd

Pine Rd

Oak Rd

Sycamore Rd

Redwood Rd

Tamarack Rd

Michigan St

Bendix Dr

Lee Rd

Myrtle Rd

Tr
l

i on
pt
um

Tr
l
n

Pecan Rd
La
yt
o
rt
y

St

S ta t
y
Hw

Lib
ert
y

Sweetbrier Rd

Tr

Spruce Rd

Gertrude St

Mayflower Rd

Meade St

Iowa St

Illinois St

Orchid Rd

Oak Rd
Elmer Ave

Country Club Rd

Poppy Rd

Peggy Dr

Peach Rd
Alan St

Quince Rd

T rl

Thorn Rd

Smilax Rd

Snowberry Rd

Walnut Rd
n

Lake St

to

Walnut Rd

Sunset Dr

Trl
oth y

Sycamore Rd

Willow Rd
Willow Rd
rl
eT
ac

Pl

Barley Rd

Tyler Rd

Poplar Rd

Ti

er
Watson Rd

Taylor St

Mayflower Rd

Moreau Ct

Olive Rd

Olive Rd

Poppy Rd

Quince Rd
Whitesell Dr

Bell St

Quince Rd

Pear Trl

S t J oseph Valley P kwy

Rose Rd
Rose Rd

Rice Rd

Rush Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Peach Rd

Sage Rd
Spirea Rd

Tulip Rd

Pear Rd

Smilax Rd

Strawberry Rd

Pine Rd Dorn St

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Snowberry Rd

Snowberry Rd

Willow Rd

Hucklebe rry Rd

Willow Rd

Ros ewo od Rd

Tr
l
ag
o
Ch
ic

Spruce Rd

Walnut Rd

Race St

Wintergreen Rd

Timothy Rd

Sage Rd

Reed Rd

Timothy Rd

Timothy Rd

County Line Rd
County LIne Rd

Lemon Rd

D RA G

Douglas Rd

DA
YT

Pokagon St

Brummit Rd

I-80 HWY

Cleveland Rd

Dunn Rd

Early Rd

20

TWELFTH ST

Anderson Rd

C ed ar Tr

a lk

Van Nuys Rd

Union Rd

Clark St

33

12

05-Harris

DAY RD

6 Hwy

Stanton Rd

Riley Rd

Sag ewo od Dr

US

Tyler Rd

Smith Rd

F i r Rd

07-Lincoln

Towle Rd

Quinn Rd

Shively Rd

Hwy

Tr

Pierce Rd

06-Liberty

Rankert Rd

Osborne Rd

14

LIND E N A VE
N WA Y
L INC OL
FIRST ST
FOURTH ST

New Rd

Sm ith Tr

be

Osborne Rd

R K PL

so

Tr

Martin dale Rd

Madison Rd

Miller Rd

ke

rt

Rockstroh Rd

01-Centre

Madison Rd

Mille r Rd

La

Po

Layton Rd

HW

n T rl

Leeper Rd

Shively Rd

Harrison St

Quincy Rd

Whitmer St

MC KINLEY AVE

Battles St

Ke rn Rd

23

Lin
dy
Dr

DR

Brem en

Quinn Rd

Riley Rd

La

Osborne Rd

23

Pe ar l St

PA

LOWELL AVE

Renfrew Dr

d
oa

Brick Rd

i
ad

State Road 4 HWY

Li

Widen er Ln

21

rl
eT

Roose velt Rd

11

n Dr
B yr o
e Dr
Alp in

Barbie St

Jackson Rd

Kern Rd

Calvert St
Altgeld St

30

29

Vine St 10

te

T rl

TR INI T Y PL

Jefferson Blvd

Wall St

d e Bl v
d

a
St

UN IVER S I TY

Corby Blvd
Sorin St

18

Adams Rd

e
g R id g
H untin

E DISON RD
Rex ford Dr
9

32

e Ave

wood Ln

28

Rose St

Cedar St

Su nnymed

Oaksid e St

Ireland Rd

I-80 HWY

29th St

New Rd

Kelly Rd

04-Greene

Layton Rd

Trl

ty
er

Pky

th
La

orn
O sb

b
Li

Kline Trl

Hw

Pk
w

Iro nwo od R d

T rl

ve

Colfax Ave

South St

Fellow St
St Josep h St

um
Cr

n
tow

ie
a ir
Pr
Ewing Ave

So

si

Ic e T
rl

Va
l le

16

h
ut

rth
No

Jo
se
ph

36

15

An gela Blv d

Douglas Rd

12-Portage

A ve

St

Mo rea u Dr

D
r

le s

12-Portage

Oak St LaSalle Ave

19

Tucker Dr

Calvert St

ev

Kintz Ave

Pendle St

Ni

Ford St

Pl

Sample St
Mea dow Ln

od

Jackson Rd

02-Clay

B ay

Villa ger

wo
Ingle e
Av

wy

L i l ac R d

nH

Linden Ave

el

Kinyon St

Mead e St

ow
m st

Grant Rd

Westm o or St

Roger St

ad

a ge

Pear Rd

Grove St
Ardm ore Trl

Dr

Johnson Rd

Rd

Inwood Rd

wD

Ardm o
re Tr l

m it

Western Ave

u
Cr

rt
Po

Lak e vie

Henry Rd

03-German 26

Edison Rd

27

Burke St

8 Cleveland Rd

17

V oo rd e Dr

15-Warren

Harrison Rd

Hurd Rd

03-German

Lathrop St

35

Mays Rd

Boland Dr

Oliv e

Gordon Rd

Henry Rd

Grant Rd

37

Brick Rd

Ashard Dr

Su m

State Road 2 HWY

Pack Trl

13

d
ge R

Filmore Rd

Early Rd

Brick Rd

03-German

Mos s Rd

10-Olive

Eaton Rd

W es t HW Y

w ay

03-German

Auten Rd

ta
Po r

l
Tr

Edison Rd

Early Rd

Darden Rd

L i n c ol n

Adams Rd

Rd

24

n Rd

ce

to

Fron t St

de

Q u in

mil
Ha

County Line Rd

rl

Darden Rd

Al

I-80 HWY

B ar r y k n o ll W a y

Arch St

nT

State L ine Rd
Dresden Dr
P alisade Ave

Fox Trl

o
il t

Auten Rd

HW

State Line Rd

Arbor Pointe Dr

B r us h T r l

Post Rd

m
I-8 0

Red wood Rd

Clov er Rd

State Line Rd

Spirea Rd

42

08-Madison
Patterson Rd

Quarles Rd
Riley Rd

Shively Rd
Stanton Rd

Tyler Rd

Proposed Locations as of 8-25-14


Information shown on this map is not warranted for accuracy or merchantability. Reproduction
of this material is not possible without the written permission of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Coordinate grid is based on Indiana State Plane Coordinate system 1983 North American Datum-dimensions are in feet.

3_mile

01-Centre

address_cl

03-German

0902-Mish

05-Harris

0904-Mish

02-Clay

0901-Mish

04-Greene

0903-Mish

06-Liberty

0905-Mish

08-Madison

1301-SB

07-Lincoln
10-Olive
11-Penn

12-Portage
14-Union

15-Warren

0906-Mish
1302-SB
1303-SB
1304-SB
1305-SB
1306-SB

43

Map 6: Locations Of Satellite Absentee Voting Centers

Watson Rd

Elk T
rl

Ln
Nora
S t Jo sep h V

11-Penn

y Pk
wy
St J

Ash Rd

Ash Rd

Beech Rd

Byrd Rd

Birch Rd

Apple Rd

Beehler Rd

Inwood Rd

Jackson Rd

ose

ph Valley P k w
y

K lin e

Roosevelt Rd

Rd

Blackthorn Express / II

Corby/Town & Country

Lincolnway West/Airport

Dogwood Rd

Martindale Rd

Cedar Rd

Mishawaka Transfer Station

North Michigan/Laurel Woods


Ash Rd

Elm Rd

Fir Rd

Madison/Mishawaka

Miami/Scottsdale/Ironwood Rehab

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

1, Charles Martin Youth Center


2, County City Building
3, County Services Building
Available for 2015
4, Goodwill Industries of Michiana Inc Not
Available for 2016
5, Kroc Center South Bend
6, SJCPL Centre TWP Branch
7, SJCPL Francis Branch
8, SJCPL German TWP Branch
9, SJCPL Lakeville Branch
10, SJCPL LaSalle Branch
11, SJCPL North Liberty Branch
12, SJCPL Tutt Branch
13, SJCPL Western Branch
14, Mishawaka Fraternal Order of Police Post #91
15, Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Bittersweet
16, Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Harris
17, New Carlisle Olive Township Library
18, Transpo Transfer Center
TRANSPO_routes

Roosevelt Rd

Madison Rd

Miami Hwy

Juniper Rd

Tyler Rd

Ironwood Rd

Linden Rd

Lilac Rd

Rockstroh Rd

Idlewoo d Dr

Layton Rd

Hickory Rd

14-Union

Quinn Rd

Rd

Beech Rd

Hawthor n e

Ironwood Rd

Roosevelt Rd

Pierce Rd

Ivy Rd

Juniper Rd

Kenilworth Rd

9Pa tterson Rd

u la

Neely St

Apple Rd

Harrison Rd

alle

t
Vis

Beech Rd

RL

Curtis St

Roger St
Third St Superior St

Basswood Rd

ELM RD
NT

Ireland Rd

Fir Rd

Grass Rd

15

Dunn Rd

Rd
Vistu la

Blackberry Rd

Clover Rd

FIR RD

Trl

Ire l an d

Hickory Rd

OO

Buckeye Rd

Jefferson Rd

ELDER ST

C E DA R

SPRIN G ST
MAIN ST
UNION ST

WELLS ST

35th St

LOGAN ST

DALE AVE

IRONWOOD DR

Ironwood Dr

York Rd

Miami Rd

D RA G

Birch Rd

Bittersweet Rd

Penn Rd

y
McKin ley Hw

CEDAR RD

Elder Rd
ELDER RD

Cherry Rd

Elm Rd

Fir Rd

FIR RD

Filbert Rd

ST

BYRKIT AVE FIR RD Fir Rd


CLOVER RD
Clover Rd
HOME ST

30th St

GRAPE RD

Austin St

Kelly Rd

Gumwood Rd

Hw

Pokagon St

RL

Kern Rd

31

US

wy
31 H

y US
US 3

Currant Rd Currant Rd

Gumwood Rd

Leo St

Hickory Rd
Avan elle St

Grape Rd

Hazel Rd

Martin Ln

26th St

Ironwood Dr

en
d

Eddy St

High St
Dale Ave
Tw y c
ke
n h Leer St
am
Dr

Addison St
M ai n S
t

31
US
Ne
w

Hwy US
31
US 31

Grant St

Ma n gus Dr

Millet Rd
Mulberry Rd
Tyler Rd

DA
YT

Nicar Rd

1 Hw

Shively Rd

CAPITAL AVE

Dr
Mercu ry

Ironwood Rd

Emmons Rd

Hollyhock Rd

Lily Rd

State Road 933 HWY

Hill St

Franklin St

Michigan St
Carroll St

e
Av

Trl

Lilac Dr
Maple Rd

Millet Rd

Mulberry Rd
Oak Rd

Quince Rd

Kendall St

Grant St

Gertrude St

Lee Rd

Locust Rd

Orange Rd

Hwy

Pine Rd
Pine Rd

Primrose Rd

Sycamore Rd

Redwood Rd

Tamarack Rd

Map #6

Laurel Rd

Iowa St
Bendix Dr
Elliott St
Meade St
Olive St
Elmer St
Huey St
Warren St
Brookfield St
St
Wilber
St
Harris St Birdsell
Arnold St
Allen St

Sheridan St

Illinois St
Falcon St

Myrtle Rd

Mayflower Rd

Market St

i on
pt
um

Tr
l
n

Pecan Rd
Primro s e Rd La y
to
y

rt

S ta t
y

Lib
ert
y

Sweetbrier Rd

Tr

Spruce Rd

Walnut Rd

Tr
l

Thorn Rd
St

Smilax Rd

Snowberry Rd

Walnut Rd
to

Lake St

Adams St

Sunset Dr

y Trl
o th

Hw

Willow Rd
rl
eT
ac

Pl

Timothy Rd

Barley Rd

Tyler Rd

Poplar Rd

T im

er
al k

W i ll o w T

V an Nu ys Rd

rS

Union Rd

Ty
le

Stanton Rd

Riley Rd

Douglas Rd

Dunn Rd

HARRISON RD

Jackson Rd

Hwy

6 Hw y

Tyler Rd

Shively Rd

Fulmer RD

Brem en

Towle Rd

Smith Rd

Quinn Rd

14

TWELFTH ST

New Rd

07-Lincoln
US

Pierce Rd

DAY RD

Brummit Rd

I-80 HWY

Cleveland Rd

Early Rd

so

Tr

Tr

Rockstroh Rd

Rankert Rd

Osborne Rd

05-Harris

Madison Rd

Miller Rd

Martin dale Rd

Martindale Rd

be

06-Liberty

Quincy Rd

01-Centre

Madison Rd

Osborne Rd

RK

PL

n T rl

Leeper Rd

Shively Rd

11

Center St

Renfrew Dr

Sun dale Ave

ke

Osborne Rd

LOWELL AVE

Battles St

La

or
t

Layton Rd

PA

di
Ma

Quinn Rd

Riley Rd

Sm ith Tr

Li

Ruth Ave

Whitmer St

La
P

Roose velt Rd

T RI NI T Y P

Tr

State Road 4 HWY

Kelly Rd

on Dr
B yr
Dr
lp ine

Widen er Ln

Johnson Rd

ey

rl

Kern Rd

12

rk

New Rd

Hw

04-Greene

Layton Rd

Trl

rt y
be

Leland St
Kenilworth Rd

Moreau Ct

Buick St

Oak Rd Oak Rd
Elmer Ave

Orchid Rd

Pine Rd Dorn St

Peggy Dr

Tr
l

Jackson Rd

Lin
dy
Dr

TY DR

MC KINLEY AVE

McKinley Ave

e
Wils on Av

Tu

th
La

eT
sbo rn

Li

Kline Trl

Sycamore Rd

Willow Rd

T rl

18

Fellow St

wn

Corby Blvd
Sorin St

HW

23

Jefferson Blvd
S o u th S t
BROADWAY
M is
Wall
St
h a wak a Av e
GROVE ST
L IND E N AVE
Vine St
Hildreth St
AY
L IN C OLNW
3 THIRD ST
S YORK RD
FIFTH ST eve n
SIXTH ST
th St

St Josep h St

um
Cr

sto

Linden Rd
Ke
ri a

St Josep h Valley Pk wy

Olive Rd

Poppy Rd

Country Club Rd

Peach Rd
Alan St

Peach Rd

Quince Rd

Poppy Rd

Pear Trl

Mayflower Rd

e Tr
ro
s

Whitesell Dr

Bell St

Quince Rd

Pear Rd

Rose Rd

Quince Rd

Ros ewo od Rd

Rice Rd

Rush Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Strawberry Rd

Olive Rd

Rose Rd

Sage Rd

Sage Rd
Spirea Rd

Hucklebe rry Rd

Snowberry Rd

Willow Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Snowberry Rd
Smilax Rd

Wintergreen Rd

Spirea Rd

Reed Rd
Tr
l
ag
o
Ch
ic

Spruce Rd

Walnut Rd

Race St

Timothy Rd

Tulip Rd

Timothy Rd

Timothy Rd

County Line Rd
County LIne Rd

Lemon Rd

Willow Rd

Ireland Rd

Cedar St

Rex ford Dr

eR

d
oa

Anderson Rd

Ced ar Tr

Pk
w

a
St

DOUGLAS RD

DAY RD

16

Brick Rd

UNIV ERSI
I-80 HWY

ve Rose St

Tr l

Sag ewo od Dr

h
ut

e
g Ri d g

F ir Rd

Va
ll e

r Ln

ep
h

e
aj

Ic e T
rl

Linda St

Douglas Rd
Bulla Rd

Hu ntin

Jo
s

e n Rd

Dr

St

ie
a ir
Pr
Ewing Ave

D ard

p
ill to

12-Portage

Pky

Calvert St

Ba ywood Ln Adams Rd

Villa ger

Tucker Dr

A ve

Sample St
Mea dow Ln

So

LaSalle Ave

Colfax Ave

Ford St

A ng el a B lvd

es

13

Dr

N il

10

Linden Ave

Mo rea u Dr

12-Portage

Kinyon St

Westmoor St

ev

Kintz Ave

Pendle St

Sco tt St

Jackson Rd

Trl

el

Burke St

Bur

to n Dr

02-Clay

ve
Pa rk A

A rdm o re

Pl

Grove St

ad

od

Hw

wo
Ingle
e
Av

Johnson Rd

n
to w

Grant Rd

a ge

Inwood Rd

ru m s

Ardm o
re Tr l

Rd

Henry Rd

03-German

rt
Po

Pear Rd

Harrison Rd

Hurd Rd

Henry Rd

Western Ave

wD
r

Lathrop St

Oliv e

Gordon Rd

15-Warren
Lake vie

d
ge R

State Road 2 HWY

Early Rd

Boland Dr

03-German

Edison Rd

Mays Rd

8 Cleveland Rd

Mos s R d

Filmore Rd

Pack Trl

Brick Rd Ashard Dr

L ila c R d

Eaton Rd

03-German

03-German

Brick Rd

Rd

Tr

10-Olive

Grant Rd

W est HW Y
w ay

Adams Rd

ta
Po r

Edison Rd

Early Rd

Darden Rd

Lin c oln

i
Pr

ce

to

17

n Rd

Q u in

mil
Ha

Fron t St

de

Arch St

rl

Darden Rd

Al

I-80 HWY

B a rr y k n o l l W a y

Fox Trl

nT

Arbor Pointe Dr

B r us h T r l

Post Rd

o
il t

Auten Rd

HW

State Line Rd
Layden St
Dre s d en Dr

Clov er Rd

m
I-8 0

Red wood Rd

County Line Rd

44
State Line Rd

08-Madison

Northside Mishawaka

Notre Dame Midnight Express


Notre Dame/UP Mall
Portage

Patterson Rd

Rum Village
Quarles Rd
Riley Rd

Shively Rd
Stanton Rd

Tyler Rd

Rum Village / Sample


Sample/Mayflower

South Michigan/Erskin Village


Southside Mishawaka
The Sweep

Univ. Park Mall/Town & Country

University Park Mall/Mishawaka


Western Avenue

Proposed Satellite Locations as of 11-6-14


Information shown on this map is not warranted for accuracy or merchantability. Reproduction
of this material is not possible without the written permission of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Coordinate grid is based on Indiana State Plane Coordinate system 1983 North American Datum-dimensions are in feet.

01-Centre

address_cl

03-German

0902-Mish

05-Harris

0904-Mish

02-Clay

0901-Mish

04-Greene

0903-Mish

06-Liberty

0905-Mish

08-Madison

1301-SB

07-Lincoln
10-Olive
11-Penn

12-Portage
14-Union

15-Warren

0906-Mish
1302-SB
1303-SB
1304-SB
1305-SB
1306-SB

rl

45

Map 7: Locations Of Satellite Absentee Voting Centers And Residences Of Registered Voters

46

03-German

03-German

16

02-Clay

03-German

17

12-Portage

03-German

15-Warren

10-Olive

05-Harris

10
1
13

15

18
3
12

12-Portage

14

11-Penn

04-Greene

1, Charles Martin Youth Center


2, County City Building
3, County Services Building
Available for 2015
4, Goodwill Industries of Michiana Inc Not
Available for 2016
5, Kroc Center South Bend
6, SJCPL Centre TWP Branch
7, SJCPL Francis Branch
8, SJCPL German TWP Branch
9, SJCPL Lakeville Branch
10, SJCPL LaSalle Branch
11, SJCPL North Liberty Branch
12, SJCPL Tutt Branch
13, SJCPL Western Branch
14, Mishawaka Fraternal Order of Police Post #91
15, Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Bittersweet
16, Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Harris
17, New Carlisle Olive Township Library
18, Transpo Transfer Center

01-Centre

Registered Voters 2012


11

08-Madison
06-Liberty

14-Union

01-Centre

address_cl

03-German

0902-Mish

05-Harris

0904-Mish

02-Clay

0901-Mish

04-Greene

0903-Mish

06-Liberty

0905-Mish

08-Madison

1301-SB

07-Lincoln

07-Lincoln

Map #7

Proposed Satellite Locations as of 11-6-14


Information shown on this map is not warranted for accuracy or merchantability. Reproduction
of this material is not possible without the written permission of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Coordinate grid is based on Indiana State Plane Coordinate system 1983 North American Datum-dimensions are in feet.

10-Olive
11-Penn

12-Portage
14-Union

15-Warren

0906-Mish
1302-SB
1303-SB
1304-SB
1305-SB
1306-SB

47

Map 8: Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations


And One-Mile Radius Around Each Location

Elk T
rl

Ash Rd

Ash Rd

Beech Rd

Byrd Rd

Apple Rd

Birch Rd

Beehler Rd

Apple Rd

Jackson Rd

Jo s

e ph Valley

Pkw y

Beech Rd

Rd

Roosevelt Rd

Madison Rd

Dogwood Rd

Cedar Rd

Martindale Rd

Gumwood Rd

1_mile

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

Ash Rd

Elm Rd

Fir Rd
Miami Hwy

Juniper Rd

Tyler Rd

Ironwood Rd

Linden Rd

Rocks troh Rd

yS
t

Inwood Rd

1 - Charles Martin Youth Center - 9,717


2 - County City Building - 7,487
3 - County Services Building - 10,958
Available for 2015
4 - Goodwill Industries of Michiana Inc - 6,985 Not
Available for 2016
5 - Kroc Center South Bend - 6,799
6 - SJCPL Centre TWP Branch - 5,066
7 - SJCPL Francis Branch - 7,012
8 - SJCPL German TWP Branch - 4,219
9 - SJCPL Lakeville Branch - 724
10 - SJCPL LaSalle Branch - 5,767
11 - SJCPL North Liberty Branch - 1,165
12 - SJCPL Tutt Branch - 9,988
13 - SJCPL Western Branch - 6,019
14 - Mishawaka Fraternal Order of Police Post #91 - 7,952
15 - Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Bittersweet - 3,589
16 - Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Harris - 4,372
17 - New Carlisle Olive Township Library - 1,364
18 - Transpo Transfer Center - 6,251

Layton Rd

Hickory Rd

Ivy Rd

Juniper Rd

Kenilworth Rd

14-Union

Rd

Neely St

Beech Rd

Basswood Rd
Pk w

u la

Roger St
Third St Superior St

Blackberry Rd

K lin e

Roosevelt Rd

Pierce Rd

Quinn Rd

Buckeye Rd

CAPITAL AVE

Bittersweet Rd

CEDAR RD

Elder Rd
ELDER RD

Ln
Nora
St Jos eph V
al le y

t
Vis

Harrison Rd

Nicar Rd

9Patterson Rd

Birch Rd

Cherry Rd

Currant Rd Currant Rd

rR

Fi

FIR RD

Clover Rd

Ireland Rd

Curtis St

Rd
Vistu la

th St

OO
NT
RL

so

31 Hw

M a n gus Dr

THIRD ST

d
Roosevelt Rd

New Rd

Lilac Rd

wy
31 H

y US

15

Madison Rd

Miller Rd

1 Hw
US 3

Kelly Rd

Map #8

Tyler Rd

J ef fe rson B lv

Jefferson Rd

Dunn Rd

Kern Rd

Leeper Rd

Shively Rd

Penn Rd

y
McKin ley Hw

11-Penn

Fir Rd

Grass Rd

Jackson Rd

RL

Austin St

Hawthor n e

Ironwood Rd

Roose velt Rd

Hwy US
US 31

Grant St

Maple Rd

Millet Rd
Mulberry Rd

Riley Rd

Pine Rd

Primrose Rd

Quince Rd

Shively Rd
Stanton Rd

Millet Rd

Mulberry Rd
Oak Rd

Sycamore Rd
Sycamore Rd

Redwood Rd

Tamarack Rd

Quinn Rd

BYRKIT AVE FIR RD Fir Rd


CLOVER RD
Clover Rd
HOME ST

Filbert Rd

ST

C E DA R

Fulmer RD

DA
YT

HARRISON RD

14

D R AG

Douglas Rd

Early Rd

FIFTH ST S eve n

TWELFTH ST

Ire la n d

Hickory Rd

Battles St

Pokagon St

Brummit Rd

I-80 HWY

Cleveland Rd

Dunn Rd

DAY RD

LIND E N AVE
N W AY
L INC OL

FIR RD

WEST ST

FOURTH ST

Trl

Ironwood Dr

MAIN ST
UNION ST

35th St

SMITH ST

BROADWAY
GROVE ST

LOGAN ST

DALE AVE

IRONWOOD DR

GRAPE RD

MC KINLEY AVE

York Rd

Miami Rd

M a in S t

31

Gumwood Rd

Leo St

Hickory Rd
Avan elle St

Grape Rd

Hazel Rd

30th St

Tuxedo Dr

Eddy St

Dale Ave
Tw y c
ke
n h Leer St
am
Dr

Main St
Addison St

Trl
US
Ne
w

RK

05-Harris

Elm Rd

Dr
Mercu ry

Ironwood Rd

Martin Ln

26th St

en
d

Hill St
High St

Franklin St

Fellows St

Allen St
Arnold St
ve

Kendall St

Gertrude St
Lilac Dr

Hollyhock Rd

Lily Rd

State Road 933 HWY

Leland St
Kenilworth Rd

Laurel Rd

Brookfield St
Birdsell St Wilber St

Olive St

Lee Rd

Michigan St

Iowa St
Bendix Dr
Elliott St
Meade St
Huey St Elmer St

Sheridan St

Myrtle Rd

Locust Rd

Orange Rd

Ke
ri a

Mayflower Rd
Tr
l

i on
pt
um

Pine Rd

rt

St

S ta t
y
Rankert Rd

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

06-Liberty

Hw

Lib
ert
y

Sweetbrier Rd
Spruce Rd

Warren St

Buick St

Oak Rd
Elmer Ave

Orchid Rd

Dorn St
Pine Rd

Peggy Dr

Peach Rd
Tr
l
n

T rl

Thorn Rd

Smilax Rd

Snowberry Rd

Osborne Rd

Walnut Rd
Walnut Rd

Tr

Lake St

Adams St

Sunset Dr

o th
y Trl

T im

Harris St

Mayflower Rd
Moreau Ct

Olive Rd

Olive Rd

Country Club Rd

Peach Rd
Alan St

Poppy Rd

Pear Trl

Quince Rd

Pecan Rd
La
yt
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Willow Rd
Willow Rd
Tr l
ce

P la

Barley Rd

Poplar Rd

Illinois St
Falcon St

Tr
se
ro

Poppy Rd

Whitesell Dr

Bell St

Quince Rd

Pear Rd

Rose Rd

Quince Rd

Ros ewo od Rd

Rice Rd

S t J oseph Valley Pkwy

Rose Rd

Sage Rd

Sage Rd

Rush Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Strawberry Rd

Willow Rd

Spirea Rd

Hucklebe rry Rd

Snowberry Rd

Willow Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Snowberry Rd
Smilax Rd

Wintergreen Rd

Tamarack Rd

Tr
l
ag
o
Ch
ic

Spruce Rd

Walnut Rd

Timothy Rd
Race St

Timothy Rd

Tulip Rd

Timothy Rd

County Line Rd

County Line Rd
County LIne Rd

Lemon Rd

PL

Hwy

Tyler Rd

be

Anderson Rd

Ce da r Tr

PA

LOWELL AVE
Jefferson Blvd

Renfrew Dr

Sun dale Ave

Martin dale Rd

T RI NI T Y P

Sag ewo od Dr

Corby Blvd
Sorin St

Lin
dy
Dr

F i r Rd

HW

23

l
n Tr

Watson Rd

Rex ford Dr

Cedar St

TY DR

Brem en

to

DOUGLAS RD

ad

Brick Rd

i
ad

er
al k

rl
W i l lo w T

V an Nuys Rd

rS

Union Rd

Ty
le

01-Centre

Madison Rd

a
St

o
eR

16

6 Hw y

Center St

Quincy Rd

Tyler Rd

th

Tr l

e
g R id g

UNIV ERSI
I-80 HWY

ve Rose St

29th St

Towle Rd

US

Widen er Ln

07-Lincoln

Bulla Rd

on Dr
B yr
e Dr
Alp in

Tr

Tr

11

Smith Rd

Johnson Rd

Whitmer St

Martindale Rd

12

ke

Shively Rd

Roose velt Rd

Linda St

Douglas Rd

S o ut h St
Mis
ha w ak a Av eWall St
Vine St
Hildreth St

18

La

or
t

l
Sm ith Tr

Li

Osborne Rd

Rockstroh Rd

Jackson Rd

Kern Rd

e r Ln
aj

Leeper Rd

e n Rd

H untin

Quinn Rd

Riley Rd

La
P

Ireland Rd

Pk
w

Pky

State Road 4 HWY

Va
ll e
y

Villa ger

rl

ep
h

D ard

Dr

rne T

Ic e T
rl

LaSalle Ave

Ba ywood Ln Adams Rd

p
illto

O s bo

Jo
s

Pr
Ewing Ave

Layton Rd

Ma rtinda le Rd

u
So

Fellow St

Kelly Rd

04-Greene

Layton Rd

Trl

St Josep h St

th
La

Hw

St

Ave

12-Portage

Mo rea u Dr

An gela Blv d

Colfax Ave

ie
ai r

Calvert St

es

Li

rt y
be

Tucker Dr

Kintz Ave

N il

T rl
Kline Trl

New Rd

Sample St
Mea dow Ln

Ford St

12-Portage

Kinyon St

ev

Dr

Burke St

Pendle St

Sco tt St

wn

13

el

ve
Pa rk A

um
Cr

s to

Linden Ave

Pl

Jackson Rd

Westmoor St

ad

od

re Trl

wo
Ingle e
Av

ms

Hw

Rd

Johnson Rd

C ru

n
t ow

a ge

Pear Rd

Henry Rd

Inwood Rd

wD
r

Grant Rd

Harrison Rd

Hurd Rd

Henry Rd

Lak e vie

A rd m o

10

Oliv e

Gordon Rd

15-Warren

Grove St

Burto n

02-Clay

8 Cleveland Rd

Lathrop St

03-German

Ardm o
re Tr l

Mays Rd

rt
Po

Grant Rd

Boland Dr

03-German

Edison Rd

Western Ave

d
ge R

State Road 2 HWY

Pack Trl

Brick Rd

Ashard Dr

Mos s Rd

Filmore Rd

Early Rd

Brick Rd

L i l ac R d

Eaton Rd

03-German

03-German

Rd

Tr

10-Olive

est HW Y

Adams Rd

ta
Po r

L in c oln

Edison Rd

Early Rd

Darden Rd

W
wa y

Pr

ce

to
mi l

17

n Rd

Q u in

Ha

Fron t St

de

Arch St

rl

Darden Rd

Al

I-80 HWY

B a rr y k n o ll W a y

Fox Trl

nT

State Line Rd
Dres d en Dr

Post Rd

o
il t

Auten Rd

HW

State Line Rd

Arbor Pointe Dr

B r us h T r l

Clov er Rd

m
I-8 0

Red wood Rd

State Line Rd

Reed Rd

48

08-Madison
Patterson Rd

Quarles Rd
Riley Rd

Shively Rd
Stanton Rd

Tyler Rd

Proposed Satellite Locations as of 11-6-14


Information shown on this map is not warranted for accuracy or merchantability. Reproduction
of this material is not possible without the written permission of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Coordinate grid is based on Indiana State Plane Coordinate system 1983 North American Datum-dimensions are in feet.

01-Centre

address_cl

03-German

0902-Mish

05-Harris

0904-Mish

02-Clay

0901-Mish

04-Greene

0903-Mish

06-Liberty

0905-Mish

08-Madison

1301-SB

07-Lincoln
10-Olive
11-Penn

12-Portage
14-Union

15-Warren

0906-Mish
1302-SB
1303-SB
1304-SB
1305-SB
1306-SB

49

Map 9: Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations


And Two-Mile Radius Around Each Location

Elk T
rl

Ln
Nora
S t Jos ep h V
al le y

Pkw

K li ne

Rd

Ash Rd

Beech Rd

Apple Rd

Birch Rd

Byrd Rd

Buckeye Rd

Beehler Rd

Apple Rd

Beech Rd

Roosevelt Rd

Dogwood Rd

Martindale Rd

Gumwood Rd

Hickory Rd

Beech Rd

Cedar Rd

so

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

Ash Rd

Elm Rd

Fir Rd
Ironwood Rd

h V alley Pk wy

Madison Rd

Miami Hwy

Juniper Rd

Jackson Rd

ose p

Kern Rd

Rd

Hawthor n e

Ironwood Rd
Ivy Rd

Juniper Rd

Kenilworth Rd

Linden Rd
Tyler Rd

yS
tJ

Inwood Rd

1 - Charles Martin Youth Center - 29,488


2 - County City Building - 31,893
3 - County Services Building - 29,769
Not Available for 2015
4 - Goodwill Industries of Michiana Inc - 27,817 Available for 2016
5 - Kroc Center South Bend - 31,548
6 - SJCPL Centre TWP Branch - 10,529
7 - SJCPL Francis Branch - 16,699
8 - SJCPL German TWP Branch - 12,401
9 - SJCPL Lakeville Branch - 1,576
10 - SJCPL LaSalle Branch - 23,932
11 - SJCPL North Liberty Branch - 1,791
12 - SJCPL Tutt Branch - 28,467
13 - SJCPL Western Branch - 14,069
14 - Mishawaka Fraternal Order of Police Post #91 - 24,563
15 - Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Bittersweet - 11,523
16 - Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Harris - 11,096
17 - New Carlisle Olive Township Library - 1,929
18 - Transpo Transfer Center - 32,527

Layton Rd

Pierce Rd

Quinn Rd

Ash Rd

Bittersweet Rd

RL

d
aR
tu l
Vis
Neely St

Harrison Rd

Nicar Rd

9 Patterson Rd

Birch Rd

Cherry Rd

Currant Rd Currant Rd

CAPITAL AVE

NT

Curtis St

Roger St
Third St Superior St

Basswood Rd

OO

Dunn Rd

Rd
Vistu la

Blackberry Rd

Clover Rd

t h St

Elm Rd

FIR RD

THIRD ST

11-Penn

Fir Rd

CEDAR RD

ELDER RD

HOME ST

Elder Rd

Clover Rd

CLOVER RD

ST

C ED A R

Ir e la nd

Penn Rd
Jefferson Rd

HARRISON RD

Roosevelt Rd

y
31 Hw
Hwy US
US 31

d
rR

Fi

FIR RD

Filbert Rd

GRAPE RD

SARAH ST

T rl

MAIN ST
UNION ST

WELLS ST

35th St

CL AY S T

LOGAN ST

Hickory Rd

Grass Rd

York Rd

Roosevelt Rd

New Rd

Lilac Rd

wy

US 3

Austin St

Madison Rd

Miller Rd

1 Hw

y US

31 H

Mulberry Rd

FIR RD Fir Rd

Grape Rd

Leo St

Hickory Rd
Avan elle St

30th St
nc h e
s t er Dr
HICKORY RD

Ma

DALE AVE

Ironwood Dr IRONWOOD DR

nh

T wyc
ke

Miami Rd

Hazel Rd

Martin Ln
26th St

d
B
en

Eddy St

Leer St
am D
r

High St

Main St
Addison St

M a i n St

31

Gumwood Rd

Dr
Mercu ry

Ironwood Rd

Hollyhock Rd

Lily Rd

State Road 933 HWY

Hill St

Franklin St

Michigan St
Carroll St

e
Trl

US
Ne
w

Locust Rd
Grant St

M a n gus Dr

Maple Rd

Millet Rd

Millet Rd

Mulberry Rd
Oak Rd

Quince Rd

Kendall St

Av

Gertrude St
Lilac Dr

Myrtle Rd

Pine Rd

Pine Rd

Primrose Rd

Redwood Rd

Sycamore Rd

Laurel Rd

Brookfield St
St Wilber St
Harris St Birdsell
Arnold St
Allen St

Olive St

Warren St

Lee Rd

Ke
ri a

Mayflower Rd
l
Tr

io n
pt
um

Orange Rd

Iowa St
Bendix Dr
Elliott St
Meade St
Huey St Elmer St

Sheridan St

Illinois St
Falcon St

Buick St

Elmer Ave

Oak Rd Oak Rd

Orchid Rd

Dorn St
Pine Rd

Peggy Dr

Tr
l
n

Pecan Rd
La
yt
o
r ty

St

Tamarack Rd

Sweetbrier Rd

Tr

Spruce Rd

on

Walnut R d

T rl

Thorn Rd
S ta t

y
Hw

Lib
ert
y

Adams St

Sunset Dr

oth y Trl

Smilax Rd

Snowberry Rd

Walnut Rd

rt

Lake St

Ti

Sycamore Rd

Willow Rd
Willow Rd
Trl
ce

P la

Barley Rd

Poplar Rd

Leland St
Kenilworth Rd

Moreau Ct

Olive Rd

Country Club Rd

Peach Rd
Alan St

Peach Rd

Quince Rd

Poppy Rd

Pear Trl

S t J os eph Valley P kwy

Poppy Rd

Whitesell Dr

Bell St

Quince Rd

Rose Rd

Pear Rd

Rice Rd

Mayflower Rd

Primrose Rd

Quince Rd

Ros ewo od Rd

Rose Rd

Sage Rd

Sage Rd

Spirea Rd

Rush Rd

Sycamore Rd

Strawberry Rd

Tulip Rd

Hucklebe rry Rd

Snowberry Rd

Willow Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Snowberry Rd
Smilax Rd

Wintergreen Rd

Tamarack Rd

Tr
l
ag
o
Ch
ic

Walnut Rd

Spruce Rd

Timothy Rd

Race St

Timothy Rd

Willow Rd

Tamarack Rd

Timothy Rd

County Line Rd

County Line Rd
County LIne Rd

Lemon Rd

v en

Ireland Rd

Jackson Rd

RL

La ke St

Fulmer RD

DA
YT

15
Se

D R AG

Pokagon St

y
McKin ley Hw

14

TWELFTH ST

Douglas Rd

Dunn Rd

DAY RD

Brummit Rd

I-80 HWY

Cleveland Rd

Early Rd

L INDE N AVE
N WA Y
L INC OL
FOURTH ST

Hwy

Tyler Rd

05-Harris

C eda r Tr

PL

Brem en

Tyler Rd

Sag ewo od Dr

TR INI T Y P

n Trl

Shively Rd

Lin
dy
Dr

Anderson Rd

Kelly Rd

Leeper Rd

Riley Rd

HW

F ir Rd

Battles St

23

6
Watson Rd

14-Union

Quinn Rd

Map #9

16

ad

lk e
l

Osborne Rd

ad

TY DR

Van Nuys Rd

rS

Wa

Union Rd

Ty
le

e r Ln
aj

6 Hw y

Stanton Rd

US

Tyler Rd

Smith Rd

Pky

07-Lincoln

Towle Rd

Pierce Rd

Shively Rd

Villa ger

Osborne Rd

o
eR

MC KINLEY AVE

r
op D

Sm ith Tr

Martin dale Rd

a
St

D A Y RD
PA
R

Jefferson Blvd

ill t

Tr

Rankert Rd

01-Centre

Madison Rd

Mille r Rd

Roose velt Rd

Layton Rd

T rl

R id ge

Brick Rd

DOUGLAS RD

Renfrew Dr

Sun dale Ave

Whitmer St

g
Huntin

LOWELL AVE

Vine St

Tr

rt

Kern Rd

Widen er Ln

ke

Po

Rockstroh Rd

Johnson Rd

n Dr
B yr o
Dr
lp ine

Adams Rd

UNIV ERSI
I-80 HWY

Dr

Wall St

wood Ln

McKinley Ave

e
Wils on Av

12

E c kman S t

e n Rd

ne
ck
Ro

Cedar St

si

Leeper Rd

Jackson Rd

Roose velt Rd

be

06-Liberty

Quincy Rd

ve

d e Bl v
d

La

La

Ireland Rd

rth

Quinn Rd

Riley Rd

Shively Rd

11

ie
air
Pr
Ewing Ave

Pk

D ard

No

State Road 4 HWY

Li

Osborne Rd

Va
ll e
y

18

Fellow St

rl

St Josep h St

rne T

Kelly Rd

Ic e T
rl

A ve

New Rd

04-Greene

Layton Rd

Trl

Hw

ep

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La

O sbo

Li

Kline Trl

rt y
be

Jo
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LaSalle Ave

Ba y

Douglas Rd

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Corby Blvd

Ni

Trl

Calvert St

St

Colfax Ave

Sample St
Mea dow Ln
Tucker Dr

12-Portage

Ford St

Ang el a Blv d

Sco tt St

wn

13

Kintz Ave

12-Portage
ve
Pa rk A

um
Cr

sto

Linden Ave

Pl

Johnson Rd

Jackson Rd

Westmoor St

Mo rea u Dr

Inwood Rd

Cr

wy

Rd

Henry Rd

nH

10

Burke St

Pendle St

o
wo
Ingle e
Av
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Pear Rd

Grove St

Bur

to n Dr

02-Clay

8 Cleveland Rd
rt
Po

Grant Rd

ow
um st

d
ge R

Western Ave

wD
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03-German

Ardm o
re Tr l

Mays Rd

Lathrop St

M os s Rd

15-Warren

Harrison Rd

Hurd Rd

03-German

Edison Rd

Lake vie

Ashard Dr

Boland Dr

Oliv e

Gordon Rd

Henry Rd

Grant Rd

Brick Rd

ta
Po r

State Road 2 HWY

Rd

Tr

Eaton Rd

Filmore Rd

ce

n
to

10-Olive

03-German

03-German

Pack Trl

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Early Rd

Adams Rd

L il ac R d

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Edison Rd

Early Rd

Qu i n

Ha

17

Darden Rd

w
L in co ln

Rd

Arch St

rl

Fron t St

en

B ar r y k no ll Wa y

Fox Trl

nT

Darden Rd

Al
d

I-80 HWY

State Line Rd
Dres d e n Dr

Post Rd

o
ilt

State Line Rd

Arbor Pointe Dr

B r u sh T r l

Clov er Rd

Auten Rd

HW

I-8 0

Red wood Rd

State Line Rd

Reed Rd

50

08-Madison
Patterson Rd

Quarles Rd
Riley Rd

Shively Rd
Stanton Rd

Tyler Rd

Proposed Satellite Locations as of 11-6-14


Information shown on this map is not warranted for accuracy or merchantability. Reproduction
of this material is not possible without the written permission of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Coordinate grid is based on Indiana State Plane Coordinate system 1983 North American Datum-dimensions are in feet.

2_mile

01-Centre

address_cl

03-German

0902-Mish

05-Harris

0904-Mish

02-Clay

0901-Mish

04-Greene

0903-Mish

06-Liberty

0905-Mish

08-Madison

1301-SB

07-Lincoln
10-Olive
11-Penn

12-Portage
14-Union

15-Warren

0906-Mish
1302-SB
1303-SB
1304-SB
1305-SB
1306-SB

51

Map 10: Satellite Absentee Voting Center Locations


And Three-Mile Radius Around Each Location

Watson Rd

Elk T
rl
Jefferson Rd

Fir Rd

11-Penn

y Pk
wy
St J

d
Roosevelt Rd

Ash Rd
Byrd Rd

Apple Rd

Neely St

Beehler Rd

Apple Rd

Idlewoo d Dr

Inwood Rd

Jackson Rd

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Roosevelt Rd

Rd

Roosevelt Rd

1 - Charles Martin Youth Center - 55,165


2 - County City Building - 60,882
3 - County Services Building - 57,016
Available for 2015
4 - Goodwill Industries of Michiana Inc - 48,153 Not
Available for 2016
5 - Kroc Center South Bend - 55,830
6 - SJCPL Centre TWP Branch - 20,409
7 - SJCPL Francis Branch - 35,828
8 - SJCPL German TWP Branch - 28,323
9 - SJCPL Lakeville Branch - 2,223
10 - SJCPL LaSalle Branch - 37,418
11 - SJCPL North Liberty Branch - 2,225
12 - SJCPL Tutt Branch - 58,425
13 - SJCPL Western Branch - 28,481
14 - Mishawaka Fraternal Order of Police Post #91 - 47,298
15 - Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Bittersweet - 21,282
16 - Mishawaka Penn Harris Library Harris - 18,629
17 - New Carlisle Olive Township Library - 2,269
18 - Transpo Transfer Center - 61,375

Layton Rd
Madison Rd

Dogwood Rd

Cedar Rd

Martindale Rd

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

Ash Rd

Elm Rd

Fir Rd
Gumwood Rd

Hickory Rd
Miami Hwy

Juniper Rd

Tyler Rd

Ironwood Rd

Linden Rd

Rockstroh Rd

Rd

Beech Rd

Hawthor n e

Ironwood Rd
Ivy Rd

Juniper Rd

Kenilworth Rd

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Third St Superior St

Kelly Rd

Pierce Rd

Quinn Rd

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Grass Rd

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Ireland Rd

Beech Rd

Penn Rd

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Birch Rd

Austin St

Early Rd

NT

RL

Basswood Rd

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Buckeye Rd

Pokagon St

Ash Rd

Bittersweet Rd
DA
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Blackberry Rd

Clover Rd

FIR RD

Trl

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Birch Rd

Cherry Rd

Dunn Rd

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C E DA R

SPRIN G ST
MAIN ST
UNION ST

WELLS ST

35th St

LOGAN ST

DALE AVE

IRONWOOD DR

Ironwood Dr

York Rd

Miami Rd

Douglas Rd

CEDAR RD

Elder Rd
ELDER RD

ST

Elm Rd

Fir Rd

FIR RD

Filbert Rd

GRAPE RD

BYRKIT AVE FIR RD Fir Rd


CLOVER RD
Clover Rd
HOME ST

30th St

Currant Rd Currant Rd

Gumwood Rd

Leo St

Hickory Rd
Avan elle St

Grape Rd

Hazel Rd

Martin Ln

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Lily Rd

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Franklin St

Michigan St
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Grant St

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Cleveland Rd

Nicar Rd

1 Hw

Shively Rd

DAY RD

Brummit Rd

I-80 HWY

Kern Rd

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Mulberry Rd

Riley Rd

Pine Rd

Primrose Rd

Kendall St

Grant St

Gertrude St

Lee Rd

Maple Rd

Millet Rd
Quinn Rd

Quince Rd

Laurel Rd

Iowa St
Bendix Dr
Elliott St
Meade St
Olive St
Elmer St
Huey St
Warren St
Brookfield St
St
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St
Harris St Birdsell
Arnold St
Allen St

Sheridan St

Illinois St
Falcon St

Myrtle Rd

Millet Rd

Mulberry Rd
Oak Rd

Sycamore Rd
Sycamore Rd

Redwood Rd

Tamarack Rd

Locust Rd

Orange Rd

Hwy

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Pecan Rd
Primro s e Rd La y
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Snowberry Rd

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Tyler Rd

Poplar Rd

Timothy Rd
6 Hw y

Tyler Rd

Stanton Rd

Osborne Rd

Pierce Rd

Shively Rd

Fulmer RD

Hwy

Towle Rd

US

Smith Rd

Battles St

14

TWELFTH ST

Brem en

07-Lincoln

Rankert Rd

LOWELL AVE

New Rd

Tr

Rockstroh Rd

RK

PL

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Tr

Quincy Rd

PA

MC KINLEY AVE

McKinley Ave

Anderson Rd

05-Harris

Madison Rd

Miller Rd

Martin dale Rd

Martindale Rd

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06-Liberty

T RI NI T Y P

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Leeper Rd

Shively Rd

11

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01-Centre

Madison Rd

Osborne Rd

Corby Blvd
Sorin St

Renfrew Dr

Sun dale Ave

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Riley Rd

Sm ith Tr

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Whitmer St

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Leland St
Kenilworth Rd

Moreau Ct

Buick St

Oak Rd Oak Rd
Elmer Ave

Orchid Rd

Pine Rd Dorn St

Peggy Dr

Mayflower Rd

Market St

Ireland Rd

Linden Rd
Ke
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St Josep h Valley Pk wy

Olive Rd

Poppy Rd

Country Club Rd

Peach Rd
Alan St

Peach Rd

Quince Rd

Poppy Rd

Pear Trl

Mayflower Rd

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Whitesell Dr

Bell St

Quince Rd

Pear Rd

Rose Rd

Quince Rd

Ros ewo od Rd

Rice Rd

Rush Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Strawberry Rd

Olive Rd

Rose Rd

Sage Rd

Sage Rd
Spirea Rd

Hucklebe rry Rd

Tulip Rd

Willow Rd

Sycamore Rd

Tamarack Rd

Snowberry Rd
Smilax Rd

Wintergreen Rd

Timothy Rd

Snowberry Rd

Race St

Spirea Rd

Reed Rd
Tr
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Ch
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Spruce Rd

Walnut Rd

Timothy Rd

County Line Rd
County LIne Rd

Lemon Rd

Willow Rd

Pk
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Cedar St

Brick Rd

I-80 HWY

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Colfax Ave

Ford St

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12-Portage

Kinyon St

Westmoor St

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Kintz Ave

Pendle St

Sco tt St

Jackson Rd

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Pear Rd

Harrison Rd

Hurd Rd

Henry Rd

Western Ave

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Lathrop St

Oliv e

Gordon Rd

15-Warren
Lake vie

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State Road 2 HWY

Early Rd

Boland Dr

03-German

Edison Rd

Mays Rd

8 Cleveland Rd

Mos s R d

Filmore Rd

Pack Trl

Brick Rd Ashard Dr

L ila c R d

Eaton Rd

03-German

03-German

Brick Rd

Rd

Tr

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Grant Rd

W est HW Y
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Po r

Edison Rd

Early Rd

Darden Rd

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B a rr y k n o l l W a y

Villa ger

Timothy Rd

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Darden Rd

Al

I-80 HWY

State Line Rd
Dre s d en Dr

Arch St

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Layden St

Fox Trl

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Auten Rd

HW

Arbor Pointe Dr

B r us h T r l

Post Rd

m
I-8 0

Red wood Rd

Clov er Rd

State Line Rd

County Line Rd

52

08-Madison
Patterson Rd

Quarles Rd
Riley Rd

Shively Rd
Stanton Rd

Tyler Rd

Proposed Satellite Locations as of 11-6-14


Information shown on this map is not warranted for accuracy or merchantability. Reproduction
of this material is not possible without the written permission of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Coordinate grid is based on Indiana State Plane Coordinate system 1983 North American Datum-dimensions are in feet.

3_mile

01-Centre

address_cl

03-German

0902-Mish

05-Harris

0904-Mish

02-Clay

0901-Mish

04-Greene

0903-Mish

06-Liberty

0905-Mish

08-Madison

1301-SB

07-Lincoln
10-Olive
11-Penn

12-Portage
14-Union

15-Warren

0906-Mish
1302-SB
1303-SB
1304-SB
1305-SB
1306-SB

rl

53

APPENDICES

54

Appendix A: List Of Present St. Joseph County Precincts

55

State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


ST. JOSEPH COUNTY
Precinct
010001

Split

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

1,000

193

1,193

1,000

193

1,193

839

110

949

839

110

949

864

130

994

864

130

994

782

161

943

782

161

943

880

232

1,112

880

232

1,112

399

116

515

399

116

515

803

150

953

803

150

953

463

78

541

463

78

541

774

185

959

774

185

959

801

211

1,012

801

211

1,012

Precinct Subtotal

Pending

Incomplete

010002
0
Precinct Subtotal
010003
0
Precinct Subtotal
010004
0
Precinct Subtotal
010005
0
Precinct Subtotal
020001
0
Precinct Subtotal
020002
0
Precinct Subtotal
020003
0
Precinct Subtotal
020004
0
Precinct Subtotal
020005
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
020006

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

832

198

1,030

22

832

198

1,030

22

1,044

186

1,230

1,044

186

1,230

910

281

1,191

910

281

1,191

1,043

143

1,186

1,043

143

1,186

733

156

889

733

156

889

854

283

1,137

854

283

1,137

624

106

730

624

106

730

927

233

1,160

927

233

1,160

721

749

1,470

721

749

1,470

622

81

703

622

81

703

Pending

Incomplete

020007
0
Precinct Subtotal
020008
0
Precinct Subtotal
020009
0
Precinct Subtotal
020010
0
Precinct Subtotal
020011
0
Precinct Subtotal
020012
0
Precinct Subtotal
020013
0
Precinct Subtotal
020014
0
Precinct Subtotal
020015
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
020016

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

732

129

861

732

129

861

827

188

1,015

827

188

1,015

332

72

404

332

72

404

754

77

831

754

77

831

1,049

206

1,255

1,049

206

1,255

867

235

1,102

867

235

1,102

101

12

113

101

12

113

1,062

183

1,245

1,062

183

1,245

325

190

515

325

190

515

786

100

886

786

100

886

Pending

Incomplete

020017
0
Precinct Subtotal
020018
0
Precinct Subtotal
020019
0
Precinct Subtotal
020020
0
Precinct Subtotal
020021
0
Precinct Subtotal
020022
0
Precinct Subtotal
020023
0
Precinct Subtotal
020024
0
Precinct Subtotal
020025
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
030001

Split

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

1,110

142

1,252

1,110

142

1,252

1,007

65

1,072

1,007

65

1,072

206

86

292

206

86

292

884

101

985

884

101

985

766

76

842

766

76

842

690

80

770

690

80

770

756

65

821

756

65

821

801

271

1,072

801

271

1,072

851

310

1,161

851

310

1,161

603

222

825

603

222

825

Precinct Subtotal

Pending

Incomplete

030002
0
Precinct Subtotal
030003
0
Precinct Subtotal
030004
0
Precinct Subtotal
040001
0
Precinct Subtotal
040002
0
Precinct Subtotal
040003
0
Precinct Subtotal
050001
0
Precinct Subtotal
050002
0
Precinct Subtotal
050003
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
050004

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

737

130

867

737

130

867

908

119

1,027

908

119

1,027

848

258

1,106

848

258

1,106

929

94

1,023

929

94

1,023

1,133

97

1,230

1,133

97

1,230

601

147

748

601

147

748

932

263

1,195

932

263

1,195

933

350

1,283

933

350

1,283

984

175

1,159

984

175

1,159

1,016

187

1,203

1,016

187

1,203

Pending

Incomplete

050005
0
Precinct Subtotal
050006
0
Precinct Subtotal
050007
0
Precinct Subtotal
050008
0
Precinct Subtotal
050009
0
Precinct Subtotal
050010
0
Precinct Subtotal
050011
0
Precinct Subtotal
050012
0
Precinct Subtotal
050013
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
050014

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

900

228

1,128

900

228

1,128

561

94

655

561

94

655

473

184

657

473

184

657

931

132

1,063

931

132

1,063

882

190

1,072

882

190

1,072

612

88

700

612

88

700

640

60

700

640

60

700

555

45

600

555

45

600

WARD 2

261

31

292

WARD 4

92

87

179

353

118

471

WARD 1

358

48

406

WARD 2

55

61

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Pending

Incomplete

050015
0
Precinct Subtotal
050016
0
Precinct Subtotal
050017
0
Precinct Subtotal
060001
0
Precinct Subtotal
060002
0
Precinct Subtotal
060003
0
Precinct Subtotal
070001
0
Precinct Subtotal
070002

Precinct Subtotal
070003

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
070003

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

WARD 3

390

48

438

WARD 4

27

30

830

105

935

1,046

141

1,187

1,046

141

1,187

643

244

887

643

244

887

759

231

990

759

231

990

189

75

264

189

75

264

941

140

1,081

Split

Precinct Subtotal

Pending

Incomplete

080001
0
Precinct Subtotal
090101
0
Precinct Subtotal
090102
MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST
Precinct Subtotal
090103
0
Precinct Subtotal
090104
MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST
PHM SCHOOL DIST
Precinct Subtotal

92

96

1,033

144

1,177

940

289

1,229

940

289

1,229

820

277

1,097

95

26

121

915

303

1,218

297

61

358

297

61

358

090105
0
Precinct Subtotal
090106
MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST
PHM SCHOOL DIST
Precinct Subtotal
090201
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
090202

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

614

78

692

614

78

692

MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST

392

58

450

PHM SCHOOL DIST

562

33

595

954

91

1,045

MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST

446

78

524

PHM SCHOOL DIST

492

90

582

938

168

1,106

580

220

800

580

220

800

621

465

1,086

15

621

465

1,086

15

818

154

972

818

154

972

542

76

618

542

76

618

823

152

975

823

152

975

483

325

808

483

325

808

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Pending

Incomplete

090203

Precinct Subtotal
090204

Precinct Subtotal
090205
0
Precinct Subtotal
090206
0
Precinct Subtotal
090207
0
Precinct Subtotal
090208
0
Precinct Subtotal
090301
0
Precinct Subtotal
090302
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
090303

Split
MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

746

177

923

746

177

923

844

121

965

844

121

965

888

156

1,044

888

156

1,044

143

17

160

143

17

160

631

122

753

631

122

753

745

73

818

745

73

818

476

194

670

476

194

670

506

256

762

506

256

762

349

108

457

349

108

457

667

133

800

667

133

800

Pending

Incomplete

090304
0
Precinct Subtotal
090305
0
Precinct Subtotal
090306
0
Precinct Subtotal
090307
0
Precinct Subtotal
090401
0
Precinct Subtotal
090402
0
Precinct Subtotal
090403
0
Precinct Subtotal
090404
0
Precinct Subtotal
090405
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
090406

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

890

208

1,098

890

208

1,098

512

375

887

512

375

887

469

72

541

469

72

541

84

89

735

443

1,178

819

448

1,267

516

76

592

516

76

592

349

468

817

349

468

817

424

37

461

97

57

154

521

94

615

803

170

973

803

170

973

500

195

695

500

195

695

210

14

224

Pending

Incomplete

090407
0
Precinct Subtotal
090501
0
Precinct Subtotal
090502
MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST
PHM SCHOOL DIST
Precinct Subtotal
090503
PHM SCHOOL DIST
Precinct Subtotal
090504
0
Precinct Subtotal
090505
MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST
PHM SCHOOL DIST
Precinct Subtotal
090506
0
Precinct Subtotal
090507
0
Precinct Subtotal
090601
MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
090601

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

543

337

880

753

351

1,104

MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST

236

159

395

PHM SCHOOL DIST

605

84

689

841

243

1,084

370

678

1,048

370

678

1,048

494

432

926

494

432

926

475

609

1,084

475

609

1,084

917

413

1,330

24

917

413

1,330

24

423

56

479

423

56

479

1,010

316

1,326

1,010

316

1,326

599

72

671

599

72

671

613

92

705

613

92

705

Split
PHM SCHOOL DIST
Precinct Subtotal

Pending

Incomplete

090602

Precinct Subtotal
090603
0
Precinct Subtotal
090604
0
Precinct Subtotal
090605
0
Precinct Subtotal
090606
0
Precinct Subtotal
100001
0
Precinct Subtotal
100002
0
Precinct Subtotal
100003
0
Precinct Subtotal
100004
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
110001

Split

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

1,084

223

1,307

1,084

223

1,307

672

113

785

672

113

785

1,153

147

1,300

1,159

149

1,308

WARD 1

572

71

643

WARD 2

450

81

531

WARD 3

372

109

481

1,394

261

1,655

MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST

156

37

193

PHM SCHOOL DIST

649

123

772

805

160

965

663

112

775

663

112

775

727

101

828

727

101

828

1,019

112

1,131

1,019

112

1,131

752

93

845

752

93

845

Precinct Subtotal

Pending

Incomplete

110002
0
Precinct Subtotal
110003
MISHAWAKA SCHOOL DIST
PHM SCHOOL DIST
Precinct Subtotal
110004

Precinct Subtotal
110005

Precinct Subtotal
110006
0
Precinct Subtotal
110007
0
Precinct Subtotal
110008
0
Precinct Subtotal
110009
0
Precinct Subtotal

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67

State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
110010

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

733

142

875

733

142

875

872

98

970

872

98

970

691

89

780

691

89

780

75

79

75

79

523

53

576

523

53

576

965

112

1,077

965

112

1,077

980

143

1,123

980

143

1,123

1,190

122

1,312

1,190

122

1,312

871

359

1,230

871

359

1,230

927

73

1,000

927

73

1,000

Pending

Incomplete

110011
0
Precinct Subtotal
110012
0
Precinct Subtotal
110013
0
Precinct Subtotal
110014
0
Precinct Subtotal
110015
0
Precinct Subtotal
110016
0
Precinct Subtotal
110017
0
Precinct Subtotal
120001
0
Precinct Subtotal
120002
0
Precinct Subtotal

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68

State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
120003

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

493

36

529

493

36

529

665

25

690

665

25

690

664

64

728

664

64

728

891

477

1,368

891

477

1,368

848

213

1,061

848

213

1,061

736

255

991

10

736

255

991

10

682

442

1,124

682

442

1,124

777

233

1,010

777

233

1,010

772

144

916

772

144

916

589

261

850

589

261

850

Pending

Incomplete

120004
0
Precinct Subtotal
120005
0
Precinct Subtotal
130101
0
Precinct Subtotal
130102
0
Precinct Subtotal
130103
0
Precinct Subtotal
130104
0
Precinct Subtotal
130105
0
Precinct Subtotal
130106
0
Precinct Subtotal
130107
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
130108

Split

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

1,026

219

1,245

1,026

219

1,245

545

87

632

545

87

632

967

142

1,109

967

142

1,109

278

48

326

278

48

326

861

150

1,011

861

150

1,011

669

351

1,020

669

351

1,020

900

278

1,178

900

278

1,178

779

412

1,191

779

412

1,191

1,001

400

1,401

1,001

400

1,401

504

294

798

504

294

798

Precinct Subtotal

Pending

Incomplete

130109
0
Precinct Subtotal
130110
0
Precinct Subtotal
130111
0
Precinct Subtotal
130112
0
Precinct Subtotal
130114
0
Precinct Subtotal
130115
0
Precinct Subtotal
130201
0
Precinct Subtotal
130202
0
Precinct Subtotal
130203
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
130204

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

778

432

1,210

778

432

1,210

955

276

1,231

955

276

1,231

751

232

983

751

232

983

490

41

531

490

41

531

709

398

1,107

709

398

1,107

894

178

1,072

894

178

1,072

990

74

1,064

990

74

1,064

919

280

1,199

919

280

1,199

681

308

989

681

308

989

768

266

1,034

768

266

1,034

Pending

Incomplete

130205
0
Precinct Subtotal
130206
0
Precinct Subtotal
130207
0
Precinct Subtotal
130208
0
Precinct Subtotal
130209
0
Precinct Subtotal
130210
0
Precinct Subtotal
130211
0
Precinct Subtotal
130301
0
Precinct Subtotal
130302
0
Precinct Subtotal

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71

State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
130303

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

422

246

668

422

246

668

624

201

825

624

201

825

870

193

1,063

870

193

1,063

724

255

979

724

255

979

997

157

1,154

997

157

1,154

557

181

738

557

181

738

1,085

133

1,218

1,085

133

1,218

549

72

621

549

72

621

856

272

1,128

856

272

1,128

629

257

886

629

257

886

Pending

Incomplete

130304
0
Precinct Subtotal
130305
0
Precinct Subtotal
130306
0
Precinct Subtotal
130307
0
Precinct Subtotal
130308
0
Precinct Subtotal
130309
0
Precinct Subtotal
130310
0
Precinct Subtotal
130311
0
Precinct Subtotal
130312
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
130313

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

748

419

1,167

748

419

1,167

518

99

617

518

99

617

610

70

680

610

70

680

908

290

1,198

908

290

1,198

761

239

1,000

761

239

1,000

547

89

636

547

89

636

536

485

1,021

536

485

1,021

443

140

583

443

140

583

434

481

915

434

481

915

453

407

860

453

407

860

Pending

Incomplete

130314
0
Precinct Subtotal
130401
0
Precinct Subtotal
130402
0
Precinct Subtotal
130403
0
Precinct Subtotal
130404
0
Precinct Subtotal
130405
0
Precinct Subtotal
130406
0
Precinct Subtotal
130407
0
Precinct Subtotal
130408
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
130409

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

497

168

665

497

168

665

584

245

829

584

245

829

688

74

762

688

74

762

782

378

1,160

782

378

1,160

103

11

114

103

11

114

739

121

860

739

121

860

611

128

739

611

128

739

467

103

570

467

103

570

845

388

1,233

845

388

1,233

351

60

411

351

60

411

Pending

Incomplete

130410
0
Precinct Subtotal
130411
0
Precinct Subtotal
130412
0
Precinct Subtotal
130413
0
Precinct Subtotal
130414
0
Precinct Subtotal
130415
0
Precinct Subtotal
130416
0
Precinct Subtotal
130417
0
Precinct Subtotal
130501
0
Precinct Subtotal

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74

State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
130502

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

559

224

783

559

224

783

518

116

634

518

116

634

584

165

749

584

165

749

474

44

518

474

44

518

546

55

601

546

55

601

528

144

672

528

144

672

838

101

939

838

101

939

497

132

629

497

132

629

821

96

917

821

96

917

789

100

889

789

100

889

Pending

Incomplete

130503
0
Precinct Subtotal
130504
0
Precinct Subtotal
130505
0
Precinct Subtotal
130506
0
Precinct Subtotal
130507
0
Precinct Subtotal
130508
0
Precinct Subtotal
130509
0
Precinct Subtotal
130510
0
Precinct Subtotal
130511
0
Precinct Subtotal

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75

State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
130512

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

556

110

666

556

110

666

875

114

989

875

114

989

948

313

1,261

948

313

1,261

849

49

898

849

49

898

809

164

973

809

164

973

743

39

782

743

39

782

909

372

1,281

909

372

1,281

780

255

1,035

780

255

1,035

920

344

1,264

920

344

1,264

692

106

798

692

106

798

Pending

Incomplete

130513
0
Precinct Subtotal
130514
0
Precinct Subtotal
130515
0
Precinct Subtotal
130516
0
Precinct Subtotal
130517
0
Precinct Subtotal
130601
0
Precinct Subtotal
130602
0
Precinct Subtotal
130603
0
Precinct Subtotal
130604
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
130605

Split
0
Precinct Subtotal

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

527

117

644

527

117

644

895

262

1,157

895

262

1,157

903

159

1,062

903

159

1,062

862

310

1,172

862

310

1,172

678

42

720

678

42

720

839

196

1,035

839

196

1,035

856

53

909

856

53

909

1,044

81

1,125

1,044

81

1,125

401

166

567

401

166

567

Pending

Incomplete

130606
0
Precinct Subtotal
130607
0
Precinct Subtotal
130608
0
Precinct Subtotal
130609
0
Precinct Subtotal
130610
0
Precinct Subtotal
130611
0
Precinct Subtotal
140001
0
Precinct Subtotal
140002
0
Precinct Subtotal
140003
0
Precinct Subtotal

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State of Indiana Voter Status Counts by Precinct and Split


Precinct
150001

Split

Active

Inactive

Total
Current
Voters

1,018

129

1,147

1,018

129

1,147

1,090

101

1,191

1,090

101

1,191

858

88

946

858

88

946

960

88

1,048

960

88

1,048

1,057

66

1,123

1,057

66

1,123

408

26

434

408

26

434

160,499

40,626

201,125

735

22

Precinct Subtotal

Pending

Incomplete

150002
0
Precinct Subtotal
150003
0
Precinct Subtotal
150004
0
Precinct Subtotal
150005
0
Precinct Subtotal
150006
0
Precinct Subtotal

ST. JOSEPH County Totals

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79

Appendix B: League Of Women Voters Of The South Bend Area Proposal

80

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF THE SOUTH


BEND AREA PROPOSAL FOR ASSISTANCE TO THE
VOTE CENTER COMMITTEE OF ST. JOSEPH
COUNTY, INDIANA
The League of Women Voters of the South Bend Area (LWVSBA) has been asked to
assist the Vote Center Committee of St. Joseph County (VCC) with three components
of the Vote Center Plan (VCP). To-wit: 1. Organization and implementation of
public forums; 2. Facilitation of presentations to community organizations; 3.
Development and implementation of an assessment tool for post-election
evaluation of the efficacy of vote centers.

OVERVIEW
Although the LWVSBA has not taken a position on whether or not vote centers are
good for the voters of St. Joseph County it remains committed to voter education and
engagement. To that end, the LWVSBA proposes to assist the Vote Center Committee
with the public education and assessment portions of the Vote Center Plan.
Public Forums
The LWVSBA will identify locations and facilitate public forums.
The VCC will provide educational materials for LWVSBA use. If LWVSBA makes the
presentation, at least two members of the VCC shall be present to answer questions.
This educational component will be repeated for the 2016 election cycle.

Civic Organization Speaking Engagements


The VCC will provide educational materials for LWVSBA to utilize (i.e. Power Point
presentation, handouts).
LWVSBA volunteers will make presentations and provide resources for further
information (i.e. website address, handouts, telephone numbers).
The VCC will work with the LWVSBA to identify appropriate civic groups to schedule for
educational visits.
This educational component will be repeated for the 2016 cycle.

81
Post-Election Assessment and Evaluation
The League feels strongly that it is the organization best equipped to assess the strengths
and weaknesses of the plan after the first election. The non-partisan status of the
organization makes it uniquely prepared to view the post-election data from a votercentric eye. It is with this in mind that the LWVSBA feels it is essential that the
assessment portion of the plan should be repeated after the 2016 election. To get a
true sense of whether or not the vote centers are serving the voters effectively, the
LWVSBA feels it is valuable to re-assess the vote centers again after a National election.
The LWVSBA will perform exit surveys of voters at vote center locations.
The LWVSBA will perform a statistical analysis of voting trends and voter turnout.
The LWVSBA will interview a focus group of non-voters.
The LWVSBA will require access to post-election voter files for both the subject election as
well as the previous election in order be able to make a comprehensive and effective
evaluation of voter turnout and trends.
The LWVSBA will make a post-election report to the VCC (or other appropriate committee)
outlining the successes and failures of the vote center plan as implemented this cycle.
The VCC will take steps to ensure the post-election recommendations of the LWVSBA are
implemented.
The LWVSBA would repeat this evaluation after the 2016 election.

CONCLUSION
In addition to the specifics outlined above, the LWVSBA is requesting reimbursement
of any and all reasonable costs incurred by its participation with the prior approval of
the VCC or other appropriate committee.
Although the LWVSBA has no official position on the efficacy of vote centers in St.
Joseph County, the League has always maintained the importance of educating
voters and encouraging them to exercise their right to vote. It is to that end, that the
LWVSBA submits this proposal to the Vote Center Committee of St. Joseph County.

82

Appendix C: County Commissioners Resolution Approving Designation Of


St. Joseph County As A Vote Center County

83
THE ACTUAL RESOLUTION WILL REPLACE THIS SAMPLE

Sample Commissioners Resolution


Resolution 2014-_____
A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE DESIGNATION OF ST. JOSEPH COUNTY AS A VOTE
CENTER COUNTY
WHEREAS, Indiana Code 3-11-18.1 allows counties to adopt the vote center model and;
WHEREAS, the County Board of Commissioners of St. Joseph County approves the
designation of St. Joseph County as vote center county and;
WHEREAS, the county election board has the responsibility for properly drafting a vote center
plan for St. Joseph County, which will take effect upon unanimous vote of the county election
board and having the plan is properly filed with the Indiana Election Division;
BE IT SO RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF ST. JOSEPH COUNTY
that St. Joseph County is approved to operate as a vote center county, upon the
required approval and filing of the county vote center plan.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF ST. JOSEPH COUNTY
AYES

NAYS

____________________________
NAME

_____________________________
NAME

____________________________
NAME

_____________________________
NAME

_____________________________
NAME

_____________________________
NAME

Adopted this ___________________ of ______________, ________________


ATTEST:
________________________________________________________________________
County Auditor

84

Appendix D: County Council Resolution Approving Designation Of


St. Joseph County As A Vote Center County

85
THE ACTUAL RESOLUTION WILL REPLACE THIS SAMPLE

Sample Council Resolution


Resolution 2014-_____
A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE DESIGNATION OF ST. JOSEPH COUNTY AS A VOTE CENTER
COUNTY
WHEREAS, Indiana Code 3-11-18.1 allows counties to adopt the vote center model and,
WHEREAS, the County Council of St. Joseph County approves the designation of St. Joseph
County as vote center county and,
WHEREAS, the county election board has the responsibility for properly drafting a vote center plan for St. Joseph
County, which will take effect upon unanimous vote of the county election board and having
the plan is properly filed with the Indiana Election Division;
BE IT SO RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY COUNCIL OF ST. JOSEPH COUNTY that St. Joseph County
is approved to operate as a vote center county, upon the required approval and filing
of the county vote center plan.
COUNTY COUNCIL OF ST. JOSEPH COUNTY
AYES
____________________________
NAME
____________________________
NAME
_____________________________
NAME
____________________________
NAME
____________________________
NAME
_____________________________
NAME
_____________________________
NAME

NAYS
_____________________________
NAME
_____________________________
NAME
_____________________________
NAME
_____________________________
NAME
_____________________________
NAME
_____________________________
NAME
_____________________________
NAME

Adopted this __________________________ of ________________ , __________


ATTEST:
County Auditor

86

Appendix E: County Election Board Resolution Unanimously


Approving The Order To Approve The County Vote Center Plan

87

THE ACTUAL RESOLUTION WILL REPLACE THIS SAMPLE

SampleElectionBoardResolution

StateofIndiana
)

)
CountyofSt.Joseph )

BeforetheSt.JosephCountyElectionBoard

WHEREAS, Indiana Code 3-11-18.1 grants permission for any Indiana County that so chooses to implement vote centers
in their county and,
WHEREAS, the St. Joseph County Election Board held public hearings to present a draft plan for the administration of vote
centers in St. Joseph County on the following dates, at the following times and locations:

___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

WHEREAS, after each public hearing, public comment was requested in writing to the Election Board or to
___________@____________.com, and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Indiana Code 3-11-18.1-3(e) the St. Joseph County Election Board awaited public comment on the
draft plan beginning on ______________, 2014 and through ______________, 2014, said ______________ date being at
least thirty (30) days after the first public meeting, and
WHEREAS, public comment was considered, and the draft plan was adopted by the Election Board on this date, said date
being at least 60 days prior to the use of the vote center plan for the 20__ primary election, and
WHEREAS, the St. Joseph County County Election Board so approves the St. Joseph County plan for the implementation of
vote centers in St. Joseph County,
BE IT THEREFORE ORDERED BY THE ST. JOSEPH COUNTY ELECTION BOARD:
The Election Board of St. Joseph County adopts the Order to approve the County Vote Center Plan, which is
incorporated in this Order by reference.

88

Appendix F: County Election Board Resolution Approving


Central Counting Of Absentee Ballots

89
THE ACTUAL RESOLUTION WILL REPLACE THIS SAMPLE

Sample Central Count Resolution


State of Indiana
County of St. Joseph

)
)
)

Before the St. Joseph County Election Board

Whereas, IC 3-11.5-1-1.1 (the state law permitting the central counting of absentee ballots)
applies to a county whose county election board adopts a resolution by unanimous vote of the
boards entire membership pursuant to IC 3-11.5.6-1;
Whereas, the St. Joseph County Election Board has determined that absentee ballots in the
county will cast on ballot cards (and not on paper ballots) and that, as a result, IC 3-11.5-6-1
would be the applicable statute for the adoption of a central count resolution by the board;
Whereas, the St. Joseph County Election Board has determined that the adoption of a
resolution for the central counting of absentee ballots would be beneficial in the administration
of elections in the county;
Whereas, the approval of this resolution would take place at least sixty (60) days before the
next election at which the central count procedures would be used; and
Whereas, this Resolution has received the unanimous vote of the entire membership of the
Board;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ST. JOSEPH COUNTY ELECTION BOARD:
Section 1. IC 3-11.5-6-1 applies to the counting of absentee ballots in the county, along with
other pertinent provisions of IC 3-11.5.
Section 2. The Secretary of the County Election Board shall immediately file a signed copy of
this Resolution with the Indiana Election Division, a division of the Office of the Indiana
Secretary of State.
Section 3. In accordance with IC 3-11.5-6-1, this Resolution takes effect immediately and may
only be rescinded by unanimous vote of the entire membership of the board.
Adopted this ____ day of _______________, 20___ by all of the members of the St. Joseph
County Election Board.