Voter resources

As our namesake Rep. Lee Hamilton reminds us, "the challenge we face as a nation is to revitalize our democracy and its institutions. We need to strengthen representative democracy by restoring the effectiveness of government, rebuild Congress as a functional, co-equal branch of the federal government, and restore confidence in our institutions, public and private."

Voting is the first step.

The Hamilton Lugar School strongly encourages its students to engage in the political process and make their voices heard by voting in the 2020 General Election—whether in Bloomington or via absentee ballot.

Out-of-state voters

If you are not voting in Indiana, visit US Vote Foundation and input your home state to find state-specific deadlines. The US Vote Foundation is a non-partisan non-profit 501 voter assistance and civic tech organization that helps American citizens, domestically, overseas or in the military, participate in elections.

College students may only register at one of two places: the address where they live while attending school or the address where they live while not attending school.