Hurry! If you haven’t registered yet, you have about 7 hours to do so before you will be barred from voting in the Indiana primary. April 9, today, is the last day to register per Indiana election law. If you turn 18 before the November election, follow this link to register online in less than 3 minutes. As long as you turn 18 before the general election, you can vote in the primary.
Don’t think you need to register before the primary deadline? Remember, Richard Mourdock is running against Richard Lugar in a primary battle of national significance. Lugar is a career politician trying to come back from several embarrassing scandals, including one in which he had to repay the government $14,000 after he used public funds to pay for his living accommodations. There’s also an ongoing fight between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum which is yet to be officially decided.
In both cases, your primary vote could be the deciding one: take three minutes to register today before you lose that opportunity forever.