LWV-BMC is committed to providing citizens with the tools, skills, and information needed to participate in our democracy. If you are informed and engaged, you can make your opinions known via the ballot box. As the nation’s largest and longest-standing grassroots voter registration organization, we work year-round to make sure all eligible Americans have the opportunity to register and vote. Why does this matter? Because every eligible voter should have a fair and equal opportunity to register to vote and to cast their ballot. Millions of Americans miss the opportunity to vote because they don’t know how to register or they miss their state’s deadline to register.
Guide to federal government information and services.
Guide to Indiana state government and services.
Indiana Political Maps
Selection of political and other Indiana maps, including legislative districts.
Guide to Monroe County, Indiana, government.
Guide to Bloomington government.
Guide to Ellettsville government.
Note: Town of Stinesville does not have a website.
Contact clerk-treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 Indiana District Maps
U.S. Congressional Map (scroll down for 2021 map)
General Assembly House Map (scroll down for 2021 map)
General Assembly Senate Map
Elections & Voting
Learn about absentee ballots and how to obtain a ballot.
Current Indiana Candidates
Find out who is running for office in Indiana.
Guide to navigating the federal elections process.
Get Your Birth Certificate
If you do not currently have your birth certificate, this site shows you how to get a copy.
Check Your Registration
You can register to vote, check your registration, and find your polling place here.
Handy one-sheet guide to registration and voting.
Answers to frequently asked questions.
LWV-BMC Election Webpage
Voter Registration Tips
Interested in registering voters? Here are some tips.
Check out this LWV-BMC white paper for a broad range of information on local, state, and federal government.
See links here for local, county, state, and federal governments.
Contact Your Legislator
Remember, your legislature works for you! Here's a list of lawmakers for our area and suggestions on how to contact them.
Writing a Letter to the Editor
Make your voice heard in your local press.
Fact Checking Resources
Take a look at this list of resources that will help sort out the "news" you hear.
Follow that Bill!
Try Open States to follow a bill as it moves through the Indiana legislature or the legislature of other states.