Mount St. Joseph University

General Election Polling Location Shuttle

Service Learning, Student Life

By: Keith Lanser

File Under: civic engagement, service learning

Mount St. Joseph University's Service Learning Office will be transporting students to polling locations on Election Day. 


When: Election Day, November 8th, 2016

Departure Times: 6:30AM, 10:30AM, 12:30PM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM, 6:30PM

Who: All students may utilize the polling location shuttle at no cost. 

Where: The shuttle will leave from the Seton Center Lobby. Please arrive to the Seton Center Lobby at least 15 minutes before your departure. We will drive to any polling location located within in I-275 loop. 

How: Please bring your form of voter identification and your polling location address to ensure an effecient departure. Note: If you take the shuttle to your polling location, you must return to the Mount on the shuttle after you vote. 

 

Election Day FAQs: 

What kind of voter identification will I need on election day?

  • Ohio: All voters must bring ID to vote in person. Bring one of the following with you to vote: an unexpired Ohio driver’s license or ID, and unexpired photo ID issued by Ohio or the US government that includes your name and current address, a military ID, a current utility bill/ bank statement/ paycheck/ government check that includes your name and current address, or any government document that shows your name and address.
  • Kentucky: All voters must bring ID to vote in person. Bring one of the following with you to vote: driver’s license, social security card, ID issued by the US government, ID issued by the Kentucky government with your picture and signature, or any ID with your picture and signature.
  • Indiana: All voters must bring ID to vote in person. Be sure to bring an ID that meets these 4 requirements: displays your photo, displays your name, has an expiration date that shows the ID hasn’t expired or expired after November 4, 2014 (Military ID is not required to have an expiration date), is issued by Indiana or the US government. Examples of ID that meet this criteria are: Indiana driver’s license, Indiana photo ID card, Military ID, or a US passport.

How do I find my polling location? 

  • Ohio: You can check your voter registration and/or find your voting precinct and polling location here.
  • Kentucky: You can check your voter registration and/or find your voting precinct and polling location here.
  • Indiana: You can check your voter registration and/or find your voting precinct and polling location here.

What issues/ candidates will be on my ballot? 

  • Ohio: You can view your sample ballot here.
  • Kentucky: You can view your sample ballot here.
  • Indiana: You can view your sample ballot here.

 

If you have questions about the shuttle, voter identification, polling locations, or what is on your ballot, please contact Keith Lanser at keith.lanser@msj.edu or 513-244-4634