Secretary of State celebrates ‘National Voter Registration Day’ at Snider High School

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Secretary of State Holli Sullivan talks with students at Snider High School in Fort Wayne (Photo courtesy of the Office of the Indiana Secretary of State)

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan stopped at Snider High School Tuesday morning to encourage students to register to vote for National Voter Registration Day.

During her stop, Sullivan shared with students what they can expect when casting a ballot for the first time, how the election process works and how important it is to vote.

“People ask all the time as the chief elections officer in Indiana ‘What’s a fear or what is the biggest threat to voter security/voter confidence across the state of Indiana?’ And although cyber security and other issues are very important voter, apathy is at the top of the list. We want to make sure we have great conversations with the youth,” Sullivan said.

She adds that the government runs best when Hoosiers are involved and the easiest way to get involved is by voting.

To register to vote or to learn more about voting, visit

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