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Voting is occasionally done by inspiration but is more often done by habit. Some students acquire this ability from their parents, but many do not. The Indiana State Bar Association is proud to once again partner with the Indiana Secretary of State and Indiana Department of Education to sponsor Indiana Kids’ Election (IKE), an award-winning community service program that provides students in grades K-12 with the hands-on experience of voting in a class or school-wide mock election.

Under Indiana law, schools must give instruction on the election process two weeks prior to a general election for grades 6-12. IKE helps Indiana schools meet this requirement by providing comprehensive curriculum guides, free of charge, to participating schools.

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Recent IKE News

November 7, 2012 |

Students Elect President Obama, Governor Pence in 2012 Indiana Kids’ Election

More than 40,000 Hoosier kids across the state cast their paper ballots yesterday to elect their own governor and...

October 31, 2012 |

Justice Steven David to speak about election process in the classroom

Indiana Supreme Court Justice Steven David will speak at Orchard Park Elementary School in Indianapolis from 10 to...

October 31, 2012 |

More than 40,000 Hoosier kids to vote in mock election on Nov. 6

On Nov. 6, students across Indiana will elect their own governor and president in a show of active citizenship...

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