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Anthony McCloud has an unromantic attitude toward voting. He stood near the back of a long line of early voters Oct. 16 at the City-County Building and said this is just what he’s supposed to do as someone who wants to help make a difference.

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In an effort to make sure our readers are informed this election season, the Recorder sent questionnaires to candidates so voters know where they stand on important issues. 

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More than half of jurisdictions in Indiana have voting equipment that doesn’t include a verified paper trail, making it difficult to detect security breaches or errors in the system.

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When Curtis Guynn celebrated his 80th birthday Oct. 10 with a surprise party, his family and friends made sure to highlight the myriad accomplishments he has made throughout his life. 

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When Taylor Hall realized the children she worked with didn’t feel connected to what was going on during the recent protests downtown, she knew she wanted to take action. 

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The Indianapolis City-County Council unanimously passed the 2021 budget Oct. 13, ending a months-long process of department presentations and public input on what the city’s priorities should be going forward.

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The 2021 Final Four Jam will have a drive-thru giveaway 7-10 a.m. Oct. 13 on Monument Circle. The first 1,000 will receive a commemorative poster, buff, hand sanitizer and phone wallet. Items will be given to individuals inside of vehicles. Walk-ups aren’t permitted. Distribution staff will …