Under Indiana law, employers may not:
• Pay employees their wages in pay envelopes upon which there is printed or in which there is enclosed a political motto, device, or argument containing threats intended or calculated to influence the political opinions or actions of the employees;
• Exhibit in the workplace a handbill or placard containing a threat, notice, or information that, if a particular ticket, candidate, or public question is elected, approved, or defeated, work will be stopped, the establishment will be closed, or wages reduced; or
• Take any action intended or calculated to influence the political opinions or actions of the employees (IN Code Sec. 3-14-3-21).