From the picture you posted Jason, it looks like you have the model Grande that has a Headlight/Ignition key switch on top of the headlight. The switch,if it it is there, should be a black plastic streamlined design. If this switch is missing that could be part of the problem.
This switch PLUS the RUN switch on the right handle bar have to be on in order to get spark.
You can make a switch from a nail if you find the right diameter nail. The original switch has a notch on the end where it pushes down and catches. Look at the mechanism inside the headlight casing and you can see what I mean.
The original switch would push down and click into place and had 3 positons, 11 o clock is OFF, 12 o clock is ignition only ON and 1 o clock is lights and ignition ON.
I am attaching a wiring diagram for you. If you look inside the headlight casing at the top you will see all the wires that connect to the main switch plate. It is a bit of a "rat's nest" in there.
If you have to work on the wiring switch plate, the easiest way I have found is to unbolt the headlight and turn it upside down. You should see two openings where you can insert a screw driver and unscrew the two screws that hold the wiring switch plate in the headlight casing.
Once you either get the orignal switch, make one from a nail or wire around it, then you should get spark and can proceed with getting the bike started.