• Start to Primary Day in Indiana begins with few problems

    May 08, 2012 No comments

    Polls opened in Indiana for primary voters with only minor issues reported this morning.

    Voters can cast ballots between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. today, and issues range from a hard-fought Senate race to a school referendum in Zionsville.

    Marion County election officials said Three polls opened late Tuesday morning, though all were up and running within 45 minutes of when they were supposed to be. Franklin 8 and Pike 11 had to have a back-up inspectors sent to their locations. The polling place at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 1003 W. 16th St., had all election workers show up on time, but a contact with a building didn’t arrive until after 6 a.m. to unlock the building.

    In Monroe County, Van Buren 3 didn’t have books to sign in, though officials with the election board said ay 7 a.m. they were on their way. Overall, the election board officials said, the morning had started with no major issues.

    Johnson County, where a new vote center concept was being used for the first time, had no major issues either.

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