Early Voting in Indiana Seeing Record Turnouts

Mail-in ballots are said to be at an all-time high in Indiana.

Posted: Oct 27, 2020 10:01 AM

Mail-in ballots are said to be at an all-time high in Indiana.

According to election offices, more than 422,000 Absentee Ballots have been returned.

That adds up to about 70% of the ballots requested this year.

Officials say the uptick in early ballots might make lines shorter on election day Nov. 3.

Early voting in Indiana will continue through Friday, Oct. 30.

If you plan to vote in person on election day, don't forget a mask.

Social distancing guidelines will be in place.

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