Indiana voters head to polls for May primary - 13 WTHR Indianapolis

Indiana voters head to polls for May primary

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Noblesville students tailgated before their polling place opened. Noblesville students tailgated before their polling place opened.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana voters head to the polls Tuesday for the May primary, but at some precincts, WTHR found more campaign signs than voters.

In Fountain Square in Indianapolis, precinct 1502 reported 18 voters between 6:00 am and 12:30 pm, and poll workers say they'll be lucky to see 50 voters total today. In a bigger election year, they would normally have around 350.

In Marion County, 295 of 296 polling locations opened on time this morning. The single site that opened late, LA-34, was due to an inspector who had transportation issues, according to County Clerk Beth White's office. Election Board staff worked to find the inspector alternative transportation.

In Noblesville, four 18-year-old men cast ballots for the first time this morning, after tailgating outside their polling place on Cumberland Road. Harrison Lingren and Joseph Reilly told Eyewitness News they would vote, then go to school.

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