5 Things You Need to Know on this Election Day

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RAINY ELECTION DAY:
chuck Lofton advises voters to bring their umbrella or rain coat to the polls today. Rain will begin during the morning rush hour and light showers will persist throughout the day. Watch Chuck's forecast.

POLLS OPEN WITH LINES OF VOTERS:
Polls opened at 6 a.m. today to steady lines of voters. No majors issues have been reported so far at the polls. See updates form the polls here. You can see WTHR's Decision 2016 Voter Guide here. Look for election updates throughout the day on wthr.com and on Eyewitness News.

PRESIDENTIAL RACE:
Indiana Governor and Vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence returned to Central Indiana early this morning, where he will cast his vote before heading back to New York to be with the Trump Campaign. Our Kevin Rader is in New York, reporting on both presidential campaigns. Hillary Clinton got off to a very early lead in the 2016 presidential election, winning over the voters of Dixville, New Hampshire, by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump. Polls in the tiny New Hampshire towns of Dixville, Hart's Location and Millsfield opened just after midnight Tuesday and closed as soon as everyone had voted. Learn more here.

COMPUTER GLITCH LED TO TEXT MESSAGES TELLING SOME VOTERS TO GO TO WRONG POLLING PLACE:
The Indiana Democratic Party says a data-match error in its text message program led to about 2,000 voters receiving text messages telling them to vote at the wrong polling place on Election Day. Election officials in Marion County are launching a criminal investigation into the matter. See the Democratic Party's statement here.

BOY, 14, SERIOUSLY HURT IN CRASH WHILE CROSSING FISHERS ROAD:
A 14-year-old boy is in serious condition after he was struck by a Jeep in Fishers Monday night. Police say the boy was trying to cross Brooks School Road near the Breakwater subdivision when he was struck. The driver stopped and is cooperating with investigations. More details.