Election Day in Michiana: Live updates
The polls close in Indiana at 6 p.m. and in Michigan at 8 p.m. ABC57 has reporters throughout Michiana with the latest updates on polling locations, any issues voters have experienced and interviews with candidates who are voting today.
CNN is projecting 149 electoral votes for Trump and 109 for Clinton.
Democrat Mary Beth Wisniewski is leading in the race for St. Joseph County Recorder with 99-percent of precincts reporting. Democrat Dave Thomas won the St. Joseph County Commission District 2 seat. Republican Mark Root, the incumbent, won the St. Joseph County Council District 1 seat.
With 97-percent of precincts reporting, a majority of voters are in favor of the two Mishawaka Schools referendums.
Nick Shelton has been elected Mayor of Niles. He won with 76-percent of the vote. Curtis Hill has been elected Indiana Attorney General.
CNN projects Todd Young will win the US Senate seat in Indiana.
As of now, Clinton has 68 electoral votes, Trump has 57. Florida too close to call. [Electoral vote map]
Polls throughout most of the state of Michigan have closed, however, part of the state is in the Central time zone. Polls there will close at 8 CST.
Polls have closed in Indiana. Anyone in line when the polls closed at 6 p.m. will still be allowed to vote.
Early voting totals are in for Indiana. Click here for a county by county breakdown
ABC57's Tom Coomes reports no lines at South Bend Fire Station 7 on Portage in South Bend. He also says there's no rain.
At Granger Community Church, 1500 people voted this morning. The big crowds caused long lines and the average wait time was an hour and a half.
Fire Station 5 in South Bend near Rum Village is experiencing a problem with one of the machines. ABC57's Haley Fixler says it has only affected about 10-15 voters. The precinct inspector says they called a tech to fix the problem at 6:30 a.m. but no one has been out to fix it yet.
Mike and Karen Pence cast their ballots in Indianapolis.
The wait at Granger Community Church in Elkhart was 1 hour and 30 minutes.
One machine at the O'Brien Center in South Bend has broken several times this morning.
Jackie Walorski, running for Indiana's 2nd Congressional District, voted at Jimtown High School around 7:30 a.m. The lines were out the door and around the school this morning.
Lynn Coleman, running for Indiana's 2nd Congressional District, voted just before 7 a.m. at Crest Manor Church of the Brethren.