Officials concerned about voter turnout in Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --- The Hoosier state is working to avoid another record low election turnout  this November.

According to the Associated Press, top election officials and leaders are working hard to get more Hoosiers to the polls.

The May primary saw just 13% of Indiana's nearly 4.5 million registered voters.

This November ballot lacks marquee races and officials say they fear this could lead to the lowest general election voter turnout in the state's history.

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