There's still time to absentee vote in-person in Indiana
ST.JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. – There’s still time to absentee vote in-person in Indiana.
In Mishawaka, the County Services building will be open from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
In South Bend, the County City building will be open from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday’s wait to cast a ballot in South Bend was approximately one hour.
Election officials say they are seeing a record turnout for this year’s mid-term election.
Many people are expressing their excitement to vote.
“I want to change the way it is. That’s why there’s momentum. It’s like, hey, I got to get out there. I got to change it. Hopefully by Tuesday, we have a good change and turnout the way it has been going. It looks like it’s been a really big turnout already, ”said early voter Sharon Kruggel.
More than 500 people voted early in Mishawaka and approximately 800 people in South Bend cast their vote on Saturday, Nov. 3.
Since early voting began, approximately 14,000 people have cast their vote in St. Joseph County and that number nears 20,000 with mail-ins, absentee ballots and travel abroad ballots.
For general information on voting in Indiana head to this website where you can find voting locations, election security, candidates, voter registration, voting status and 2018 general election results.
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