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Walorski re-elected, Snyder wins gubernatorial race

Republican Jackie Walorski was re-elected to represent Indiana's 2nd Congressional District. The incumbent won against Joe Bock.

Ken Cotter received 54-percent of the votes for St Joseph County Prosecutor, his opponent Jeffrey Sanford received 46-percent.

David Niezgodski won the Indiana State House District 7 race against Mark Vogel.

In the Indiana State House District 16, Democrat Douglas Gutwein won the race against Republican Richard Ludington.

And Curt Nisly won the Indiana State House District 22 race against David Kolbe and Michael Stinfer.

Lou O'Donnell, John Peterson and Donna Hatfield all won seats on the New Buffalo City Council in a tight race.

In Ontwa Township, Terry McNaughton won 45-percent of the votes, while the incumbent, Paula Ralph, got 42-percent.

John Bossler won 61-percent of the votes for Ontwa Township Supervisor over incumbent John Brielmaier.

Danelle Searfoss earned 7 more votes than incumbent Meryl Christnesen for Ontwa Township Treasurer.

And Leon Gilliam and Mike Mroczek beat out he incumbents for the Ontwa Township Trustee positions.

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ABC57 called around Michiana to find out how things are going, whether there have been any issues and what the turnout has been.

St. Joseph County, Indiana: So far there have been some minor issues with a couple of machines, but there have been no reports of significant issues.

Elkhart County, Indiana: Voter turnout was 22.4 percent as of 5:30 p.m. There were issues with equipment at the Northside gym but those have been fixed.

LaPorte County, Indiana: Slow turnout. One of the polling locations, a school, had a power outage for a half hour, but generators were taken to the location.

Kosciusko County, Indiana: They do not have estimates on turnout. The machines have not had any major issues, their IT department hasn't gotten many calls. So far it has been quiet.

Berrien County, Michigan: Turnout before noon was 10-percent. There haven't been any major issues, just a few ballots jamming.

Cass County, Michigan: High turnout from most precincts. No issues have been reported.

ELECTION DAY FACT: The top trending search on Google on Tuesday was "Where do I vote." - ABC News

Interactive map of where people are voting and when

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