Indiana primary to be held Tuesday - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Indiana primary to be held Tuesday

Tuesday's Indiana primary is still attracting presidential candidates.  Hillary Clinton makes her latest appearance in New Albany on Monday night. 

The race between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton has generated a huge amount of interest in Indiana.  Both have come to the area to campaign over the last few weeks.

Clinton will appear in New Albany Monday night, while Obama appears in Indianapolis.

The polls will be open from six a.m. until six p.m. on Tuesday.  You should remember that in Indiana, you have to have a photo ID in order to vote.

Floyd County Clark Linda Moeller tells Fox 41's Bill Francis, "We've got, I'd say, 40% of our poll workers are first-time workers.  We've tried to put out a lot of our experienced people as inspectors, but of course we have some new inspectors and it's the first time, you know, that they're working.  So everybody needs a little patience, to allow enough time if there is a line."

More than 127,000 people in Indiana have already voted, wither by absentee ballot or other means.

Some people voted Monday morning at the Floyd County Clerk's office.

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