Voters in Marion County will have more choices this fall for early voting.
Wednesday marked the kickoff of early voting in the Hoosier state and many Indianapolis residents made sure to cast their vote.
A federal judge signed an order this week requiring the Marion County election board to establish five satellite offices for in-person absentee voting ahead of the November general election.
The satellite offices are in addition to the Marion County Clerk's office, for a total of six locations to cast ballots prior to the November 6 election.
Early voting begins October 10.
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