While Tuesday's election wasn't quite the "Blue Wave" that Democrats had hoped for, the Democratic Party is projected to have a majority of seats in the US House once the new Congress is seated in January.
Republicans will keep control of the Senate. The outcome represents a significant victory for the GOP and President Donald Trump.
The Marion County Election Board has voted to suspend the counting of absentee ballots until 10 a.m. Wednesday.
The Marion County Election Board unanimously voted to suspend the counting of absentee ballots. There are approximately 50,000 absentee ballots that have yet to be counted. The Election Board will resume counting absentee ballots at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, November 7.
Voters in Noblesville have approved a $50 million school safety referendum that will nearly double taxes for the average homeowner.
Vice President Mike Pence congratulates his older brother, Greg Pence, on his win in Indiana's 6th Congressional District.
Congrats to my brother @GregPenceIN on being elected to serve in the US Congress. Greg served our country admirably in uniform & will do the same in Washington DC. I am so proud & look forward to working w/ him to advance @RealDonaldTrump’s agenda for America & the Hoosier State!
Update: Another announcement made at the Republican HQ in Columbus where we are waiting to hear from Congressional District 6 candidate Greg Pence. Results are in from 7 of 18 polling locations and Pence has 55% of the votes. No speech yet. @rtv6pic.twitter.com/STRnxsdNtq
With only 6 percent of precincts reporting, Republican Mike Braun is leading in the race for the U.S. Senate seat.
7PM UPDATE: People are still waiting to vote tonight in Johnson County after servers were down this morning, causing 2-3 hour wait lines, not allowing anyone to vote at one point. Some are frustrated the election board opted to not extend voting hours @rtv6pic.twitter.com/wXwA2xlrMV
Monroe County has been granted a voting hour extension through 7 p.m. Nicole Browne, Monroe County Clerk, says a judge granted the one-hour extension and anyone in line at closing time will have a chance to vote.
Browne says, "There were several, larger polling sites of which I am aware that required more ballots and we have numerous couriers delivering ballots as we speak. Please encourage any and all voters who are waiting to please remain. Anyone who is in line when the polls close will get to vote."
Monroe County Clerk has requested an extension of voting hours due to a ballot shortage problem. The extension has not yet been confirmed.
Issues with checking in voters caused long voting delays in Johnson County and across Indiana on Tuesday. The issues started in Johnson County around 10 a.m. and the election equipment company, ES&S released a statement around 3:30 p.m. that the issue had been resolved.
Several voters were turned away in Johnson County after waiting nearly three hours in line to vote earlier in the day. The election board says it will not seek to extend voting hours because of the issue.