INDIANAPOLIS — More than 750,000 people in Indiana voted early for the 2018 General Election.
Whether through absentee or in-person, a total of 786,144 people cast their ballot before Nov. 6. The number of early voters was much higher than the previous midterm election total of 228,000.
Click here to check out the map to see how many people voted early in your county.
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More than 750,000 people in Indiana voted early for the 2018 General Election.
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