FISHERS, Ind. — Most polls across Indiana have closed but some voters in suburban Indianapolis were still standing in line to cast ballots more than an hour after their polling place was to shut down.
Residents of Republican-dominated Hamilton County waited up to three hours to vote at some of the county's 150 polling stations.
Hamilton County Election Administrator Kathy Richardson says those in line at 6 p.m. local time could still vote.
Richardson says a programming glitch delayed Tuesday's voting by about 20 minutes. But she attributed the long lines that formed to high interest in the presidential election and a local referendum on whether Fishers should remain a town or become a city.
Fishers resident Charlene Shannon says some people left without voting because the lines were so long.