- Election 2012
Some Ind. voters still waiting as polls close
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.
Romney's Ind. supporters cite variety of reasons
Indiana supporters of Mitt Romney are citing a wide variety of reasons on Election Day.
Obama? Romney? Nation decides after long campaign
President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney dueled for the White House on Tuesday in a tight-to-the-finish election shadowed by a weak economy and high unemployment that crimped middle class dreams for millions.
School board candidates waiting things out
Those running in contested races for their respective school boards say things seem to be going well, but it’s hard to tell what will happen.
Poll workers show their support
Judi Egbert said that sharing a passion for the beliefs of Melanie Wright — Democratic candidate for state representative — brought her to the polls Tuesday.
Reske hopeful of race’s outcome
As he stood at a voting machine early this morning and looked down at the Democratic ticket, Scott Reske saw the names of several people who had become close friends. Many of those are people he’s worked closely with as a state representative for several terms; others are people he knew when he was growing up.
Voters turned away at Union Township
A “printing glitch” has caused some problems for some Union Township voters early Tuesday morning.
Voting machine problems delay some Ind. voters
Voting machine problems have caused delays and long lines at one polling station in a heavily populated Indianapolis suburb.
Suspense to the end, Obama, Romney yield to voters
Two fierce competitors who've given their all, President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney now yield center stage to voters Tuesday for an Election Day choice that will frame the contours of government and the nation for years to come.
Election brings out first-time voters
With polls closing in just two hours, local election officials have observed heavy turnout. Some voters cite the presidential election as the most important of their lifetime.
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