Voter turnout across Indiana on Election Day 2020 is described as “steady,” according to the Indiana Secretary of State’s office.
In addition to the presidential race, Hoosiers are also voting in the governor’s race, congressional seats, and an array of local government offices.
The Secretary of State’s office says it is fielding “lots of calls,” but most questions pertain to voter registration and polling locations.
A quick check of the IndyVoteTimes website, which is being operated by a consortium of tech companies, shows verified wait times in Marion County ranging from one minute to about 90 minutes.
“The wait times across the board have much, much lower than during early voting, which is great, and exactly what we were hoping. Those shorter lines have shown a little more variability in the data, but things are still flowing smoothly,” said IN Tech for Progress Chief Executive Officer Roger Deetz.
Unverified times show Marion County voters waiting more than two hours in some precincts.
Deetz says the website has recorded about 130,000 total visits, averaging around 1,900 at any given time.
Our partners at WISH-TV report there were some hiccups early on at a few Marion County polls, but they seem to have been resolved.
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