The Indiana Secretary of State’s Office says a record 33 percent of Hoosiers took advantage of early voting options this year. The office also says 58 percent of the state’s 4.8 million registered voters turned out for the November 8 election. Decatur, LaGrange and Whitley counties led the way with a 71 percent turnout. Three counties’ turnout rate was below 50 percent: Elkhart, Switzerland and Scott counties.
In all, more than 2.8 million of the 4.8 million registered Indiana voters went to the polls for the election that saw a clean sweep of statewide offices by Republican candidates and a solid victory by GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and running mate Governor Mike Pence.
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