Indiana’s first election to feature widespread mail-in balloting concludes with an in-person primary that was delayed four weeks due to coronavirus. Nearly 550,000 voters requested mail-in ballots…more than 10 times the number of those ballots cast during the 2016 primary. Many counties have drastically slashed their numbers of polling sites, prompting worries about possible voter confusion and long lines for voters. Some county election administrators and candidates have said they are worried thousands of mail-in ballots could go uncounted by arriving to election offices after the deadline. The huge increase in mail-in ballots also has election officials warning it could take more than one day to tally them all, possibly delaying determination of some primary winners.
Bridge Fixes Are On
Repairs are underway on the Ohio Turnpike overpass on Ohio 15 at Holiday City. We …