The push toward Election Day continues with absentee voting taking place in Indiana, and the totals continue to add up in the local area.
191 mail-in absentee ballots and 346 in-person ballots have been cast in Marshall County, according to the clerk’s office. 112 travel board ballots have also been posted. Vote tallies will not be undertaken until the polls close during May 3rd’s primary election. Absentee ballots will be accepted until May 2nd in the Hoosier state.
Starke County reported receiving 22 mail-in ballots with 120 in-person and six travel board ballots processed in the past week.
Pulaski County voters are casting absentee ballots at the Pulaski County Public Library in Winamac. County Clerk Christi Hoffa says they have received 246 in-person absentee ballots and 43 mail-in ballots so far.
Each of the three counties reported smooth voting prior to Election Day.