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Slideshow: Election Day In Indiana

Hoosiers turned out to vote on Election Day, but in smaller numbers than in 2008.

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    Photo: Bill Shaw/WFIU-WTIU News

    People line up outside a polling location in Monroe County. Voter tallies are expected to be significantly lower than in 2008.

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    A polling location in Monroe County had no line by the afternoon.

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    Voters stand outside a polling location on Nov. 6, 2012.

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    Election signs are lined up leading up to a polling location.

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    A Monroe County resident exits a polling location after voting.

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    Candidate signs try to attract voters and signs from the county remind candidates not to campaign past the designated point.

  • Signs decorate the Monroe County Democratic headquarters.

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    Photo: Amanda Solliday/WFIU-WTIU News

    Signs decorate the Monroe County Democratic headquarters.

  • Signs decorate the Monroe County Democratic headquarters.

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    Signs decorate the Monroe County Democratic headquarters.

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    Peggy Welch awaits poll results at her headquarters in Martinsville.

Voter turnout is not expected to be as large as it was in the 2008 presidential election.

However, some key races including the U.S. Senate race and gubernatorial race, brought voters out to the polls. Polls appeared to run smoothly across the state with a few glitches that so far have been quickly resolved.

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