Indiana voters can write in any person for President, but unless it's a certified write-in candidate, the vote won't count.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson says the recounts will begin as soon as possible, but she can’t say how long the process will take.
Some states require voter signatures, some charge a filing fee. Indiana only requires signatures, but it lies on the more restrictive side of that spectrum.
Straight ticket allows voting for all members of one party with a single box on a ballot. A group of lawmakers is trying to end the practice for a second year.
Expect Bloomington traffic delays as students move in Wednesday; a new Indiana law prohibits taking selfies of your ballot.
A federal court ruled New Hampshire's selfie ban violated free speech rights. New Hampshire and Indiana are the only states with such a ban.
Rick Santorum will appear on the Indiana primary ballot after Marion County originally said he had not received enough signatures.
GOP candidate Jim Wallace will not appear on the ballot to challenge Congressman Mike Pence.
Patricia Sandifer only had one signature when she turned in her petition. Candidates are supposed to have 4,500.
Indiana voters are challenging Rick Santorum's appearance on the Indiana presidential primary ballot.