Indiana county clerks say they have received nearly 473,000 early voting ballots with a week to go before the general election.
Straight ticket voting won’t be the same this election after a change made by the legislature earlier this year.
Pence is not a certified write-in candidate. That’s creates two possibilities — either the vote gets thrown out or it gets counted for the Trump ticket.
Indiana voters can write in any person for President, but unless it's a certified write-in candidate, the vote won't count.
Monroe County officials acknowledge there are problems, but there is widespread disagreement about solutions.
As of midday Thursday, the only county in Indiana that had not posted any results to the Secretary of State’s website was Monroe County.
The bill would put unopposed candidates on municipal ballots unless the county's election board voted unanimously to keep them off.
The same number of votes were cast on the first day of early voting this year as in 2010.
According to the Secretary of State’s office, that means a cost savings for towns like Ellettsville and Stinesville.
A bill passed out of the Indiana House Thursday would change the way trustees are elected at Indiana and Ball State Universities.