Secretary of State Connie Lawson visited Bartholomew County on Monday to discuss how the county could use vote centers in future elections.
Governor-elect Mike Pence announced Thursday he was appointing two people to hold the offices instead of one, which was the case under governor Mitch Daniels.
More than 2.6 million of Indiana's 4.5 million registered voters cast ballots this year.
Senator Richard Lugar says he might end up working for a think tank or a university.
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 Secretary of State's office did not have any records of State Representative Matt Ubelhor's campaign spending, among others.
Indiana's Secretary of State says concerns about possible voting machine tampering are overblown.
Because voter registration forms didn't previously ask for a person's gender the state doesn't know the sex of about one in eight voters.
Lawson says finally paying out the first check should help raise public awareness about the existence and usefulness of the fund.
Voter accessibility concerns raised by county Republicans have been one reason Monroe County has yet to adopt vote centers.