More than 53,000 low-income Hoosiers have registered to vote since a lawsuit brought Indiana into compliance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993.
Planning will soon begin for how the secretary of state‘s office will take over responsibility for Indiana‘s voter rolls.
Election officials plan to thoroughly review and clean up Indiana’s voter rolls on a statewide basis for the first time in seven years.
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.
As Hoosiers made their way to the polling stations to cast their votes, few ran into problems.
Hoosiers turned out to vote on Election Day, but in smaller numbers than in 2008.
Indiana's Secretary of State says concerns about possible voting machine tampering are overblown.
Voter accessibility concerns raised by county Republicans have been one reason Monroe County has yet to adopt vote centers.
County Clerk Linda Robbins says around 4,000 Monroe County residents participated in early voting this year.
Monroe County says the electronic voting equipment it recently purchased is working well.