FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Voting starting at six a.m. Tuesday morning.
But, it wasn’t without a bit of a rocky start.
Complications with the polls caused problems early on.
Technical difficulties delayed some locations.
Some voters said they had to wait for half an hour before anyone could vote.
NewsChannel 15 reported Monday that early voting numbers broke records in Indiana.
So now the question is what will Tuesday’s votes bring?
Despite a few complications, voting has been steady and successful. Technical problems were resolved early on.
“As of about 10:15 this morning we’ve had about 25,000 voting today and that’s on top of the 15, nearly 16,000, we had vote early,” Tom Hardin, Chairman of the Allen County Election Board, said.
Indiana stands alone Tuesday as they’re the only state with a primary.
And as many know, all eyes are on Indiana as some predict the results here will determine who comes out on top.
The polls are open until six p.m.
BMV locations across the state are extending hours for voters who need to update their license or for those who need a voting ID.
They will be open until six.
Stay tuned to Wane TV throughout the day for the latest up to date election coverage and of course online.