Early voting wraps up across most of Indiana for Tuesday's Primary
Early voting has ended across most of Indiana ahead of Tuesday's Primary.
Like we've seen over the past few elections, numbers are up.
Crews have been busy for weeks.
Voters flooded to the polls all Monday morning to get their vote in on time.
The county clerk says more than 5,000 votes have been submitted, that's 3,000 more than the 2014 primary.
For those who did not vote yet, you can cast your ballot Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. at your polling location.
Just bring a valid ID.
If you don't know where your polling location is you can find that on Indiana voters.com or by calling your county clerk.
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