INDIANAPOLIS (WTHI) - The 2018 primary election turn out numbers are in. According to the Indiana Secretary of State's office released the election results.
Officals say 20 percent of Indiana's registered voters cast ballots.
That's a significant increase from the 2014 mid terms.
Locally Daviess County ranked close to one of the highest turn-outs in the state. They say, early voting continues to gain popularity.
- 20 percent of Indiana’s 4.4 million registered voters cast a vote in the May 8 Primary Election
- Last day to register to vote for primary election, League of Women Voters educating community
- Voters cast their ballots on Primary Election Day
- Indiana had 51 percent voter turnout in 2018 general election
- Indiana voters still have time to register
- Your vote counts! Register before November election
- You are almost out of time to register to vote for May Primary Election
- Early voting begins for Indiana’s May 8 primary election
- 35 percent of registered voters in Vigo County voted on Tuesday, but election officials believe that number might actually be higher
- Make sure you're registered to vote for upcoming elections!