Few problems reported early on Election Day
Associated Press - November 6, 2007
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Officials in Marion County are reporting few fewer election problems than they encountered during the May primary election.
Three precincts opened late, just a fraction of Marion County's 917 precincts.
There were also problems with some touch-screen voting machines, so paper ballots were used in those polling places until the machines were fixed.
County Clerk Beth White says the elections are going better than the May primary.
During that election, several Marion County precincts opened late, and five never opened. Officials estimated 3,000 people who were not able to cast ballots.
The Indiana secretary of state's office has teams throughout the state to guard against fraud.