2020 Primary Election

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Indiana recently closed the book on maybe the most unusual election in its history – a primary, delayed by a month, that featured expanded vote-by-mail.

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Following several days of tabulating the numbers, the results for 2020’s primary election in Indiana are official in Allen County and across Northeast Indiana.

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According to unofficial numbers from the Allen County Election Board, nearly 39,000 primary ballots were mailed out, with just over 34,500 returned. That’s an 89% return rate.

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Hoosiers shouldn’t expect full results the night of Indiana’s primary election like usual.

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Hoosiers who vote in person for this year’s primary election will not be required to wear masks, use gloves, or observe critical social distancing guidelines.

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Thursday is the last day for Hoosiers to request a vote-by-mail ballot for this year's primary.


There’s been a new shakeup in the Republican race for the Indiana Attorney General nomination – former Secretary of State and U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita announced his candidacy Wednesday.

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Indiana residents must be registered to vote 29 days before each election. What do you need on Election Day? What do you need to register to vote? Can you vote if you’re homeless? 

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Hoosiers have one week left to register to vote for Indiana’s 2020 primary election.

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Republicans on the Indiana Election Commission rejected Democrats’ attempt Friday to loosen some restrictions for the June 2 primary election.