TIPPECANOE, Ind. (WLFI) — Thousands in Tippecanoe County are voting early this primary election. As of Tuesday afternoon, more than 3100 people have already made their ballots official. A little more than 2000 of those votes are coming in on the Republican side.
As WLFI has continuously covered, there are highly contested GOP sheriff and prosecutor races.
Clerk Christa Coffey says this election's early voting numbers are looking similar to those in 2014. Those totaled at around 4000.
With a week to go, Coffey encourages anyone who thinks they won't be able to make it on Tuesday to vote early.
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- Judge orders Indiana county to open more early-voting sites
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- Indiana's voter registration deadline for primary nears
- U.S. Senate Republican Indiana Primary Debate
- Results for the 2018 Indiana Primary