LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The deadline to register to vote in Indiana is Tuesday at midnight and several positions need to be filled in Tippecanoe County.
That includes races for county sheriff and county clerk. The current county clerk said sometimes races come down to one to five votes. She added that voting is a right that all citizens should participate in.
"I've always said elections are like planning a party and no one RSVP's," said Clerk Christa Coffey. "So we plan for everyone to come and vote but they never all show up."
Early voting starts Wednesday with 25 polling locations in Tippecanoe County. On Election Day, Nov. 6, there will be 18 polling locations.
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