11.4% of Registered Voters Cast Ballots in Monroe County by 2 p.m.

Staff report

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — May 7, 2024

As Indiana voters hit the polls for the primary election today, reports indicate a low turnout across Monroe County.

According to Nicole Browne, Monroe County Clerk and Election Board Secretary, voter participation has reached 11.4% of registered voters as of 2:00 p.m. Since the polling stations opened at 6:00 a.m., a total of 5,726 ballots have been cast.

Among the voting locations, Eastview Church of the Nazarene emerged as a prominent site, checking in 447 voters throughout the day. Meanwhile, the Indiana Memorial Union (IMU) reported a small turnout, with only 19 voters checked in by mid-afternoon.

The primary election in Indiana serves as a critical juncture for voters to voice their preferences for various political races and initiatives.

Polling stations across Monroe County will remain open until 6:00 p.m.

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