INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Indiana residents have only a few more hours to cast early ballots for this year's hotly contested presidential, Senate, governor's and other races.
Voters can cast early in-person ballots for Tuesday's election until noon Monday at county courthouses and other locations around the state.
In Indianapolis, the number of residents who've cast early ballots so far is down from 2008. But Marion County Clerk's office spokeswoman Angie Nussmeyer tells The Indianapolis Star that's likely due to this year's lack of satellite voting centers in Indianapolis, not reduced voter interest.
The Evansville Courier & Press reports that early voting in southwestern Indiana's Vanderburgh County appears poised to eclipse the number of early ballots cast in 2008.
In 2008, a record quarter of all Hoosiers voters cast early ballots.