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Indiana Residents Can Vote Early Until Noon Monday

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): Voters who can't make it to the polls to cast their ballots in Indiana's primary election next week can vote at their county clerk's office until noon on Monday.
       The secretary of state's office says voters can also go to to check where they should go to cast their ballots Tuesday, and to look up which candidates will be on their ballots.
       Among the things on Tuesday's ballot are congressional races and races for the Indiana General Assembly and various county offices.

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