Indiana’s polls now open on Election Day

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By Michael Henrich

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Nov. 4, 2014) -- Polls opened to voters Tuesday morning as Election Day finally arrived.

Registered voters can bring a photo I.D. to their polling location from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.

In Marion County, 296 of the 297 polling locations opened on time.  At precinct 2817, at IPS #94 at 2701 N. Devon Ave., the official election inspector didn't show.  A replacement inspector was quickly dispatched from the Marion County Election Board's Service Center and the polling location opened around 7 a.m.

Anyone wishing to look up their polling place or examine the candidates on their ballot can visit

Several statewide positions are up for grabs, including Secretary of State, Auditor and Treasurer, in addition to state legislative, countywide and local school board positions.

FOX59 News put several candidates from the major races "On the Record" in the buildup to the general election and viewers can watch that coverage here.

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