Indiana Voter Turnout High For Mid-term Election

Indiana had a 51-percent voter turnout in the November election, according to Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson.

It was the largest number of people to vote in a mid-term election in 20 years. The largest voter turnout was 64- percent in Henry County. Of the 4-and-a-half million people registered to vote, over 2.3 million people voted.

And Lawson said 32-percent of Indiana voters this year voted early.