In case you were wondering how much of a big deal this primary was going to be check out some of these facts from the Marion County Clerk’s Office.
More than 7,900 absentee ballots were mailed out and more than 6,700 returned. That’s an 85-percent return rate.
More than 8,800 people have come into the Clerk’s Office to vote since early voting began on April 7.
Including the traveling board, more than 16,000 absentee ballots have been cast and 75-percent of those pulled a Democratic ballot.
Statewide, more than 143,000 Democratic absentee ballots have been requested; 44,000 for Republicans. That number comes from Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita.
Tomorrow is going to be fun.