Voters Head To The Polls

by Rick Howlett on November 2, 2010

The polls are open across Kentucky and Indiana, as voters cast ballots for local, state
and federal offices.

No major problems have been reported thus far at polling locations.

The Kentucky Secretary of State’s office is predicting turnout of just under 50 percent across the commonwealth, with higher numbers expected in Louisville and Lexington, where there are hotly contested races for mayor.

Kentucky and Indiana voters are casting ballots in U.S. Senate races, and both states have contested races for all of their U.S. House seats, some of which are being closely watched nationally.

Polls will be open until 6pm local time.

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