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Ronald Williams walked nearly two miles in the 26-degree predawn hours to be one of the first in line to vote Tuesday.
Pat Kardos has been a precinct commiteewoman working the polls for more than 20 years. She saw something Tuesday morning she never has seen before.
Polling locations in Tri-Town and northern Hammond reported heavy voter turnout in Tuesday's election, elections officials said.
A 1-year-old Gary boy who drowned Thursday evening is one of six Indiana children to drown in the last two weeks, officials said.
Election officials said a glut of uncontested primary races in many southern Lake County communities were to blame for Tuesday's lower voter turnout.
Lake County officials reported no system-wide problems at the polls early Tuesday afternoon.
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