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WASHINGTON (AP) — Protesters supporting President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol Wednesday, clashing with police and forcing a delay in the constitutional process to affirm President-elect Joe Biden's win.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After testing the waters by polling constituents last week about whether he should contest the 2020 presidential results in Congress on Tuesday, northeast Indiana Rep. Jim Banks officially signed on with dozens of other House Republicans to object to certification of the resul…

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana saw a 7 percentage point increase in turnout for the 2020 election, with numerous counties hitting record-setting turnout.

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ANGOLA — It always comes down to the numbers at election time, whether it’s the number of votes a candidate pulls in or the funds needed to power a campaign.

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All the early voting meant shorter lines for voters as DeKalb County went to the polls on Election Day Tuesday.

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GARRETT — Voters reelected Dr. Danny E. “Dan” Weimer to a third term on the Garrett-Keyser-Butler school board representing the City of Garrett on Tuesday.

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Republicans won continued control of the Indiana governor’s office and kept the state in the GOP’s presidential column as voters cast the final ballots Tuesday, although Democrats were looking at other races in hopes of clawing back to greater political relevance in the state.

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AUBURN — Processing and counting DeKalb County’s 2,550 mail-in absentee ballots was progressing smoothly on Election Day, Election Board members Tara Lilly and Suzanne Drerup Davis reported early Tuesday afternoon.

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KENDALLVILLE — A short line at Noble County's most popular polling site at Bridgeway Church may take you 15 or 20 minutes to get through this afternoon, but that's one of the few places you'll end up waiting at all today.

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ALBION — More voters than ever showed up early to cast their ballots in Noble County, breaking the previous record high set back in 2016.

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ANGOLA — Steuben County voters elected two new school board members and retained two incumbents on the Metropolitan School District of Steuben County Board of School Trustees.

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ANGOLA — After an almost eight-year hiatus, Rodney Snyder will again hold the title of Steuben County Coroner, securing the win Tuesday over Democrat challenger Dr. Harle Lauren Vogel.

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ALBION — Two incumbent school board members were defeated handily by challengers on Tuesday, as area school districts will see several new faces on boards come January.

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BRUSHY PRAIRIE — With only two races contested for seats on the Prairie Heights School Board, it’s Heather Culler taking the Salem Township seat and Aaron Pfafman clinching the seat for Jackson Township, edging out incumbent Robert “Bob” Ledgerwood.

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ANGOLA — State Rep. Dennis Zent, R-Angola, won a fifth term in office Tuesday, defeating Democratic challenger Michael Stephenson, Democrat, a second time in back-to-back races.

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ANGOLA — As is typical in a Steuben County election, there were a number of offices that didn’t have contested races.

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ANGOLA — Steuben County has set a new record for absentee voting in the general election that sends people to the polls Tuesday.

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ANGOLA — As Hoosiers head to the polls on Tuesday, they can be guaranteed that the utmost care has been taken to protect their health from disease in the polling place, though voters themselves aren’t required to reciprocate.

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ALBION — With less than two weeks until Election Day, early voting is ramping up in Noble County, with additional opportunities coming up for people to cast their ballots ahead of Nov. 3.

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KENDALLVILLE — People who have been around East Noble over the past four decades are probably familiar with Dave Pine, but now he’s looking to make the jump from the school office to the school board.

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GARRETT — Dr. Danny E. “Dan” Weimer, 50, is seeking a third term on the Garrett-Keyser-Butler school board, representing the City of Garrett.

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ALBION — How do mail-in ballots get counted, and what security measures are in place to ensure the ballot is valid and gets counted correctly?

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ALBION — Starting today, voters can cast their ballots early in-person if they don’t want to hit the polls on Election Day.

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KENDALLVILLE — The incumbent for East Noble’s Swan Township school board seat recently resigned after ongoing internal strife on the board, making the position somewhat of an open race for two other contestants seeking the job.