Votes still being counted Wednesday morning in central Indiana

Posted at 3:54 AM, Nov 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-04 12:49:12-05

INDIANAPOLIS — Votes are still being counted Wednesday morning throughout central Indiana.

While votes are not official yet and it's not yet clear when all votes might be counted, projections on some key races have already been made.

These are the local projections called so far by the Associated Press and or ABC News:

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Indiana's 5th District
The race for Indiana's 5th District is still too close to call as of 12:45 p.m. Wednesday.

"We know they're still counting the votes, but we feel we are on the track to win," Spartz said during a speech Tuesday night.

You can watch the speech posted on Facebook below:

In response, Democratic nominee Christina Hale's campaign manager released the following statement:

"Hoosiers deserve to have their votes counted and voices heard,” Joann Saridakis, Hale's campaign manager, said. “The Spartz campaign’s declaration is premature and flies in the face of our democratic process. As we said earlier, there are almost 100,000 mail-in votes in the Fifth District that have not yet been counted, specifically in Marion and Hamilton Counties. We will continue to monitor vote totals before making any formal announcements and we would ask that Victoria Spartz extend voters that same courtesy.”

Recap from the polls
Most counties reported no major issues at the polls on Election Day.

In Madison County, voters were waiting in line long after the 6 p.m. polling place closing time.

Madison County Clerk Olivia Pratt says there wasn't enough voting machines for the big turnout of voters today.

RECAP | A mostly smooth Election Day in Central Indiana, with one big exception