Indiana Clerk Cuts Off Voting With Hundreds Still In Line

Indiana Clerk Cuts Off Voting With Hundreds Still In Line

Get the full story at: http://www.wibc.com In Vanderburgh County, Susan Kirk the county clerk, turned away hundreds of voters who had stood in line for hours to cast absentee ballots in person when Monday's noon deadline arrived.  Kirk said state law left her no option but to end voting at noon, no matter if a voter was waiting in line inside the election office or in the hallway outside, however, clerks extended polling hours in Indianapolis and Lafayette so that everyone in line at noon could cast their votes. Voting continued for nearly two additional hours in Lafayette. Some are left wondering if this move was illegal.