Indiana voters, your last chance to cast votes early is now over. Polls closed today around noon but not without some difficulty. Many voters were in line for hours, but if you hadn't reached the door at noon, you didn't get to vote. We talked to a voter who says after a two hour wait, she was turned away just seconds after the clock struck noon.
"I think it could've moved a little faster," said Rachael Israel-Harris. "They only had one person up there checking IDs, and in Indiana you have to have a license to vote. So it's one of the downfalls. I think it could've went faster, if you were pre-registered just to show your ID and go!"
Close to 100 people were in line and unable to vote. Early voting numbers are expected to be higher than last year.