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Posted on Wed. Nov. 07, 2012 - 12:50 am EDT

Strong voter turnout seen throughout northeast Indiana

Turnout across northeast Indiana was heavy, with numbers approaching those of the record-setting 2008 presidential election.

Adams County led the way with 71 percent turnout, though that was down from the 79 percent seen in 2008. Whitley County wasn’t far behind, with 69 percent, down from 72 percent four years ago, according to Indiana Secretary of State figures and local results.

Huntington and Kosciusko had turnouts of 63 percent and 62 percent, respectively, down from 66 percent and 63 percent the last time voters chose a president. Fifty-six percent of Noble County voters cast ballots, down from 63 percent in 2008.

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