As polls closed at 6 p.m. in Indiana, election officials will spend the next few days counting up in-person votes and absentee ballots, including mail-in votes.
With the coronavirus pandemic changing the way elections are conducted in the country, officials say it will take longer to produce results. Monroe County Clerk Nicole Browne said in an email that “accuracy over immediacy will rule the second of two Presidential elections facilitated in the middle of a pandemic.”
She said that she believed results will indicate close to a 62% Monroe County voter turnout for this election.
Stay up-to-date with Indiana election results with our interactive maps below. Data is sourced from the Indiana Secretary of State: