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Early voting is underway in Indiana, with both parties seeking to lock in the first building blocks of a November majority. Democratic nominee for governor John Gregg greeted voters waiting for the polls to open at the City-County Building in Indianapolis on Wednesday morning. More than a dozen Democratic candidates, including state school superintendent Glenda Ritz and attorney general nominee Lorenzo Arredondo, joined a midday party rally outside the building.

Arredondo notes as a judge, he gave the go-ahead for early voting.

On the Republican side, former state chairman Rex Early, who’s now Donald Trump’s Indiana chairman, joined voters in line at the City-County Building, then traveled to Terre Haute to encourage Republicans to cast their ballots early. Any vote cast early is one the parties don’t have to worry about turning out on Election Day. But Early and Democratic Congressman Andre Carson emphasize it’s just more convenient for people whose jobs might otherwise make it difficult to get to the polls.

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