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VOTERS LINE UP

November 6, 2012

Post and Mail photo/Brianne Eichman Even during steady voting hours, citizens lined up today at the Thorncreeek South voting location located at Eagle Quest Church 1120 N. Ind. 109 in Columbia City.


According to Clerk of Circuit Court, Debbie Beers, some of the poll workers in Whitley County have called her office to let her know they've had long lines.
"That’s a good thing, that means people are coming out to cast their votes," said Beers.
Beers said there have been no major problems, as everything has been running smoothly today.
"We’re doing good so far," said Beers. "We've had a lot of voters calling to see where they need to go vote."

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