LaGrange County voters had a reason to get out and make their votes count Tuesday and did so, with over 25 percent of registered voters turning out for the May 6 Primary.
Numbers released by the Center for American Progress show that LaGrange County ranks at the very bottom of voter access of the 78 Indiana counties analyzed.
A fairly light voter turnout in Tuesday’s Primary Election clarified the fall race for local offices.
May 8 is Indiana’s Primary Election date, with a handful of county offices being contested.
Races for several county offices will be contested in the May primary to decide who will run in the fall General Election.