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THE RUNDOWN

ELECTION DAY EDITION

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Happy Tuesday everyone, and welcome to this special Election Day edition of The Rundown.

Inside this edition, you can our plans for covering the election, an update on early voting and some highlights of our coverage from the past few months.


If you're planning on voting in-person today, I hope you stay safe.

- Noah Crenshaw | Editor-in-Chief

How The Reflector will cover Election Day 2020


All-day on Nov. 3, The Reflector will have an election live blog and will have coverage on our social media.

We will be relying on the Associated Press to determine the winners. The AP has counted the votes in U.S. elections for more than 170 years and will be declaring the winners in 7,000 races this year, according to the AP
 
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Live Updates: Election Day 2020


Check out our live blog with the latest updates about the 2020 election in Indiana. It will be updated throughout the day and into the night with the results as they come in, along with any other updates about the election.
 
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Voting for the first time in Indiana? Here’s what you need to know

Election Day has arrived for Hoosiers to vote in local, state and federal races.

If you are voting for the first time, it can be confusing to understand how it works, especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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UIndy 2020 election poll results


From Oct. 7-28, The Reflector conducted a poll of 89 students, faculty, staff and parents about their political leanings, how they were voting, what they thought were the most important issues of the 2020 election and which candidates they thought would win in three races: president, Indiana governor and Indiana attorney general.
 
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2020 Election Hub

Check out our Election Hub for more of our past election content, including an interview with Democratic gubernatorial Candidate Woody Myers.
 
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1.7 million early votes cast in Indiana

Before Election Day, 1,712,012 early votes have been cast in Indiana, according to data from the U.S. Election Project at the University of Florida. The project uses data from the Indiana Secretary of State’s office.

As of 9 a.m. today, 497,468 mail-in ballots have been returned out of 580,021 requested mail-in ballots, according to the project. 1,214,544 in-person votes have been cast during early voting, according to the project. 

The current total of votes is 61% of the total votes cast during the 2016 general election in Indiana, according to the project.

SLAB offers shuttle to polling places

The Student Leadership and Activities Board is offering a free shuttle to three polling locations in Marion County today. The shuttle service will go to three locations, according to Vice President for Student and Campus Affairs and Dean of Students Kory Vitangeli's email:

The shuttles will run from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Nov. 3 and will depart from the Bell Tower.

Election Day polling locations

If you are registered in Marion County, you can find your polling location by going to the Indy Votes website

If you are registered to vote in another Indiana county, you can go to your county’s election website or go to the Indiana Voter’s Portal.

Have any questions, comments, concerns, or news tips? Send them to reflector@uindy.edu

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