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Indiana Primary Preview

On May 3, residents of the Hoosier State will head to the polls in what is a surprisingly important primary. Ohio Gov. John Kasich has ceded the state to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) in their pact, but frontrunner Donald Trump is still doing fairly well in the polls.


Who is voting?

Both Republicans and Democrats are voting on Tuesday in open primaries. A person does not have to be a registered member of a party to vote in the primary.

When are the polls open?

Polls will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., local time.

Where do I go to vote?

Click here.

What are the polls looking like?

All over the place, but Trump has a double-digit lead in the latest NBC/WSJ/Maraist poll. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton is ahead of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) by about six points on average.

How many delegates are up for grabs?

There are 57 Republican delegates. Thirty of those delegates go to the winner of the state, and the other 27 are divided up by the state's nine congressional districts. There are 92 Democratic delegates.

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