In Marshall County voters will be using the new combined polling sites paring down polling places from 27 to 16. The election board has worked diligently determining the amount of voting machines for each site hoping to avoid any delays.
*Bourbon Township Precincts: 1 and 2 will vote at the Triton High School
*Center Township Precincts: Center 1 will vote at the Marshall County Building; Center 2 at the Plymouth Fire Station; Center 3 at Webster Recreation Center; Center 4 at the Knights of Columbus; Center 5 and 6 will vote at the Plymouth Baptist Church; and Center 7 and 8 will vote in the REMC Auditorium.
*German Township Precincts: German 1 will vote at the Lake of the Woods Community Building; German 2 at the Bremen Missionary Church, and German 3, 4, and 5 will vote at the Bremen High School.
*Green Township Precinct: will vote at the United Methodist Church
*North Township Precincts: 1, 2, and 3 will vote at the LaPaz Community Building
*Polk Township Precincts: 1 and 2 will vote at the Tyner Fire Department
*Tippecanoe Township Precinct: will vote the Community Center
*Union Township Precincts: 1 and 2 will vote at the Culver Public Library
*Walnut Township Precincts: 1 and 2 will vote at the United Methodist Church
*West Township Precincts: 1, 2, and 3, will all vote at the Pretty Lake Trinity Church Fellowship Hall.
Featured on the Republican ballot for Marshall County, the only local race is for Coroner between the incumbent, William Cleavenger and deputy coroner Leslie Trump. On the state level voters in the county will be choosing between Francis Ellert and Timothy Harman for State Representative in the 17th District while there is a race on the federal level between Greg Andrews and Jackie Walorski for U.S. Representative in District 2 and the US Senate seat between incumbent Richard Lugar and Richard Mourdock.
The Democrats have no local races or state races although they do have a choice in U.S. Representative in District 2 between Dan Morrison and Brendan Mullen.
Polls open at 6:00 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m. WTCA will have Election Night coverage beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Voters are reminded to also bring with them the photo ID which is required to vote.