DECATUR, Ind. (WOWO): It should be easier for voters in Adams County to make it to the polls for the May 3rd primary.
That’s because the County will be using six “centralized” polling locations as opposed to standardized polling precincts, according to our Partners in News at 21Alive. Any voter than cast a ballot at whichever polling location is the closest to them at the moment.
Adams County joins Wells and Huntington Counties by making the switch to this system, and county officials say they’re using the primary as a way to test out the idea before the presidential election in November.