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Consumers vote in Indiana Primary Election
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The Indiana Primary is inherently less exciting than the General Election, and this year’s version, with a pair of unpopular Presidential candidates apparently having the nomination all sewn up, was a hard sell for some consumers.

Others, however, take pride in this rite of citizenship regardless of who’s on the ballot. Mike Komosa voted in the May 7 Democratic Primary, as his parents always did, while Gary Amburgey chose to vote in the Republican Primary. Both were assisted by two poll workers, one from each party. Both were treated respectfully.

Afterward, both guys proudly displayed their “I Voted!” stickers while catching up with people they knew from the community who’d also shown up to vote.

Stacey Quinones, another regular voter, went to the polls on her own before work on Election Day, stopping by the voting center at First Presbyterian Church on Dustman Road on her way to Christian Care.

“It’s right on my way, so it’s handy,” she said.