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Monday, January 2, 2017

2016 Voting Results for Jill Stein in Indiana


First of all, Happy New Year 2017! May it be a healthy and happy one for you. Further below is a GeoFact of the Day Blog map showing the number of votes Jill Stein received in each Indiana county, according to data from the Indiana Secretary of State's Election website. This election occurred on Tuesday, November 8th, 2016, and Jill Stein was the Green Party presidential candidate in the election. Despite not being listed on the ballot, she received a total of 7,841 votes in the Hoosier State as a write-in candidate — access this post for complete election results for each US state. In Indiana, Stein received the most votes in the following counties (highest to lower): Lake, Marion, Allen, Monroe, Saint Joseph, Porter, Tippecanoe, Hamilton, and Delaware. In Clark, Crawford, Fayette, Fulton, Martin, Newton, Noble, Orange, Pike, Posey, Randolph, Rush, Starke, Sullivan, Tipton, and Warrick counties (with diagonal lines on map), either Stein did not receive any votes or counties did not separate write-in votes by candidate. For example, 642 write-in votes were recorded in Clark County, according to county results. Like in neighboring Floyd County, at least 100 write-in votes might have been for Stein — but there are no exact numbers provided.



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