indianapolis - The first polling stations in the mid-term elections in the United States have been closed. These polling stations are located in parts of the states of Indiana and Kentucky. An hour later the other polling stations close in these states.
In both states voting for the House of Representatives and in Indiana a new Senator is also elected. According to American media, the result in Kentucky can be a forerunner for the rest of the country. The battle between the Republican and Democratic candidate is very exciting.
The last polling stations, in Alaska, close at 07.00 hours Wednesday morning Dutch time.