This is from Indianapolis (WTHR.com):
As of 8:30 am, the county clerk’s office reported the following problems:
2-1 (IPS School 102, 1501 E. 10th St.) – Inspector did not show. Election Board deployed a back-up Inspector with materials as soon as possible. The polling location was open by 6:30 a.m.
Wayne 41 (Calvary Chapel on the Horizon, 1117 S. Bridgeport Rd) – Inspector arrived late. Polling location open by 6:30 a.m.
Perry 64 (Burkhart School, 5701 Brill Rd.) – Missing Democratic ballots in poll kit. Ballots printed and deployed. Confirmation of receipt before 7:00 a.m. Touch screen machine was available to accept Democratic voters.
Perry 28 (Southport High School, 971 E. Banta Rd.) – Missing Democratic ballots in poll kit. Ballots printed and deplyed. Confirmation of receipt before 7:00 a.m. Touch screen machine was available to accept Democratic voters.
1-1, 1-3 (Jones Tabernacle AME Church) – Mechanical issues with touch screen machine. Polls ready to receive voters at 6:00 a.m.; touch screen machine up by 6:15 a.m.
The clerk’s office said it received some false reports of locations not opening. The office said those have been cases where their polling location has moved mainly due to the precinct consolidation. Change of Location posters should be up at most of those precincts to direct voters to their new site. Call 327-VOTE or to use the polling place locator to check your voting site.
And there is this short bit from the same source on problems early voters faced when they lacked the necessary photo identification:
Some voters who showed up for early voting did not bring an ID that had an expiration date. They had to fill out a provisional ballot which White said would probably not be counted. She says it’s important to remember to bring an ID with an expiration date on it. The BMV will offer special opening hours Monday and Tuesday to accommodate people who need identification cards.