INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana voters have more choices for president on Tuesday than just President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney.
The state's election ballot features a whopping 19 candidates for president. Aside from Obama and Romney, voters can also choose from among Libertarian Gary Johnson and 16 write-in candidates.
Those include former Virginia Rep. Virgil H. Goode Jr. and Randall Terry, the founder of anti-abortion group Operation Rescue.
Obama ended a 44-year drought for Democrats with his 2008 Indiana presidential victory in the state.
But Indiana's 11 electoral votes have gone largely uncourted this year, and Romney is favored to hand the state back to the GOP.