INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Early voting numbers surged in the weekend leading up to Indiana’s primary, pushing absentee participation up about 58 percent from the 2006 midyear election as of Monday, the secretary of state’s office said.

Some political scientists say the numbers could signal increased turnout in the Tuesday primary, which features a hotly contested Republican Senate race and two open congressional seats.

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