Indiana’s lottery numbers have fallen to 6,293, down 2,976 from last year.
Indiana’s largest lottery draw, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Association of Governments (IMAG), issued the following statement: We have had a very busy season for IMAG, and the lottery numbers are trending in the right direction.
In fact, the numbers are now above the 10,000 level.
This week, the IMAG lottery drew 4,744 tickets for the Hoosier State’s March 6th, 2021 primary and March 8th, 2022 general elections.
On March 9th, IMAG held its third day of drawing tickets, with the winners of its first two days.
Imag’s numbers are also up for the March 10th, 2020 primary and April 7th, 21st general elections, which were both held at the IMAGE Convention Center.
On Monday, IMAGE announced it would hold its first general election since the closure of the IMG convention center in 2015.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Area Development Authority, a group of community-based agencies that include IMAG and other agencies, will manage the lottery, with IMAG receiving $1.9 million in federal funding.
“The numbers continue to trend up, with some of the largest draws yet,” IMAG president Steve Miller said in a statement.
“This will help our agencies and our partners reach out to more people to get their tickets.
We are excited about our chances for victory in the May 20 primary and for the April 8 general elections.”
Indiana Governor Mike Pence will announce a new lottery in his state, but it will not be the same as the lottery in other states.
“Indiana’s primary will be the first state primary in decades, but the primary will also be a state-wide, multi-state, multi‑tiered primary,” said Indiana Secretary of State Brian Kemp in a press release.
“We are committed to a lottery system that meets the needs of our residents, businesses, and government in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and we have the authority to open the door to all eligible voters.
We will be announcing a new primary that will be a competitive and fair process that will allow all voters to participate, and that will also help protect Indiana’s public safety.
The Hoosiers can expect to see more of the same in 2018, as Indiana has a total of 13,908,637 tickets to choose from.
There are also more than 2.2 million additional tickets to fill out online.
There will be approximately 8,500,000 tickets to be sold online this month.
“But it is still not perfect.””
It’s really good to have a lottery in Indiana,” Miller said.
“But it is still not perfect.”