Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump are currently leading the race in Indiana when it comes to signatures to get on the ballot for the May primary.
State law requires 500 signatures of registered voters from each Congressional District in order to make it on to the ballot.
Both men have enough to qualify; Sanders had 7,816 signatures according to a report filed last night with the Secretary of State’s Office. Trump had 7,281.
Republicans Marco Rubio, Carly Fiorinia, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, John Kaisch and Rand Paul also had more than enough signatures to qualify for ballot access.
Hillary Clinton also had ample signatures.
Presidential candidates Dr. Ben Carson, Martin O’Malley, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum and Ted Cruz were still short of the required signatures needed.
The deadline to file with the Secretary of State is next Friday.