The Indiana primary is tomorrow, as Hoosiers will select their major party nominees for federal, state and local offices. Floyd County Clerk Linda Moeller says early voting has been light. She’s predicting a local election day turnout of about 25 percent. “Anything to do with politics, you know, 12 to 24 hours is a lifetime,… Continue reading Tuesday is Primary Election Day in Indiana
Tomorrow is primary election day across Indiana, with local municipal races on the ballot. Clark County Clerk Barbara Bratcher-Haas is expecting a low turnout, probably around 25-percent, but she’s hoping it will be stronger. “You can go by how many people are voting absentee or people who are coming into the election office now to… Continue reading Low Voter Turnout Predicted For Indiana Primary
By Rick Howlett The primary results are in for southern Indiana’s General Assembly seats. In the 46th District state Senate race for the seat being vacated by Democrat Connie Sipes, who’s retiring, Republican Ron Grooms won his party’s nomination to face Democrat Chuck Frieberger in the fall. Republican Rhonda Rhodes was nominated to face Democratic… Continue reading Southern Indiana Legislative Races Set
Former U.S. Senator Dan Coats will again be his party’s nominee to represent Indiana in the upper chamber.
Democratic Congressman Baron Hill has easily won another nomination for his 9th District House seat. Hill defeated Dubois County Democratic Party Chairman John Bottorf and three other candidates to win the party’s nod for the seat he first captured in 1998.