Indiana Votes

“Elections belong to the people. It's their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters.” ― Abraham Lincoln
Indiana Secretary of State Election Division
Kentucky State Board of Elections

Eagle Country 99.3 is southeastern Indiana's local election headquarters. We’ll be updating our Indiana Votes 2020 webpage with information on elections in Dearborn, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland counties during the November 3 general election.

Eagle Country 99.3 will air live primary election coverage starting at 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3 focusing on the Presidential race, state level races and local races in southeastern Indiana. Local voters should make it a point to check this page frequently for updated information. Election results will also be published here on election night as they are released by election officials in each county.  



U.S. President 

Joe Biden, Democrat 

Donald Trump, Republican 


United States Representative Sixth District  

Jeannine L. Lake, Democrat 

Tom Ferkinhoff, Libertarian 

Greg Pence, Republican 



Woodrow (Woody) Myers, Democrat (Lt. Governor Linda C. Lawson)

Donald G. Rainwater II, Libertarian (Lt. Governor William E. Henry)

Eric Holcomb, Republican (Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch)


Attorney General 

Jonathan Weinzapfel, Democrat

Todd Rokita, Republican


State Representative District 55

Cindy Ziemke, Republican 


State Representative District 67

Randy Frye, Republican 


State Representative District 68

Randy Lyness, Republican 


State Senate District 42

Jean Leising, Republican 



County Clerk

Gayle L Pennington, Republican 


County Treasurer

Barb Kaffenberger-Scherzinger, Republican 


County Coroner

Cameron McCreary, Republican 


County Surveyor

Dennis Kraus, Jr Republican 


Commissioner District 1 

Jim Thatcher, Republican 


Commissioner District 2

Arthur Little, Republican 


Council At-Large

Tim Doll, Republican

Allen W Goodman, Republican 

Glenn Delbert Wright, Republican 



County Clerk

Jamie S Stegemiller Republican


County Treasurer

Melinda S Smith Republican 


County Coroner

Rebecca A Jackson Republican 


Commissioner District 2

Thomas H Baxter Republican 


Commissioner District 3

Connie J Brown Republican 


Council At-Large

Mark A. Guard, Democratic 

Charles R Cleary Jr. ,Republican 

Yvonne Walton, Republican 

Tammy Elbright, Republican




Judge Ripley Superior Court

Jeff Sharp Republican 


Judge Ripley Circuit Court, 80th Judicial Court

Ryan J. King Republican 


County Clerk

Ginger J Bradford Republican 


County Treasurer

Lisa Vestal Republican 


Commissioner District 2

Chris Schmaltz Republican


Commissioner District 3

James (Kendall) Hankins Republican


Council At-Large

Cordelle Feuston Democratic 

Paula Rasnick Independent 

Katie Bailey Republican 

ndrew Decker Republican 

Peggy A Ehlers Republican 



Circuit Court Judge

W. Gregory (Greg) Coy Democratic 


County Recorder

Nancy J Barker Democratic  

Dawn M Naylor Republican 


County Treasurer

Gayle A Rayles Republican 


County Coroner

Ashley E Mcalister Democratic 

Clinton W Earls Republican


County Surveyor

Brian W Craig Democratic 

Brian R Mcallister Republican 


Commissioner District 1 

Grant S Dean Republican 


Commissioner District 2

Lane R Armstrong Democratic 

Jerry D Monjar Republican 


Council At-Large

Rachel A Schuler Democratic 

Jason T Scudder Democratic 

Mindy Ellegood-Turner Democratic 

Lisa A Fisher Republican

Andy Haskell Republican

Randy Leap Republican 




Brothers Spend Summer Raising Money For St. Nicholas Heritage Project

Jack and Will Hartman presented a check to the parish on Tuesday.

Aurora City Council Approves Golf Cart Ordinance

Golf carts and other similar motorized devices may be used within the city limits beginning January 1, 2021.

Lyness: Don't delay, Apply For A Paid Statehouse Internship By Oct. 31

Interns receive biweekly compensation of $750.

Beacon Ortho: Students Can Possibly Be Injured by Repetitive Stress On Hands & Arms

Distanced-learning increases time at computers and maybe Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Local Sports Report - October 23-24, 2020

The IHSAA State Football Tournament got underway and local cross country stars competed at semi state.

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