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

 

IndianaVoters.com
Indiana Secretary of State Election Division
MyOhioVote.com
Kentucky State Board of Elections

Eagle Country 99.3 is southeastern Indiana's local election headquarters. We’ll be updating our Indiana Votes 2022 webpage with information on elections in Dearborn, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland counties during the May 3 primary election.

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.  

 

STATE OFFICES

73.4 percent of precincts reporting 

 

US Senator

Todd Young, Republican - 291,505 (100%)

Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. Democrat - 114,263 (100%)

 

US Representative, 6th District (Portion of northern Dearborn Co., and Franklin Co.)

Greg Pence, Republican - 34,081 (76.9%)

James Dean Alspach, Republican - 10,256 (23.1%)

George Thomas Holland, Democrat - 2,127 (26.9%)

Cynthia (Cinde) Wirth, Democrat - 5,788 (73.1%)

 

US Representative, 9th District (Dearborn, Ripley, Ohio, Switzerland)

Isak Asare, Democrat - 6,184 (29.8%)

D. Liam Dorris, Democrat - 2,91 (14%)

Matthew Fyfe, Democrat - 11,671 (56.2%)

Stu Barnes-Israel, Republican - 11,440 (20.9%)

Erin Houchin, Republican - 20,613 (37.6%)

Mike Sodrel, Republican - 13,977 (25.5%)

 

 

State Senator, District 43

Chip Perfect, Republican - 5,400 (100%)

 

State Senator, District 27

Jeffrey S. Raatz, Republican - 6,366 (100%)

 

State Representative, District 67

Randy Frye, Republican - 4,016 (100%)

 

State Representative, District 68

Randy Lyness, Republican - 3,706 (100%)

 

County Council District 2

Daniel Lansing, Democrat - 136 (100%)

 

County Council District 3

Rick Orcutt, Democrat - 114 (100%)

 

Judge, Circuit Court

Aaron Negangard, Republican - 2,641 (100%)

 

Prosecuting Attorney

Lynn Deddens, Republican - 2,717 (100%)

 

County Auditor

Connie Fromhold, Republican - 2,671 (100%)

 

County Recorder

Joyce Oles, Republican - 2,694 (100%)

 

County Sheriff

Shane McHenry, Republican - 2,742 (100%)

 

County Assessor

Megan Acra, Republican - 2,656 (100%)

 

County Commissioner District 3

Rick Probst, Republican - 2,690 (100%)

 

County Council District 1

Michael Burgess, Republican - 420 (46.4%)

Liz Morris, Republican - 485 (53.6%)

 

County Council District 3

Kevin Turner, Republican - 619 (100%)

 

County Council District 4

Dennis Kraus, Republican - 729 (100%)

 

Clerk of Circuit Court

Neysa Raible, Republican - 2,426 (100%)

 

County Assessor

Deborah Schoettelkotte, Republican - 2,425 (100%)

 

County Auditor

Karla Bauman, Republican - 2,349 (100%)

 

County Commissioner District 2

John Heis, Republican - 1,721 (60.4%)

Thomas Linkel, Republican - 1,129 (39.6%)

 

County Commissioner District 1

Gerald Wendel, Republican - 2,434 (100%)

 

County Coroner

Brian Baxter, Republican - 2,530 (100%)

 

County Council Member District 4

Dwight Ball, Republican - 296 (35.4%)

Robert Evans, Republican - 541 (64.6%)

 

County Council Member District 3

Jeffery Koch, Republican - 627 (100%)

 

County Council Member District 2

Dean McQueen, Republican - 312 (60.6%)

Scott McDonough, Republican - 203 (39.4%)

 

County Council Member District 1

Cody Hollars, Republican - 198 (25.4%)

Joseph Sizemore, Republican - 204 (26.2%)

Mary Strong, Republican - 377 (48.4%)

 

County Sheriff

Peter Cates, Republican - 2,472 (100%)

 

Prosecuting Attorney

Chris Huerkamp, Republican - 2,451 (100%)

 

Town Council and Township Board candidates can be found here

 

Ohio County Auditor

Amy Hochstrasser, Republican - 261 (100%)

 

County Assessor

Deedee Brown, Republican - 252 (100%)

 

Prosecuting Attorney

Lynn Deddens, Republican - 255 (100%)

 

Judge, Circuit Court

Aaron Negangard, Republican - 244 (100%)

 

County Commissioner At Large 

Michael "Bill" Hoffman - 244 (100%)

 

County Council District 2

Christopher Flood, Republican - 45 (100%)

 

100% of precincts reporting

Voter turnout: 4359 of 21345 = 20.42%

Prosecuting Attorney

Ric Hertel, Republican - 3,273 (100%)

 

County Auditor

Amy Copeland, Republican - 3,360 (100%)

 

County Sheriff

Kurt Enneking, Republican - 1,951 (49.5%)

Rob Bradley, Republican - 1,987 (50.4%)

 

County Surveyor

Jeffery French, Republican - 3,492 (100%)

 

County Assessor

Richard Block, Republican - 1,851 (48.3%)

Shawna Bushhorn, Republican - 1,973 (51.6%)

 

County Commissioner District 1

Mark Horstman, Republican - 3,312 (100%)

 

County Council District 1

Ronald Decker, Republican - 847 (100%)

 

County Council District 2

Stan Wiedeman, Republican - 734 (100%)

 

County Council District 4

David Tebbing, Republican - 310 (33.9%)

Richard Stevens, Republican - 604 (66%)

 

For more Ripley County results, click here

 

Prosecuting Attorney

Monica Hensley, Democrat - 163 (100%)

Ryan Marshall, Republican - 762 (100%)

 

Clerk of Circuit Court

Brittany Carfield, Republican - 758 (100%)

 

County Auditor

Gayle Sullivan, Republican - 524 (56.1%)

Helen Emmich, Republican - 410 (43.9%)

 

County Sheriff

Brian Morton, Republican - 872 (100%)

 

County Commissioner District 3

Brett Jones, Democrat - 158 (100%)

 

County Council District 1

Matthew Conway, Democrat - 61 (100%)

Matthew Dutkiewicz, Republican - 207 (100%)

 

County Council District 2

Donna Faber, Democrat - 43 (100%)

 

County Council District 3

Lance Collier, Republican - 189 (100%)

 

County Council District 4

Todd Chase, Republican - 152 (100%)

 

County Commissioner District 3

James Peters, Republican - 717 (100%)

 

 

 

 

 

Events

  • St. Vincent de Paul

    Food Pantry open every Thursday from 10am until 2 pm. 210 Fifth St., Aurora, IN. 47001 812 926-1637

    at Pantry
  • Hillforest House Museum

    Overlooking the Ohio River in Aurora, the beautiful Hillforest Victorian House Museum was built in 1855 for industrialist Thomas Graff. Its unique shape is said to be inspired by steamboats of the 19th century. The site has been operating as a historic house museum since 1956 and is one of 11 National Historic Landmarks in southern Indiana. Hillforest opens for tours today and hosts many special events throughout the season. Overlooking the Ohio River in Aurora, the beautiful Hillforest Victorian House Museum was built in 1855 for industrialist Thomas Graff. Its unique shape is said to be inspired by steamboats of the 19th century. The site has been operating as a historic house museum since 1956 and is one of 11 National Historic Landmarks in southern Indiana. Hillforest open NOW…Tuesday - Friday, 11 AM - 3 PM (last tour begins at 2:15 PM) and Saturday and Sunday, 1 - 5 PM (last tour begins at 4:15 PM). (Closed major holidays). Available for special events and teas!

    at Hillforest Victorian House Museum
  • Southeastern Career Center Open House

    We are having our Open House on August 18th and I was wondering if you would be willing to put this out to the local listening area. Just a little background on us, we were the first career center to open in Indiana. We service 11 high schools in 6 counties. We offer 16 programs, industry certifications and many dual credits with Ivy Tech and Vincennes University. Enrollment for next year is around 860 students.

    at Southeastern Career Center

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The Columbus, Indiana pair are currently lodged in Dearborn County Jail.

South Dearborn Expected to Put New Athletic Facility Up for Bid in September

The 9,300 square feet facility is planned to be built where the current concession stand and locker rooms stand at Backman Field.

2022 Team Preview: Goals, Expectations Have Not Changed in Tiger Town

Lawrenceburg opens the season this Friday at East Central. Eagle Country 99.3 will bring you the call.

Local Sports Report - August 16, 2022

It was a jam-packed Tuesday night of action in Eagle Country.

Local Sports Report - August 15, 2022

There was plenty of action across multiple sports on Monday evening.

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