Indiana Votes 2018

Eagle Country 99.3 is southeastern Indiana's local election headquarters.

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Indiana Secretary of State Election Division
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Kentucky State Board of Elections
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April 24 - April 30 Is Last Day To Request Absentee Ballot By Mail

April 24 - Indiana U.S. Senate Candidates Wrangle In Third Debate

April 23 - Dearborn, Ohio County Democrats To Hold Candidate Forum

April 20 - Report: Messer Did Not Disclose DUIs Prior To 2003 Caucus To Replace Lawmaker Killed By Drunk Driver

April 19 - Trump Campaign Takes Issue With Rokita's Yard Signs

April 18 - Senate Candidate Todd Rokita Retroactively Accepts Debate Invite

April 12 - Dearborn County Debates Air April 24 On Eagle Country 99.3

April 12 - Indiana Debate Commission Welcoming Questions For Senate Candidates

April 10 - Early Voting Underway For Primary Election

April 6 - Dearborn Co. Chamber To Host Post Legislative Luncheon Apr. 17

April 5 - Letter: Congress Hopeful Siekman Says Trade War Will Hit Indiana Hard

April 4 - April 9 Is Voter Registration Deadline In Indiana, Ohio

Feb. 8 - Ind. Secretary Of State Introduces Updated Indiana Voters Website

Feb. 5 - Greg Pence Files To Run For GOP Nomination In 6th District

Feb. 2 - Dearborn Co. Republican Caucus Selects New County Clerk Of Courts

Feb. 2 - Rising Sun’s Siekman Officially Files To Run For Congress

Feb. 2 - Indiana U.S. Senate Field Now Numbers Four

 
 
 
 
 

“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

Eagle Country 99.3 is southeastern Indiana's local election headquarters. We’ll be updating our Indiana Votes 2018 webpage with information on elections in Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland counties during the May 8 primaries and through the November 6 general election. Eagle Country 99.3 will air live primary election coverage starting at 7:00 p.m. on Primary Election Day, Tuesday, May 8, focusing on local races in Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland counties. 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. Senator

Democrat

Joe Donnelly - 100%

Republican - 92% reporting

Mike Braun - 207,424 - 41%

Luke Messer - 145,591 - 29%

Todd Rokita - 145,591 - 30%

  U.S. Representative, Indiana 6th District

Democrat - 96% precincts reporting

George T. Holland -  2,567 - 11%

Jeannine Lee Lake - 8,887 - 38%

K. Jasen Lave - 446 - 2%

Jim Pruett - 5,981 - 26%

Lane Siekman - 3,606 - 15%

Joshua Williamson - 1,695 - 7%

Republican - 96% precincts reporting

Mike Campbell - 3,229 - 4%

Jonathan M. Lamb - 17,523 - 24%

Stephen M. MacKenzie - 2,500 - 3%

Greg Pence - 47,955 - 66%

Jeff Smith - 2,258 - 3%

  Indiana Senate, District 43

Democrat

none

Republican

Clyde A. "Chip" Perfect, Jr. - 100%

  Indiana House, District 55

Democrat

none

Republican

Mark Bacon - 3,002 - 42%

Cindy Meyer Ziemke - 4,073 - 58%

  Indiana House, District 67

Democrat

none

Republican

Randy Frye - 100%

  Indiana House, District 68

Democrat

Matt Gaustad - 100%

Republican

Randy Lyness - 100%

 

 

45 of 45 precincts (100%) reporting

 

County Commissioner, District 3

Democrat

none

Republican

Jeff Hughes - 4,377 - 100%

  County Council, District 1

Democrat

Ann "Shelly" Snyder - 178 - 100%

Republican

Liz Morris - 1,308 - 100%

  County Council, District 2

Democrat

Dan Lansing - 320 - 100%

Republican

Donna Thacker - 888 - 100%

  County Council, District 3

Democrat

Melvin Kremer, Jr. - 191 - 100%

Republican

Ryan W. Brandt - 598 - 46%

Kevin R. Turner - 701 - 54%

  County Council, District 4

Democrat

none

Republican

Dennis A. Kraus - 1,218 - 100%

  County Superior Court No. 2

Democrat

none

Republican

Sally A. McLaughlin - 4,599 - 100%

  County Prosecutor (Dearborn & Ohio Counties)

Democrat

none

Republican

Lynn Deddens - 4,636 - 100%

  County Sheriff

Democrat

none

Republican

Shane McHenry - 3,310 - 58%

Brad Schwing - 2,418 - 42%

  County Assessor

Democrat

none

Republican

Megan A. Acra - 4,245 - 100%

  County Auditor

Democrat

none

Republican

Connie A. Fromhold - 4,321 - 100%

County Recorder

Democrat

Christine Craig - 881 - 100%

Republican

Vickie Hon - 1,935 - 40%

Joyce A. Oles - 2,849 - 60%

Town of Dillsboro Clerk-Treasurer

Democrat

None

Republican

Rita Cutter Stevens - 120 - 100%

  Town of Dillsboro Town Council, At-Large

Democrat

Christina "Tina" Fortner - 25 - 100%

Republican

Tom Wafford - 114 - 100%

  Town of Dillsboro Town Council, District 1

Democrat

none

Republican

Casey Finnegan - 116 - 100%

  Town of Dillsboro Town Council, District 2

Democrat

none

Republican

Mary Lou Powers - 119 - 100%

   

 

23 of 23 precincts reporting (100%)

 

County Commissioner, District 1

Democrat

none

Republican

Eric E. Roberts - 1113 - 37%

Gerald "Jerry" Wendel - 1866 - 63%

  County Commissioner, District 2

Democrat

none

Republican

Tom Linkel - 2339 - 100%

  County Council, District 1

Democrat

Thomas W. Vohland - 95 - 100%

Republican

Joe Sizemore - 608 - 100%

  County Council, District 2

Democrat

Chester Ball - 94 - 100%

Republican

Scott M. McDonough - 506 - 100%

  County Council, District 3

Democrat

Richard Cartwright - 161 - 100%

Republican

Jeff Koch - 569 - 100%

  County Council, District 4

Democrat

Joe W. Gillespie, Jr. - 142 - 100%

Republican

none

  Judge of Circuit County No. 1

Democrat

none

Republican

J. Steven Cox - 2573 - 100%

  County Prosecutor

Democrat

Sean M. Vicente - 458 - 100%

Republican

Chris Huerkamp - 2514 - 100%

  County Sheriff

Democrat

none

Republican

Peter W. Cates - 1742 - 56%

John Roberts, Jr. - 1387 - 44%

  County Clerk of Courts

Democrat

none

Republican

Neysa R. Raible - 2531 - 100%

  County Assessor

Democrat

none

Republican

Cheryl Campbell - 1114 - 36%

Brenda Eckerle - 1946 - 64%

  County Auditor

Democrat

none

Republican

Karla Bauman - 2509 - 100%

  County Coroner

Democrat

none

Republican

Brian Baxter - 1888 - 62%

Brian Kelley Bischoff - 1144 - 38%

  Town of Brookville Town Council, Ward 2

Democrat

Darrel Flaspohler - 136 - 100%

Republican

none

  Town of Brookville Town Council, Ward 4

Democrat

Catherine J. Pelsor - 113 - 100%

Republican

none

   

 

11 of 12 precincts reporting (91.67%)

 

County Commissioner, District 1

Democrat

Todd Walton - 68 - 100% 

Republican

none

  County Council, District 1

Democrat

Tiffany Clark - 63 - 100%

Republican

none

  County Council, District 2

Democrat

Jeff Rumsey - 63 - 100%

Republican

Chris Flood - 89 - 100%

  County Council, District 3

Democrat

Carol Stow Stapleton - 48 - 100%

Republican

Don Grace - 106 - 100%

  County Council, District 4

Democrat

Jeff Iceberg - 51 - 100%

Republican

Myron Dennis - 121 - 100%

  County Prosecutor (Dearborn & Ohio Counties)

Democrat

none

Republican

Lynn Deddens - 396 - 100%

  County Sheriff

Democrat

Doug Taylor - 185 - 100%

Republican

Glen Potts - 459 - 100%

  County Assessor

Democrat

none

Republican

Ed Hautman - 382 - 100%

  County Auditor

Democrat

Deb Cappel - 235 -100%

Republican

Amy Hamilton Hochstrasser - 416 - 100%

  County Recorder

Democrat

none

Republican

Doris Young - 417 - 100%

  County Surveyor

Democrat

none

Republican

Wayne Stahl - 415 - 100%

  County Coroner

Democrat

none

Republican

Cliff Thies - 416 - 100%

   

 

25 of 25 precincts reporting (100%)

 

County Commissioner, District 1

Democrat

none

Republican

Mark A. Horstman - 1828 – 100%

  County Council, District 1

Democrat

none

Republican

Ron Decker - 466 - 100%

  County Council District 2

Democrat

none

Republican

Rob Seig - 357 - 75%

Patricia Dephane Smith - 116 - 25% 

  County Council, District 3

Democrat

none

Republican

Chad E. Pindell - 265 - 100%

  County Council, District 4

Democrat

Edward L. Armbrecht - 122 - 100%

Republican

none

  County Prosecutor

Democrat

none

Republican

Richard J. "Ric" Hertel - 1867 - 100%

  County Sheriff

Democrat

none

Republican

Jeffrey A. Cumberworth - 1944 - 100%

  County Assessor

Democrat

none

Republican

Shawna F. Bushhorn - 1828 - 100%

  County Auditor

Democrat

none

Republican

Amy R. Copeland - 1864 - 100%

  County Surveyor

Democrat

none

Republican

Jeffrey P. French - 1932 - 100%

  Town of Osgood Council

Democrat

Norman Kappes - 35 - 100%

Republican

Holly M. Rose - 121 - 100%

     

 

12 of 12 precincts reporting (100%)

 

County Commissioner, District 3

Democrat

Jack Asbury - 123 - 26%

Mark Lohide - 347 - 74%

Republican

none

  County Council, District 1

Democrat

Dana Griffin - 123 - 100%

Republican

Elizabeth "Itsy" Jones - 283 - 100%

  County Council, District 2

Democrat

Steve Lyons - 100 - 100%

Republican

Mike Bear - 227 - 100%

  County Council, District 3

Democrat

none

Republican

Lance M. Collier - 197 - 63%

Aaron Cutter - 114 - 37%

  County Council, District 4

Democrat

Jeff Darling - 87 - 76%

Dusty Higgins - 28 - 24%

Republican

Todd A. Chase - 225 - 100%

  County Prosecutor

Democrat

Monica L. Hensley - 375 - 100%

Republican

none

  County Sheriff

Democrat

Cory J. Hankins - 138 - 100%

Republican

Rod Chase - 250 - 19%

Brian Morton - 745 - 56%

JJ Sullivan - 347 - 25%

  County Clerk of Courts

Democrat

none

Republican

Gayle Sullivan - 1,043 - 100%

  County Assessor

Democrat

Stacey Mathews - 383 - 100%

Republican

none

  County Auditor

Democrat

Trenton R. Ricketts - 382 - 100%

Republican

none

 

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