Indiana Votes 2019

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

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Candidates Can File For Indiana Town Elections Until Aug. 1

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2019 Primary Election Candidates List

VIDEO: Lawrenceburg Mayor Mollaun's State Of The City Address

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Valas Makes Aurora Mayoral Run Official

School Board Member Wants To Join L'burg City Council

Businessman Schneider Running For L'burg City Council

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Aurora Councilman Drury Aims To Succeed Hastings As Mayor

AUDIO: Greendale Mayor Weiss Says He’s Running For Re-Election

Rising Sun Mayor Bascom Not Running For Re-Election

It's Official: Dearborn County Now Using Vote Centers For Elections

 

“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 2019 webpage with information on elections in Dearborn, Ohio, and Ripley counties during the May 7 primaries and through the November 5 general election.

Eagle Country 99.3 will air live primary election coverage starting at 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, May 7, focusing on local races in Dearborn, Ohio, and Ripley 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.  

 

DEARBORN  OHIO  RIPLEY

 

 

Voter turnout 19.37%

1,140 Republican ballots cast

594 Democratic ballots cast

 

City of Aurora

 

Republican

 

Mayor

Mark A. Drury - 132 - 60.55%

Patrick Schwing - 86 - 39.45%

 

 

Democratic

 

Mayor

Melvin C. Kremer Jr. - 59 - 43.15%

Dan Valas - 52 - 46.85%

 

Clerk-Treasurer

Benny Turner - 102 - 100%

 

Council At-Large

Rick Orcutt - 86 - 100%

 

Council District 3

Terry Hahn - 21 - 100%

 

Council District 4

Tristica Sheckles Howard - 34 - 100%

 

 

 

City of Lawrenceburg

 

Republican

 

Mayor

Kelly L. Mollaun - 351 - 51.24%

Mike Lawrence - 173 - 25.26%

Steve Linkmeyer - 161 - 23.50%

 

Clerk-Treasurer

Mark Fette - 593 - 100%

 

Council At-Large

Brett Bondurant - 379 - 57.08%

Wendy Rainey - 285 - 42.92%

 

Council District 1

Tony Abbott - 93 - 100%

Tom Schneider - 72 - 43.64%

 

Council District 2

Ty York - 68 - 100%

 

Council District 3

Thomas “Tom” Rowlett Sr. - 215 - 100%

 

Council District 4

Lennie Fryman - 167 - 100%

 

 

Democratic

 

Mayor

Aaron Cook - 185 - 62.29%

Dennis R. Carr - 112 - 37.71%

 

 

Judge

Joseph R. Johns - 273 - 100%

 

Clerk-Treasurer

Richard Richardson - 272 - 100%

 

Council At-Large

Paul Wayne Seymour Jr. - 237 - 100%

 

Council District 1

Jane Pope - 55 - 56.12%

Tim Denning - 43 - 43.88%

 

Council District 2

Regina Rybolt - 42 - 61.76%

J.R. Holdcraft - 26 - 38.24%

 

Council District 3

Allen “Mooch” Callaway - 25 - 50% (tie)

Norman “Dan” Rogers - 25 - 50% (tie)

 

Council District 4

Randy Abner - 45 - 56.25%

H. Bryan Johnson - 35 - 43.75%

 

 

City of Greendale

 

Republican

 

Council At-Large (two elected)

A Vincent Karsteter - 210 - 100%

 

Council District 1

Walt “Doc” Wilson - 21 - 52.50%

John C. Davis - 19 - 47.50%

 

Council District 3

Matt McCool - 36 - 100%

 

Council District 4

Kurt Mollaun - 64 - 100%

 

Council District 5

Brett “Mooch” Hamilton - 42 - 100%

 

 

Democratic

 

Clerk-Treasurer

Mary Jo “Joey” Lynch - 158 - 100%

 

Council At-Large (two elected)

Erin Marqua - 155 - 100%

 

Council District 1

Christine Craig - 28 - 65.12%

John Johnson - 15 - 34.88%

 

Council District 2

Jerry Abbott - 38 - 100%

 

Council District 5

Ty Bowell - 15 - 100%

 

   

   

 

No contested races in the May 7, 2019 primary election

 

City of Rising Sun

Republican

Mayor – Steve Slack

Council At-Large – Sunshine K. Colen

Council District 1 – James McDaniel Jr.

Council District 3 – Thomas McKay Sr.

Council District 4 – Dennis W. Williams

 

Democratic

Clerk-Treasurer – Rae Lynn Gipson

Council At-Large – Dennis “Bud” Radcliff

Council District 2 – William “Bill” Marksberry

Council District 3 – Sheena Graham

Council District 4 – Garry Forwood

 

 

No contested races in the May 7, 2019 primary election

 

City of Batesville (includes Franklin County)

Republican

Mayor – Michael A. Bettice

Clerk-Treasurer – Paul Gates

Council District 2 – Tracy K. Rohlfing

Council District 3 – James A. Fritsch

Council District 4 – John A. Irrgang

 

Democratic

Judge – John L. Kellerman II

Council At-Large – Pamela J. Simpson-Flodder

Council District 1 – Darrick Cox

 

 

Town of Versailles

Republican

Town Council Seat 1 – Steve Mathes

Town Council Seat 2 – Roxanne Meyer

Town Council Seat 3 – Joshua C. Combs

 

Democratic

Clerk-Treasurer – Kiersten B. Libby

 

 

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