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Indiana Votes 2014 – Results Posted Here

Posted On May 06, 2014

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Indiana Primary Election – Tuesday, May 6, 2014        

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IndianaVoters.com
Indiana Secretary of State Election Division
MyOhioVote.com
Kentucky State Board of Elections
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August 25 – School Board Election Filing Period Ends; See Who’s Running
Aug. 14 – Aug. 22 Is Filing Deadline For Indiana School Board Candidates
Aug. 12 - Voter Rolls Clean Up Effort Finds 700K+ Registrations Innacurate
June 30 – Republicans Choose Brandt For Dearborn County Council
June 18 - Caucus To Replace Late Councilman Barrett Will Happen June 28
June 6 - Dearborn County Council Member Barrett, 75, Dies
June 3 - Ind. Voter Turnout Was 13% In May Primary
May 28 – Postcards Will Help Refine Ind. Voter Registration Lists
May 7 - Post-Election Rundown: Siekman Out, Perfect Still In, Switz. Co Sheriff Defeated
May 5 - Tuesday Is Election Day In Indiana; Be Ready
April 30 - Ind. Sec. of State: Get Out To Vote May 6
April 24 - Some Changes For Dearborn Co. Voting Precincts
April 16 - Stratton Assumes Ripley County Sheriff After Winning GOP Caucus
April 15 - Ind. Senate Candidate Perfect Endorsed By Indiana Farm Bureau
April 9 - Absentee Voting Begins In Indiana
March 19 – Local Lawyer’s Congressional Campaign Gets Key Endorsement
March 13 – State Senate Candidate Perfect Gains Chamber Endorsement
Feb. 10 - Primary Election Matchups Set As Filing Deadline Passes
Feb. 7 – Ripley County’s McDonald Files For Senate District 43
Jan. 24 – Messer Files For Re-Election
Jan. 13 – Siekman Announces Run For Ind. 6th District
Jan. 10 – Commissioner McHenry Announces Re-Election Bid
Dec. 2 – Nugent Won’t Seek Re-Election; Will Endorse Perfect

Eagle 99.3 is committed to covering southeast Indiana’s local elections in the very important 2014 election season. We’ll be updating our Indiana Votes 2014 webpage with information on elections in Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland counties during the May 6 primaries and through the November 4 general election. Local voters should make it a point to check this page frequently for updated information.

Eagle 99.3 will air live election coverage starting at 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, May 6, focusing on local races in Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland counties. Results will also be published here as they are released by election officials in each county.

 

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U.S. Congress Indiana 6th District – 100% reported

Susan Hall Heitzman (D) – 9,073 – 48%

Lane Siekman (D) – 5,571 – 30%

Corinne Nicole Westerfield (D) – 4,150 – 22%

Luke Messer (R, inc.) – 36,609 – 100%

 

Indiana Senate District 27 - 100% reported

Jerome “Jake” Hoog (D) – 1,373 – 100%

Eric Atkinson (R) – 506 – 6%

Jeff Raatz (R) – 4,231 – 48%

Doug Williamson (R) – 1,443 – 17%

R. Bruce Wissel (R) – 2,548 – 29%

 

Indiana Senate District 42 - 100% reported

None

 

Indiana Senate District 43 - 100% reported

Rudy Howard (D) – 2,937 – 100%

Bill McDonald (R) – 2,948 – 27%

Chip Perfect (R) – 5,281 – 49%

Mark Schneider (R) – 2,555 – 24%

 

Indiana House District 55 - 100% reported

Glenn E. Bailey (D) – 1,679 – 100%

Cindy Ziemke (R, inc.) – 3,871 – 100%

 

Indiana House District 67 - 100% reported

Randy Frye (R, inc.) – 5,243 – 100%

 

Indiana House District 68 - 100% reported

Rick Gill (D) – 822 – 100%

Jud McMillin (R, inc.) – 2,454 – 100%

 

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100% (45 of 45) precincts reporting. Voter turnout 9.35%. Republican ballots 80.3%. Democrat ballots 19.7%.

 

County Sheriff

Mike Kreinhop (R, inc.) – 2,283 – 100%

 

Superior Court I Judge

Jonathan Cleary (R, inc.) – 2,368 – 100%

 

Dearborn-Ohio County Prosecuting Attorney 

Aaron Negangard (R, inc.) – 2,177 – 100%

 

County Commissioner District 3

Aaron Watson (D) – 182 – 100%

Shane McHenry (R, inc.) – 2,188 – 100%

 

County Council District 1

Andrew Addison (D) – 73 – 100%

Liz Morris (R, inc.) – 612 – 100%

 

County Council District 2

Dan Lansing (D) – 193 – 100%

 

County Council District 3

Kevin Turner (D) – 182 – 100%

Maynard Barrett (R, inc.) – 388 – 56.81%

Vickie L. Hon (R) – 295 – 43.19%

 

County Council District 4

Philip “Flippy” Darling (D) – 155 – 100%

Dennis A. Kraus (R, inc.) – 543 – 100%

 

County Assessor

Gary Randy Hensley Sr. (R, inc.) – 2,171 – 100%

 

County Auditor 

Gayle L. Pennington (R, inc.) – 2,193 – 100%

 

County Recorder

Glenn Wright (R, inc.) – 2,220 – 100%

 

Town of Dillsboro Clerk-Treasurer

Janice Sullivan (R) – 115 – 100%

 

Town of Dillsboro Council At-Large

Tom Wafford (R) – 95 – 100%

 

Town of Dillsboro Council District 1

Rick Fields (R) – 103 – 100%

 

Town of Dillsboro Council District 2

Mary Lou Powers (R) – 105 – 100%

 

Center Township Trustee

Nancy Fahey Turner (D) – 80 – 100%

 

Clay Township Trustee

Ryan W. Brandt (R) – 157 – 48.46%

Jerry Cladwell (R) – 167 – 51.54%

 

Harrison Township Trustee

Denise Cottingham Bowling (R) – 102 – 53.40%

Dennis “Denny” Winia (R) – 89 – 46.60%

 

Lawrenceburg Township Trustee

Lonnie Walcott (D) – 174 – 100%

 

Logan Township Trustee

Myrtle W. White (R) – 177 – 100%

 

Manchester Township Trustee

Laura N. Ankenman (R) – 175 – 100%

 

Miller Township Trustee

Patricia A. Little (R) – 465 – 100%

 

Sparta Township Trustee 

Craig Beckley (R) – 81 – 100%

 

Washington Township Trustee

David Wunderlich (R) – 81 – 100%

 

York Township Trustee 

Leo Martin (D) – 23 – 100%

 

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100% (23 of 23) of precincts reporting. 16.55% voter turnout.

 

County Sheriff

Barry Bischoff (R) – 461 – 19.41%

Kenneth Murphy (R, inc.) – 1,485 – 62.53%

John Roberts Jr. (R) – 429 – 18.06%

 

Superior Court II Judge

Clay M. Kellerman (R, inc.) – 1,870 – 100%

 

County Prosecutor

Mel Wilhelm (D, inc.) – 509 – 100%

 

County Commissioner District 1

Chester Benton Ball (D) – 275 – 47.99%

Dale Maxie (D) – 298 – 52.01%

Scott McDonough (R, inc.) – 995 – 47.31%

Eric E. Roberts (R) – 1,108 – 52.69%

 

County Commissioner District 2

Louis J. “Louie” Fasbinder (D) – 495 – 100%

M. P Allen (R) – 688 – 32.59%

Tom Linkel (R, inc.) – 1,423 – 67.42%

 

County Council District 1

Joe Sizemore (R, inc.) – 458 – 100%

 

County Council District 2

Keith Hall (R) – 405 – 100%

 

County Council District 3

Jeff Koch (R, inc.) – 349 – 100%

 

County Council District 4

Carroll Lanning (D) – 153 – 100%

Aaron M. Leffingwell (R, inc.) – 414 – 56.25%

Curtis Ward (R) – 247 – 33.56%

Jimmy Webb (R) – 75 – 10.19%

 

County Clerk of Courts

Karla Bauman (R, inc.) – 1,775 – 100%

 

County Assessor

Sharon K. Halcomb (D, inc.) – 519 – 100%

 

County Auditor

Stephen Brack (R, inc.) – 1,708 – 100%

Jerry Erfman (D) – 462 – 100%

 

County Coroner

Wanda (Tink) Lee (R, inc.) – 1,822 – 100%

 

Brookville Town Council District 2

Darrel Flaspohler (D, inc.) – 106 – 100%

 

Brookville Town Council District 4

Haroline Ison (R) – 246 – 100%

Catherine J. Pelsor (D) – 107 – 100%

 

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100% of precincts (11 of 11) reporting

 

County Sheriff

Francis “Swede” Colen (D) – 190 – 100%

Frank McIntosh (R) – 185 – 19.19%

Glen Potts (R) – 398 – 41.29%

John Roberts (R) – 381 – 39.52%

 

Dearborn-Ohio County Prosecutor

Aaron Negangard (R, inc.) – 651 – 100% (in addition to Dearborn County totals)

 

County Commissioner District 1

Todd Ray Walton (D) – 211 – 100%

 

County Council District 1

Douglas A. Baker (R) – 122 – 100%

 

County Council District 2

Dill Dorrell (D) – 43 – 100%

 

County Council District 3

Don Grace (R) – 220 – 100%

 

County Council District 4

Jeff Iceberg (D) – 55 – 100%

 

County Assessor

Bobby Joe Keith (R) – 763 – 100%

 

County Auditor

Deb Cappel (D) – 212 – 100%

 

County Recorder

Andrea Grimsley (D) – 179 – 100%

Deedee Brown (R) – 676 – 100%

 

County Coroner

none

 

County Surveyor

Wayne Stahl (R) – 720 – 100%

 

Cass Township Trustee

LaVerne Hayes (D) – 31 – 100%

Bridget Brown Bowling (R) – 106 – 100%

 

Pike Township

Janet Iceberg (D) – 16 – 100%

 

Randolph Township Trustee

Ethel “Sissy” Lamkin (R) – 472 – 100%

 

Union Township Trustee

Deidre “DeeDee” Helton (R) – 61 – 100%

 

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100 % (25 of 25) precincts reporting. 20.42% voter turnout.

 

County Sheriff

Timothy “Tim” Sutton (D) – 560 – 83.83%

Josh Thompson (D) – 108 – 16.17%

Rob Bradley (R) – 1,205 – 34.70%

Jeff Cumberworth (R) – 1,774 – 51.08%

Joseph “Joe” Mann (R) – 494 – 14.22%

 

Circuit Court Judge

Ryan King (R) – 2,716 – 100%

 

Superior Court Judge

John Kellerman II (D) – 600 – 100%

Jeff Sharp (R) – 2,692 – 100%

 

County Prosecutor

Richard J. “Ric” Hertel (R) – 2,721 – 100%

 

County Commissioner District 1

Bill Flannery (R) – 467 – 13.73%

Jay Gayheart (R) – 527 – 15.49%

Robert J. “Bob” Linville (R) – 1,221 – 35.89%

Stan Wiedeman (R) – 1,187 – 34.89%

 

County Council District 1

William “Bill” Dramman (D) – 150 – 100%

Ron Decker (R) – 520 – 100%

 

County Council District 2

Patricia Dephane Smith (R) – 626 – 100%

 

County Council District 3

Chad Pindell (R) – 593 – 61.20%

David C. Simon (R) – 376 – 38.80%

 

County Council District 4

Edward L. Armbrecht (D) – 200 – 100%

 

County Assessor

Shawna Bushhorn (R) – 2,718 – 100%

 

County Auditor

William “Bill” Wagner – 2,729 – 100%

 

County Surveyor 

Jeffrey P. French (R) – 2,914 – 100%

 

Osgood Town Council

Linda Krinop (R) – 179 – 100%

Norman Kappes (D) – 50 – 100%

 

Adams Township Trustee

Edward Gindling (D) – 52 – 100%

 

Brown Township Trustee

Janice M. Wittich (D) – 49 – 100%

Kenneth “Sam” Copeland Jr. (R) – 192 – 100%

 

Center Township Trustee

Brenda J. Warren (R) – 339 – 100%

 

Delaware Township Trustee

Paul A. Hardy (R) – 204 – 100%

 

Franklin Township Trustee

William “Mike” Kissell (R) – 310 – 100%

 

Jackson Township Trustee

Annette Pindell (R) – 126 – 100%

 

Johnson Township Trustee

Toni Gray-Halcomb (R) – 449 – 100%

 

Laughery Township Trustee

Harold Ellinghausen (R) – 126 – 32.06%

Chris Bradford (R) – 267 – 67.94%

 

Otter Creek Township Trustee

Cynthia Melton (D) – 41 – 100%

 

Shelby Township Trustee

Phillip Morgan (D) – 27 – 100%

Stacey Schmaltz (D) – 18 – 100%

 

Washington Township Trustee

Jeffery J. Poole (R) – 255 – 100%

 

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100% (12 of 12) of precincts reporting. 21.31% voter turnout.

 

County Sheriff

Nathan Hughes (D) – 588 – 54.90%

Roy Leap (D, inc.) – 483 – 45.10%

Samuel Girod (R) – 170 – 46.70%

Robert Stockmeier (R) – 194 – 53.30%

 

Circuit Court Judge

W. Gregory Coy (D, inc.) – 914 – 100%

 

County Prosecutor

Monica Hensley (D, inc.) – 812 – 100%

 

County Commissioner District 3

Mark A. Lohide (D, inc.) – 829 – 100%

Thomas R. Stow (R) – 288 – 100%

 

County Council District 1

Thomas A. Conroy (D, inc.) – 290 – 100%

 

County Council District 2

Michael Jones (D, inc.) – 229 – 100%

 

County Council District 3

Glenn Scott (R, inc.) – 100 – 100%

 

County Council District 4

Jeff Darling (D, inc.) – 138 – 69.35%

Christopher See (D) – 61 – 30.65%

 

County Clerk of Courts

Kimberly A. Hambrick (D, inc.) – 826 – 100%

Elodia G. Sullivan (R) – 294 – 100%

 

County Assessor

Joan Armstrong (D, inc.) – 866 – 100%

 

County Auditor

Carla J. Harsin (D) – 752 – 100%

Gayle A. Rayles (R, inc.) – 333 – 100%

 

Cotton Township Trustee

Barbara Bowling (D) – 135 – 100%

 

Jefferson Township Trustee

Wade Hughes (D) – 390 – 84.42%

Helen Peelman (D) – 71 – 15.58%

 

Pleasant Township Trustee

Jim Wingate (D) – 74 – 100%

Melissa “Missy” Stow (R) – 54 – 100%

 

Posey Township Trustee

Joey Rider (R) – 61 – 100%

 

York Township Trustee

Andrea Brogan (D) – 59 – 44.70%

Clifford “Kip” Hatton (D) – 30 – 22.73%

Dale Patterson (D) – 35 – 26.52%

Jeffrey Weales (D) – 8 – 6.06%

 

2 comments
HannahA1
HannahA1

Barrack Hussein Obama, by far the worst President in American History, should help the Republicans win throughout the Country. 

dishonj
dishonj

Go Democrats! the republican does not represent the next generation.