- Election 2012
Council race heats up in Plainfield
PLAINFIELD— With all five town council seats up for grabs, the Primary Election race is heating up in Plainfield.
Candidacy filings open for May primary election
DANVILLE — Candidates starting showing up at the Hendricks County Government Center earlier this week to file the necessary paperwork that will allow them to run for office in this year’s May primary election.
Johnson earns re-election bid
DANVILLE— Candidates in most county races ran unopposed with the exception of incumbent Nancy Johnson (R), who was running against Charles Bender (D).
County reports smooth election process
DANVILLE— Hendricks County once again enjoyed a smooth election process with strong turnout.
- Looking at Election 2010
Hoosier voters make voices heard on election day
Indiana voters flocked to the polls with determination on Tuesday to have their say in the state’s and country’s political future. With the economy still up in the air and many hot ticket issues like property tax caps and school referendums on the ballots, voters crossed their fingers and cast their ballots.
Washington Township looks toward new vision
It’s been a busy year for Republican Don Hodson. Since announcing Nov. 4, 2009, that he would run for Washington Township trustee, he’s been working on his campaign.
That paid off Tuesday, as he took more than 80 percent of the vote.
Town council works to finish projects it began
For Mike Rogers, winning a seat on the Avon Town Council is something that he has grown accustomed to.
Rogers, who will be the senior member on the board, has served 12 years in that capacity. He can now add four more to his resume, as he defeated Democrat Kashif Khan in Tuesday’s election.
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