- Election 2012
Romney: 'This is a time of great challenges'
Republican Mitt Romney conceded defeat in the presidential contest early Wednesday, saying the nation had chosen Barack Obama to remain president for another term and that it was time for the nation to unite behind him.
Dems retain auditor, coroner, surveyor offices
Democrats, including one incumbent, held onto three county courthouse offices in Tuesday’s election.
Democrats seize control of Madison County Council
Madison County voters rejected the sharply conservative agenda of the Madison County Council in Tuesday’s general election, returning control of the fiscal body to Democrats.
Brooks defeats Reske for U.S. House seat
Republican Susan Brooks, who held off a big challenge from former U.S. Rep. David McIntosh in the primary, swept into Congress on Tuesday night with a decisive victory over Democrat Scott Reske of Pendleton in the 5th Congressional District.
Donnelly wins Indiana Senate battle for Democrats
Democrat Joe Donnelly triumphed Tuesday in one of the nation's most tumultuous Senate races, capitalizing on fallout over his tea party-backed opponent's comment that a pregnancy resulting from rape is "something God intended" to capture a seat that only months ago seemed safely in Republican hands.
Incumbents sweep in local state rep races
The results are in, and the local state representatives are staying pretty much the same.
McGinnis keeps seat in South Madison school board race
Glad for the chance to keep her seat, Amy McGinnis was the winner of the South Madison School Corp. District 4 race Tuesday.
Madison-Grant school board incumbent uprooted
One of three contested school board races in Madison County, the Madison-Grant United School Corp. race was the only one to see the incumbent uprooted.
A few problems, some delays on Tuesday
With national races and important topics, Madison County saw 56 percent of registered voters turn out for Tuesday’s general election.
Presidential race is personal for some voters
Late Tuesday night, several news outlets had called the presidential race for democratic incumbent Barack Obama. In Madison County, however, Republican challenger Mitt Romney took a narrow-margin victory. For some central Indiana voters, that vote was personal.
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