After losing his bid to return to the Anderson City Council in District 5, Republican Art Pepelea Jr. has filed for a recount.
The Pendleton Town Council will undergo a little reconfiguration as Democrat Steve Denny replaces Republican incumbent Jessica S. Bastin in District 2.
A race marked by agreement on several issues and cordiality between the two candidates ended Tuesday when voters elected Willie Boles as the town’s new clerk/treasurer.
Incumbent Thomas Broderick Jr. becomes the first Anderson mayor to serve consecutive terms in office since Democrat J. Mark Lawler served four terms from 1988 through 2004.
Bundled in a long coat to keep warm in the predawn hours, Karen Quashie was one of the first people in line to vote at the Indiana Army National Guard on Tuesday.
With no Republicans seeking the at-large positions on the Anderson City Council, the three Democrats are being challenged by a lone Libertarian Party candidate.
With voters going to the polls in two days, the candidates vying to become Anderson’s next mayor are stressing their respective campaign platforms.
As Mayor Ron Richardson prepares to step down from his official duties at the end of the year, Republican Todd Naselroad and Democrat Penny Stevens each are ready to take his place.
Managing growth, encouraging transparency and public participation and staying on top of infrastructure needs lead the agenda for candidates competing for the three seats up for grabs on the Pendleton Town Council.
Republican incumbent Matt Roberts hopes he has been doing a good enough job since January when he was appointed as Pendleton’s clerk-treasurer that voters on Tuesday will allow him to continue doing the job.
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