The Herald Bulletin reached out to candidates in the June primary for information on their background and goals to better help readers in their voting decisions.
Current and former judges at a candidate forum held on Anderson’s west side Saturday expressed wariness at the prospect of installing a new Supreme Court justice in a matter of less than two months.
Westside voters will have an opportunity Saturday to learn about the platform of candidates in several races, including school boards and judges, at a free public event.
About 27% of Madison County voters turned out Tuesday to vote for local, state and national seats. The Madison County Election Board collected more than 24,000 ballots, according to Madison Co…
Republican Scott Norrick will face off in November against Democrat Kyle Noone for the Madison County Circuit 5 seat vacated by longtime Judge Thomas Clem.
After winning Tuesday's primary, Republican Tony Cook will continue to defend his 32nd District seat in the November general election, when he'll campaign against Democrat Amie Neiling.
Two incumbent members of the Madison County Council emerged as victors in the Republican Party primary along with a first-time candidate.
Though it was a primary in the middle of a pandemic, about 27% of Madison County voters participated in selecting nominees for local, state and national seats.
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