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Many incumbents file for re-election to Elkhart County posts

Several incumbents filed for re-election in 2014 elections.
Truth Staff
Posted on Jan. 8, 2014 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Jan. 8, 2014 at 6:06 p.m.

GOSHEN — Several incumbents filed for re-election in elections later this year.

Filing for 2014 elections Wednesday, Jan. 8, the first day to formally file at the Elkhart County Clerk’s Office, were:

Ÿ Wendy Hudson for re-election as Elkhart County Clerk of the Circuit Court.

Ÿ Brad Rogers for re-election as Elkhart County sheriff.

Ÿ Cathy Searcy for re-election as Elkhart County assessor.

Ÿ Frank Lucchese for re-election as District 1 rep on the Elkhart County Board of Commissioners.

Ÿ Randy Yohn for re-election as District 2 rep on the Elkhart County Council.

Ÿ Darryl Riegsecker for re-election as District 3 rep on the county council.

Ÿ Dave Hess for re-election as District 4 rep on the county council.

Ÿ Chuck Cheek for re-election as Elkhart Township trustee.

Ÿ Larry Blackport for re-election to the Elkhart Township Board.

Ÿ Dick Griffen for re-election to the Osolo Township Board.

All filers Wednesday are Republican. The filing period extends until noon Feb. 7.



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