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New county election filings include prosecuting attorney, judge and assessor positions

With one week left to file, the county clerk's office continues to receive applications for the 2014 primaries.

Posted on Jan. 31, 2014 at 1:23 p.m.

GOSHEN — There's one week left to file for positions in the 2014 Elkhart County primary elections, and applications for posts continue to roll in.

According to information from the Elkhart County Clerk's Office, there have been 14 new filings since Tuesday, Jan. 28.

On Wednesday, Jan. 29, and Thursday, Jan. 30, the following filed for posts in the primaries:

  • Charles Carter Wicks, Republican, as Superior Court 5 judge
  • Curtis T. Hill Jr.,  Republican, for re-election as prosecuting attorney
  • Kristin Rowe, Republican, for re-election as Concord Township assessor
  • Edith Gray, Republican, for re-election to the Elkhart Township Board
  • Tim L. Stutsman, Republican, for a seat on the Harrison Township Board
  • Rick Vandegrift, Republican, for re-election to the Olive Township Board
  • Leland Bauman, Republican, for a seat on the Union Township Board
  • John P. Baker, Republican, for a seat on the York Township Board
  • Jeff Barnes, Republican, for a seat on the York Township Board
  • Dean Martin, Republican, for a seat on the York Township Board
  • Helen Finnigan as Concord Democratic Precinct committeeman
  • Galen Davis has District 2 Republican State Convention delegate
  • A.J. Lane as District 4 Republican State Convention delegate
  • Gayle Lane as District 4 Republican State Convention delegate

The deadline for filing is noon Friday, Feb. 7.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The original version of this story incorrectly listed the deadline for filing. It has been updated and the story is now correct.


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