The 2014 Indiana primary election is May 6, 2014. Key races this year include Indiana State House Districts 48 and 22, the 2nd District of the U.S. House of Representatives, Elkhart County's Superior Court 3 and an Elkhart County Commissioner seat.
To help you prepare to cast your vote, we've make this guide. In it, you'll find everything you need to know before you head to the polls.
The elkharttruth.com editorial board also took a different approach to the primary this year. Instead of giving endorsements, they analyzed candidates' strengths and weaknesses based on video interviews and The Elkhart Truth's previous political coverage.
(Click on the map, then on the checked boxes on the right side of the map key to include or exclude districts or election-affected areas.)
Changes to how Elkhart County voters cast their ballots
There's still time to vote absentee in-person
Which elections are happening?
Everything you need to know about 2nd District of the U.S. House of Representatives race
Everything you need to know about the Indiana House District 48 race
Everything you need to know about the Indiana House District 22 Race
Everything you need to know about the Elkhart County Superior Court 3 race
Everything you need to know about the Elkhart County Commissioners race
What other races are happening this year?
Primary elections 2014: Unopposed candidates
What about the Elkhart and Concord school referendums?
Everything you need to know about the Concord and Elkhart School referendums
Where can I get more information about a certain candidate?