Voting

Citizens across Indiana will get to vote in the May 5 primary. But one week before the filing deadline for candidates, many races in Elkhart County are uncontested.

ELKHART — With just over a week left to file in Indiana primary elections, it appears Elkhart County voters will not need to influence the November ballot much.

That could change by the Feb. 7 deadline, but for now, most races that local residents can vote in have no more than one candidate for each major party.

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