GOSHEN — Election officials finalized some details ahead of a special election that will cost Elkhart Community Schools north of $17,000 to run.
INDIANAPOLIS — A proposal to expand early voting would solidify an option that election boards already have, according to the Elkhart County circuit court clerk.
ELKHART — The Indiana chapter of Common Cause, a non-partisan organization for fair and open elections, on Friday called for the resignation of multiple lawmakers, including U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-Ind.
ELKHART — U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-Ind, said in a statement Thursday that there must be a peaceful transition of power when President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated on Jan. 20.
GOSHEN — Business owner Joanna King was selected Tuesday by Republican precinct committeemen to replace former state Rep. Christy Stutzman, R-Middlebury, to represent District 49 in the Indiana House.
GOSHEN — Indiana Republican Party Chairman Kyle Hupfer on Monday announced plans for a caucus of eligible precinct committee members to fill the upcoming vacancy in the office of House District 49.
MIDDLEBURY — Indiana state Rep. Christy Stutzman, R-Middlebury, announced Tuesday she is stepping down, blaming the governor’s coronavirus-related business restrictions.
GOSHEN — Officials completed this year’s vote count Friday, in an election that broke the record for most ballots casts in Elkhart County history.
ELKHART — A group of atheists is criticizing Elkhart County for using churches as voting centers, in what the atheists see as a “Christian sponsored Election Day.”
GOSHEN — Republicans maintained their dominance over local government in Elkhart County on Tuesday, electing county officials and state lawmakers by wide margins.
MISHAWAKA — Republican U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski declared victory at 10 p.m. Tuesday, claiming a fifth consecutive term in the House of Representatives at the expense of her Democratic challenger, Pat Hackett.
ELKHART — The final day of in-person absentee voting in Indiana brought long lines at polling stations in Elkhart County with early voting numbers surpassing any other election year, according to election officials.
ELKHART — Donald Rainwater, the Libertarian candidate for Indiana governor, finished his tour of the state in Elkhart on Sunday afternoon with a crowd of about 40 supporters.
ELKHART — Gov. Eric Holcomb on Friday said the Elkhart County Health Department should not base decisions about COVID-19 restrictions on the potential political implications, including the governor’s own reelection chances.
ELKHART — Curt Nisly, a three-term Republican incumbent, is being challenged by Democratic candidate Kelly Thompson for the District 22 House seat.
ELKHART — Democratic candidate Amanda Qualls, a Goshen school board member, is challenging Republican incumbent Christy Stutzman for the District 49 House seat in the Nov. 3 election.
ELKHART — State Rep. Timothy Wesco is being challenged for his District 21 seat in this election, as Democrat Ryan Liedtky believes he has a chance at winning in the heavily Republican district.
ELKHART — Republican incumbent state Rep. Doug Miller is running for re-election in a race with Democratic challenger Aaron Mishler, an Elkhart City Councilman, for the District 48 House seat in the Nov. 3 election.
ELKHART — The Elkhart County Health Department will not reintroduce COVID-19 restrictions at least until after Election Day. Not because the outbreak is not serious enough but because of the potential political consequences.
GOSHEN — Republican state Sen. Blake Doriot is being challenged for his District 12 seat in this election, as retired businessman Charles Mumaw, a Democrat, runs for the Senate for the third time.
INDIANAPOLIS — More than 1 million Indiana voters requested early ballots this fall amid worries about the coronavirus, a record number but still lower than officials initially projected.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb took on the conservative criticism over his coronavirus pandemic orders as he faced his two reelection challengers in a televised debate Tuesday night.
Indiana Democrats are targeting the state attorney general’s race as their best chance to break the stranglehold Republicans have over state government.
ELKHART — Though two candidates are running for the State Senate District 9 seat, one of them being the incumbent, the campaign is one of the quieter ones. None of the candidates responded to interview requests.
GOSHEN — Democratic nominee for Indiana attorney general Jonathan Weinzapfel stopped in Goshen on Wednesday afternoon to address a small crowd of local supporters at the Rogers Park Pavilion.
GOSHEN — Democrats, in what has been long been a solidly Republican county, believe their influence has grown in recent years, and they have great expectations for 2020.
ELKHART — U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, a Republican representing District 2, is looking to win a fifth term in the House of Representatives on Nov. 3. Challenging her is Democrat and attorney Pat Hackett.
GOSHEN — Poll workers must mask up during the election while voters who refuse to wear them may be given accommodations, election officials have decided.
ELKHART — Voters can get insight into Elkhart School Board candidates from contested races during a forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Elkhart County and the Elkhart County NAACP on Tuesday night.
NAPPANEE — Community group ACT Nappanee-Wakarusa will feature two presentations Oct. 13 on how to create a more fair and just future, a “both thoughtful and robust” program that will touch on health care, justice, crime, scams and the Golden Rule.
GOSHEN — As a deadline neared for voters to register, local election and party officials reported a surge in absentee balloting and an increase in participation in the process.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s Republican governor has consistently touted face masks to slow the spread of the coronavirus and prominently wears one in his reelection ads, even as President Donald Trump resists their use.
ELKHART — Pontoons, power boats, bass boats, even a Jet Ski, were among more than 80 watercraft in a parade Sunday on the upper St. Joseph River in support of President Donald Trump.
GOSHEN — County election officials have stocked up on personal protective equipment for the general election, but face mask requirements are still an open question.
GOSHEN — Voting by mail is still an option for anyone who doesn’t want to come to the polls in person on Nov. 3, though the warning from county election officials is, don’t procrastinate.
GOSHEN — Former Goshen College professor Maria Sanchez Schirch has stepped forward for the Goshen School Board’s District 2 seat in the Nov. 3 election.