Welcome to NUVO's 2018 Midterm Voters Guide!

A few months back, we sent a questionnaire to all of the candidates on the Central Indiana ballot in the upcoming Nov. 6 election, the majority of which came directly from NUVO readers. You can read their unedited responses to the questions below, as well as candidate-provided biographies.

We hope this guide is helpful as you decide which candidate most closely reflects your values and deserves your vote. Please feel free to use the Voters Guide question box if we can help you with any additional information or answers between now and Nov. 6.

Candidate Q & A

The Indiana Secretary of State's office now reports 100 percent of precincts have submitted results, though they will not be finalized until 10 days after the election.

Third party challengers to incumbent Sen. Joe Donnelly respond to questions posed by NUVO readers.

Incumbent Terry R. Curry (D) and challenger Benjamin D. Strahm (R) respond to questions from NUVO readers.

Republican Brian K. Durham and Democrat Kerry Joseph Forestal respond to questions from NUVO readers.

Incumbent Julie Voorhies (D) and challenger Caarn Heir (R) respond to questions from NUVO readers.

Incumbent Kate Sweeney Bell (D) and challenger Paul Annee respond to questions from NUVO readers.


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When it came time to send questions to Indiana congressional candidates for our Midterm Voters Guide, we made sure to ask their perspectives on this increasingly relevant subject.

In just three days, Marion County's six new satellite voting locations have helped push early voting numbers far above the tallies for the either the 2016 presidential or the 2014 midterm elections.

Satellite voting begins in Marion County today. Six additional voting sites will be be open between now and election day. Early voting also continues at the Marion County Clerk's office.

Election Day isn't until Nov. 6, but voters who want to cast their ballots right away can do so starting today at the Marion County Clerk's Office, inside the City-County Building.

Marion County publicly tested its voting machines last week, as required by law, Staff was tasked with ensuring the equipment and its software are tabulating results correctly ahead of a move to voting centers next year.