Now the only elected statewide Democrat, Donnelly faces a re-election challenge from Republican Mike Braun and Libertarian Lucy Brenton.
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Incumbent Sen. Joe Donnelly, a Democrat, faces several challengers in the upcoming election, including third-party candidates Lucy Brenton and Scott Fischer.
Incumbent Rep. Trey Hollingsworth, R-Indiana, faces a re-election challenge from Democrat Liz Watson.
Democratic incumbent Kate Sweeney Bell is running for re-election against Republican challenger Paul Annee for Marion County Recorder
Democrat Terry R. Curry is seeking a third term as Prosecuting Attorney of Marion County. He is running against Republican challenger Benjamin D. Strahm.
Republican Brian K. Durham and Democrat Kerry Joseph Forestal are running for the open Marion County Sheriff seat.
Incumbent Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, is once again facing Democratic challenger J.D. Ford the District 29 senate seat.
Rep. Robin Shackleford, D-Indianapolis, is running for re-election unopposed to represent Indiana House District 98.
After being first elected in 2012, this is the second time, after 2014, Rep. Justin Moed, D-Indianapolis, has no opponent.
Rep. Edward DeLaney, D-Indianapolis, is running unopposed in Indiana House District 86.
Rep. Carey Hamilton, D-Indianapolis, faces off against challenger Paula Finch to represent District 87 in the Indiana House of Representatives.
Rep. Cherrish Pryor, D-Indianapolis, is running unopposed in Indiana House of Representatives District 94.
Judges in Indiana are on the ballot this year for retention, but they can't campaign or even answer questions. So how do voters cast an informed ballot?
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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.
Hoosiers who want a voice in the Nov. 6 general election need to be sure they are registered to vote before the Oct. 9 deadline.
Republican Secretary of State Connie Lawson said Tuesday that nearly half a million voter registrations in the state have been purged since the last election.
As candidate questionnaires start going out on Wednesday, here are the questions we received from you, our readers.