Due to a record number of absentee ballots, the Marion County Clerk's office didn't release the final results until late Thursday.
The Indiana Secretary of State's office now reports 100 percent of precincts have submitted their results, but they will not be finalized until 10 days after the election. Therefore, the results for the statewide judge retention questions are not yet available.
Key: * = Incumbent; # = Write-In; (D) = Democratic Party; (G) = Green Party; (I) = Independent; (L) = Libertarian; (P) = Pirate Party; (R) = Republican Party
The 4th Congressional District is currently represented by outgoing Republican Rep. Todd Rokita. Since 2010, Baird has represented District 44 in the Indiana House of Representatives. Baird faces Democratic challenger Tobi Beck for the open seat.
Jim Baird - 64.1 percent - 156,501 votes
Tobi Beck - 35.9 percent - 87,801 votes
First elected in 2012, incumbent Republican Rep. Susan Brooks is facing a re-election challenge from Democrat Dee Thornton.
Susan W. Brooks - 56.8 percent - 180,015 votes
Dee Thornton - 43.2 percent - 137,096 votes
Looking to replace outgoing Republican Rep. Luke Messer are Libertarian Tom Ferkinhoff, Democrat Jeannine Lee Lake, Independent Heather Meloy, Independent John Miller, and Republican Greg Pence.
Greg Pence - 63.8 percent - 154,227 votes
Jeannine Lee Lake - 32.9 percent - 79,417 votes
Tom Ferkinhoff - 3.3 percent - 8,027 votes
John Miller - 2 votes
Heather Leigh Meloy - 0 votes
First elected in 2008, incumbent Democratic Rep. André Carson is running for re-election against Republican challenger Wayne “Gunny” Harmon.
André D. Carson - 64.9 percent - 140,623 votes
Wayne "Gunny" Harmon - 35.1 percent - 76,112
Rep. Trey Hollingsworth, R-Indiana, was first elected to represent the District 9 in the United States House of Representatives in 2016. Previous representative Todd Young left the job when he was voted into his current seat as Senator during the same election. Hollingsworth faces a re-election challenge from Democrat Liz Watson.
Trey Hollingsworth - 56.5 percent - 153,198 votes
Liz Watson - 43.5 percent - 118,035 votes
Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana, was first elected in 2012, defeating Republican Richard Mourdock to take retiring six-term incumbent Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Indiana. Now the only elected statewide Democrat, Donnelly faces a re-election challenge from Republican Mike Braun,as well as several third-party candidates including Libertarian Lucy Brenton and Independent Scott Fischer.
Mike Braun - 50.9 percent - 1,155,284 votes
Joe Donnelly - 45.0 percent - 1,021,318 votes
Lucy M. Brenton - 4.0 percent - 91,032 votes
Nathan Altman - 9 votes
Christopher Fischer - 5 votes
James L. Johnson Jr. - 1 vote
This is the first election for Republican Indiana Auditor of State Tera Klutz, who was appointed last year after Gov. Eric Holcomb appointed her to replace now Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch. Klutz is facing a challenge from Democrat Joselyn Whitticker and Libertarian John Schick.
Tera Klutz - 55.5 percent - 1,234,001 votes
Joselyn Whitticker - 41.0 percent - 912,628 votes
John Schick - 3.5 percent - 76,960 votes
Republican Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson was first appointed in 2012 by then Gov. Mitch Daniels after predecessor Charlie White resigned. Lawson faces a re-election challenge from Democratic Party candidate Jim Harper, Pirate Party candidate Jeremy Heath, Libertarian candidate Mark W. Rutherford, and Green Party candidate George W. Wolfe.
Connie Lawson - 56.2 percent - 1,260,935 votes
Jim Harper - 40.6 percent - 910,500 votes
Mark W. Rutherford - 3.2 percent - 71,163 votes
George William Wolfe - 77 votes
Jeremy Heath - 9 votes
Republican Indiana Treasurer of State Kelly Mitchell, who was first elected in 2014, faces a challenge from Democrat John C. Aguilera.
Kelly Mitchell - 58.8 percent - 1,299,304 votes
John C. Aguilera - 41.2 percent - 910,649 votes
First elected to represent District 58 in the Indiana House of Representatives in 1988, Republican Rep. Charles “Woody” Burton faces a re-election challenge from Democrat Cindy Reinert.
Woody Burton - 63.3 percent - 13,781 votes
(Cindy) Cynthia Reinert - 36.7 percent - 7,981 votes
For the second time since he assumed office in 2009, Rep. Edward DeLaney, D-Indianapolis, is running unopposed in Indiana House District 86. DeLaney first ran without a challenger in the 2014 election.
Edward O. Delaney - 100.0 percent - 24,960 votes
Rep. Carey Hamilton, D-Indianapolis, was elected serve District 87 in the Indiana House of Representatives in 2016, when she defeated Republican challenger Connie Eckert. Previous office holder, Democrat Christina Hale, decided not to run for re-election when she began her unsuccessful bid for lieutenant governor. This year, Hamilton faces off against Republican challenger Paula Finch.
Carey Hamilton - 62.2 percent - 18,633 votes
Paula L. Finch - 37.8 percent - 11,332 votes
First elected in 1986, Republican House Speaker Brian Bosma is facing a re-election challenge from Democrat Poonam Gill.
Brian C. Bosma - 55.5 percent - 18,823 votes
Poonam Gill - 44.5 percent - 15,094 votes
First elected to represent District 89 in the Indiana House of Representatives in 2010, Republican Rep. Cindy Kirchhofer, R-Indianapolis, is facing a re-election challenge from Democrat John Barnes.
Cindy Kirchhofer - 50.5 percent - 10,452 votes
John F. Barnes - 49.5 percent - 10,229 votes
First elected in 2010 to represent District 90 in the Indiana House of Representatives, Rep. Mike Speedy, R-Indianapolis, is facing a re-election challenge from Democrat Tim Jeffers.
Mike Speedy - 60.4 percent - 15,539 votes
Tim Jeffers - 39.6 percent - 10,206 votes
Incumbent Republican Rep. Robert Behning is facing a challenge from Democrat Kevin Leineweber.
Robert W. Behning - 60.0 percent - 11,272 votes
Kevin Leineweber - 40.0 percent - 7,512 votes
For the first time since she joined the Statehouse in 2012, Rep. Karlee Macer, D-Indianapolis, is running unopposed for re-election.
Karlee Macer - 100.0 percent - 12,690 votes
First elected to represent District 93 in the Indiana House of Representatives in 1992, Rep. David Frizzell, R-Indianapolis, is facing a re-election challenge from Democrat Greg Rathnow.
David N. Frizzell - 62.4 percent - 14,215 votes
Greg Rathnow - 37.6 percent - 8,557 votes
Rep. Cherrish Pryor, D-Indianapolis, has represented the 94th District in the Indiana House of Representatives for the last decade. The former Indianapolis City-County Councilmember is running unopposed this year.
Cherrish S. Pryor - 100.0 percent - 18,051 votes
Incumbent Democratic Rep. John Bartlett is running unopposed.
John L. Bartlett - 100.0 percent - 16,031 votes
First elected in 1992 to represent District 96 in the Indiana House of Representatives, Rep. Gregory W. Porter, D-Indianapolis, is running unopposed.
Gregory W. Porter - 100.0 percent - 24,189 votes
After being first elected in 2012, this is the second time, after 2014, Rep. Justin Moed, D-Indianapolis, has no opponent in the race for Indiana House District 97.
Justin Moed - 100.0 percent - 8,553 votes
Rep. Robin Shackleford, D-Indianapolis, was first elected to represent District 98 in the Indiana House of Representatives in 2012, when she ran unopposed. She's once again running unopposed, this time for re-election.
Robin Shackleford - 100.0 percent - 13,692 votes
Incumbent Democratic Rep. Vanessa Summers is running unopposed.
Vanessa J. Summers - 100.0 percent - 15,583 votes
Incumbent Democratic Rep. Dan Forestal is running unopposed.
Dan Forestal - 100.0 percent - 14,061 votes
Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, has represented District 29 in the Indiana Senate since 2005. As was the case in 2014, he is once again being challenged by Democrat J.D. Ford.
J.D. Ford - 56.7 percent - 31,880 votes
Mike Delph - 43.3 percent - 24,373 votes
First elected to represent District 31 in the Indiana State Senate in 1990, Republican Sen. James Merritt Jr. is facing a re-election challenge from Democrat Derek Camp.
James W. Merritt, Jr. - 51.4 percent - 30,217 votes
Derek Camp - 48.6 percent - 28,597 votes
First elected as Marion County Assessor in 2010, incumbent Democratic Marion County Assessor is running unopposed for re-election.
JOSEPH P. O'CONNOR - 220,770 votes - 100.00 percent
Democratic Marion County Auditor Julie Voorhies faces a re-election challenge from Republican Caarn Heir.
JULIE VOORHIES - 198,629 votes - 66.06 percent
CAARN HEIR - 102,045 votes - 33.94 percent
Four years after she first won Marion County Circuit Court clerk, Democrat Myla A. Ethridge faces a re-election challenge from Republican Kyle Leffel.
MYLA A. ELDRIDGE - 193,400 votes - 64.49 percent
KYLE LEFFEL - 106,496 votes - 35.51 percent
Democrat Terry R. Curry is seeking a third term as Prosecuting Attorney of Marion County. He is facing off against Republican challenger Benjamin D. Strahm.
TERRY R. CURRY - 200,537 votes - 66.47 percent
BENJAMIN D. STRAHM - 101,149 votes - 33.53 percent
First elected as Marion County Recorder in 2014, Democratic incumbent Kate Sweeney Bell is running for re-election against Republican challenger Paul Annee.
KATE SWEENEY BELL - 194,667 votes - 64.86 percent
PAUL ANNEE - 105,465 votes - 35.14 percent
Marion County Sheriff John Layton is not running for re-election given the constraints of the two-term limit. Instead, running for his seat are Republican candidate Brian K. Durham and Democratic candidate Kerry Joseph Forestal.
KERRY JOSEPH FORESTAL - 197,569 votes - 65.27 percent
BRIAN K. DURHAM - 105,132 votes - 34.73 percent
Indiana Supreme Court Justice
Geoffrey G. Slaughter
Court of Appeals — District 2 Judge
Robert R. “Bob” Altice, Jr.
Marion County Superior Court Judges
LISA F. BORGES
YES - 157,627 votes - 79.13 percent
NO - 41,585 votes - 20.87 percent
LINDA E. BROWN
YES - 162,206 votes - 81.40 percent
NO - 37,063 votes - 18.60 percent
SHEILA A. CARLISLE
YES - 159,192 votes - 80.41 percent
NO - 38,774 votes - 19.59 percent
YES - 147,253 votes - 75.24 percent
NO - 48,469 votes - 24.76 percent
STEVEN R. EICHHOLTZ
YES - 141,206 votes - 72.59 percent
NO - 53,326 votes - 27.41 percent
ALICIA A. GOODEN
YES - 157,643 votes - 80.84 percent
NO - 37,355 votes - 19.16 percent
YES - 142,360 votes - 74.23 percent
NO - 49,432 votes - 25.77 percent
JOHN F. HANLEY
YES - 141,806 votes - 73.67 percent
NO - 50,677 votes - 26.33 percent
GRANT W. HAWKINS
YES - 146,393 votes - 75.47 percent
NO - 47,589 votes - 24.53 percent
AMY M. JONES
YES - 155,707 votes - 80.44 percent
NO - 37,868 votes - 19.56 percent
JAMES A. JOVEN
YES - 138,955 votes - 72.93 percent
NO - 51,586 votes - 27.07 percent
YES - 152,090 votes - 78.90 percent
NO - 40,680 votes - 21.10 percent
WILLIAM (BILL) NELSON
YES - 141,478 votes - 74.09 percent
NO - 49,489 votes - 25.91 percent
YES - 140,966 votes - 74.02 percent
NO - 49,465 votes - 25.98 percent
YES - 153,022 votes - 78.97 percent
NO - 40,742 votes - 21.03 percent
MARK D. STONER
YES - 145,845 votes - 75.97 percent
NO - 46,132 votes - 24.03 percent
YES - 157,496 votes - 81.39 percent
NO - 36,020 votes - 18.61 percent