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“Elections belong to the people. It's their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters.” ― Abraham Lincoln

WIKI County 95.3 is your election headquarters. Our Indiana Votes 2020 webpage has information on elections in Jefferson, Jennings, Scott, Ripley, and Switzerland counties for the June 2 primaries and through the general election.

STATEWIDE (47% reporting)

U.S. President 

Joe Biden, Democrat - 146,299 - 78%

Donald Trump, Republican - 284,747 - 92.4%

 

Governor

Woody Myers, Democrat - Uncontested

Eric Holcomb, Republican - Uncontested

 

United States Representative Sixth District  

George T. Holland, Democrat - 3,165 - 14%

Jeannine L. Lake, Democrat - 15,280 - 69%

Barry Welsh, Democrat - 3,769 - 14%

Greg Pence, Republican - 45,123 - 84%

Mike Campbell, Republican - 8,815 - 16%

 

State Representative District 66

Terry Goodin, Democrat- Uncontested

 

State Representative District 67

Randy Frye, Republican - Uncontested

 

State Representative District 69

Jeffery W Prewitt, Democrat - Uncontested

 

 

State Representative, District 73

Steve Davisson, Republican: 1739 votes- 55.7%

Mark Cox, Republican: 1381 votes- 44.3%

 

Jefferson County (Voter Turnout - 3508/21544 16%)

Judge Of The Jefferson Superior Court

Mary Jean (Jeannie) Stotts: 1783- 100%

 

Jefferson County Commissioner Lower District

David Bramer, Republican: 2226 votes- 100%

 

Jefferson County Commissioner Middle District

Robert Little, Republican: 2389 votes- 100%

 

Jefferson County Council, At Large

Gary Copeland, Republican: 1509 votes- 21.91%

Pam Crozier, Republican: 1505 votes- 21.85%

Heather Traylor Foy, Republican: 1436 votes- 21.24%

Charles Johnson, Republican: 955 votes- 13.87%

Michael T. Scott, Republican: 1455 votes- 21.13%

 

Jefferson County Recorder

Molly O'Connor, Democrat: 1792 votes- 100%

 

Jefferson County Treasurer

Melinda Hallgarth-Klopp, Republican: 2361 votes- 100%

John Hutchinson, Democrat: 1590 votes- 100%

 

Jefferson County Republican Convention Delegates

David Carlow: 1876 votes- 9.52%

Bob G. Courtney: 2237 votes- 11.35%

Sharon L. Daghir: 1285 votes- 6.52%

Chris Hill: 1749 votes- 8.87%

Mindy Mcgee: 1543 votes- 7.83%

Linda Pittman: 1376 votes- 6.98%

Mike Pittman 1507 votes- 7.64%

Katie Rampy: 1430 votes- 7.25%

Rick Reuss: 1562 votes- 7.92%

Chris Shelton: 1704 votes- 8.64%

Patrick T. Thevenow: 1683 votes- 8.54%

Josh Webb: 1762 votes- 8.94%

 

Jefferson County Democratic Convention Delegates

David Alcorn:1538 votes- 10.60%

Brody Bennett:1076 votes- 7.42%

Jim Crone:1214 votes- 8.37%

Daniel E. Dattilo:1664 votes- 11.47%

James Fischer:1054 votes- 7.26%

John Hutchinson:1147 votes- 7.91%

Kelly Knight:1285 votes- 8.86%

Suzanne Laine:1228 votes- 8.46%

Jane Huber Lowry:1342 votes- 9.25%

Phil Mullins: 1110 votes- 7.65%

David G. Rettig: 824 votes- 5.68%

Rebecca M. Rettig:1027 votes- 7.08%

 

Jefferson County Surveyor

Jon Kuner, Democrat: 1597 votes- 100%

 

SWITZERLAND COUNTY (Voter Turnout - 1446/6794 21%)

Switzerland County Commissioner District 1

Christopher Clerkin, Republican: 243 votes - 29%

Grant Dean, Republican: 601 votes - 71%

 

Switzerland County Commissioner District 2

Lane Armstrong, Democrat: 435 votes - 100%

Melissa Bruch, Republican: 261 votes - 30%

Ivan Green, Republican: 243 votes - 28%

Jerry D. Monjar, Republican: 355 votes - 41%

 

Switzerland County Coroner

Clinton W. Earls, Republican: 778 votes - 100%

 

Switzerland County Council, At Large

Lisa Fisher, Republican: 544 votes - 32% 

Andy Haskell, Republican: 558 votes - 33%

Randy Leap, Republican: 595 votes - 35%

Rachel Bladen Schuler, Democrat: 411 votes - 39%

Jason Scudder, Democrat: 306 votes - 29%

Mindy Ellegood-Turner, Democrat: 334 votes - 32%

 

Switzerland County Recorder

Nancy Brown Barker, Democrat: 445 votes - 100%

Dawn Naylor, Republican: 618 votes - 100%

 

Switzerland County Treasurer

Gayle A. Rayles, Republican: 673 votes - 76% 

Rene Mathews Stewart, Republican: 212 votes - 24%

 

Switzerland County Republican Convention Delegate

August W. Dauel: 292 votes - 17%

Lisa Fisher: 593 votes - 34%

Steven M. Jones-Ellard: 411 votes - 24%

Debra R. Turner: 431 votes - 25%

 

Switzerland County Surveyor

Brian Craig, Democrat: 426 votes - 100%

Samuel Girod, Republican: 375 votes - 43%

Brian McAllister, Republican: 497 votes - 57%

 

Switzerland County Judge 91st Circuit

W. Greg Coy, Democrat: 446 votes - 100%

 

SCOTT COUNTY (Voter turnout - 4340/16676 26%)

Scott County Commissioner District 1

Robert C. (Bob) Tobias, Democrat: 997 votes- 44.1%

Don Campbell, Democrat: 914 votes- 40.4%

Robbie Combs, Democrat: 350 votes- 15.5%

Randy Julian, Republican: 686 votes- 40.5%

David E. Bruck, Republican: 546 votes- 32.3%

Lynn Robinson, Republican 460 votes- 27.2%

 

Scott County Commissioner District 2

LeRoy Williams, Democrat: 1148 votes- 52.6%

Mark Hays, Democrat:1035 votes- 47.4%

Mike Jones, Republican: 1549 votes- 100%

 

Scott County Council, At Large

Iva Gasaway, Democrat: 1149 votes- 30.4%

Mike Zollman, Democrat:1321 votes- 27.7%

Robert Peacock, Democrat:1156 votes- 24.3%

Anthony (Tony) Peacock, Democrat: 836 votes- 17.6%

Eric Gillespie, Republican: 1139 votes- 31.9%

Diane Eads Mullins, Republican: 841 votes- 23.65

Lyndi Hughbanks, Republican: 814 votes- 22.8%

Clayton Gross, Republican: 771 votes- 21.6%

 

Scott County Recorder

Sheryl Jent, Democrat: 1263 votes- 55.0%

Marilyn Kundysek, Democrat: 1032 votes- 45.0%

 

Scott County Treasurer

Missy Applegate Democrat: 1986 votes-100%

 

Scott County Republican Convention Delegates District 6

Mike Jones: 0 votes- 0%

 

Scott County Republican Convention Delegates District 9

Eric Gillespie: 552 votes- 27.5%

Christian Evans: 546 votes- 27.2%

Chris Albertson: 545 votes- 27.2%

P. David Dowd: 361 votes- 18.0%

 

Scott County Democratic Convention Delegate, At Large

Guy M. Townsend, Democrat: 0 votes- 0%

 

Scott County Surveyor

Mark Gardner, Republican 1591 votes- 100%

 

Scott County Circuit Court Clerk 

Denny Wilson, Democrat: 1809 votes- 100%

Wendy McClain, Republican: 1626 votes- 100%

 

Scott County Coroner

Dalton Baker, Democrat: 1650 votes- 100%

Lonnie E. Noble Sr, Republican 1380 votes- 100%

 

Precinct Committeeman

Finley 1 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Jim Cozart: 104 votes- 62.7%

Lori Croasdell: 62 votes- 37.3%

 

Jennings 1 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Mark Gardner: 0 votes- 0%

 

Jennings 2 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Lonnie E. Noble Sr.: 0 votes- 0%

 

Jennings 3 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Jonathan L. White: 0 votes- 0%

 

Jennings 4 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Justin Cheatham: 71 votes- 57.7%

Lynn Robinson: 52 votes- 42.3%

 

Jennings 5 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Shawn S. Meyer: 0 votes- 0%

 

Lexington 1 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

David R. Hardin: 74 votes- 56.1%

Jeffrey Basham: 58 votes- 43.9%

 

Lexington 2 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Mike Jones: 0 votes- 0%

 

Vienna 2 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Chris Albertson: 0 votes- 0%

 

Vienna 3 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Regina Hughbanks: 0 votes- 0%

 

Vienna 5 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Donna Dowd: 0 votes- 0%

 

Vienna 6 Republican Precinct Committeeman, Scott County

Scott Zellers: 75 votes- 67.0%

Kyle J. West 37 votes- 33.0%

 

Jennings County 

Jennings County Commissioner District 1

Robert R “Bob” Willhite, Republican: 2277 votes- 100%

Floyd Bowman, Democrat: 495 votes- 44.7%

Bill Elmore, Democrat: 358 votes- 32.3%

Jeff Galliher, Democrat: 255 votes- 23.0%

 

Jennings County Commissioner District 2

Shane Boswell, Republican: 1544 votes- 58.9%

James (Warren) Lucas, Republican: 1076 votes- 41.1%

 

Jennings County Coroner

Alden W. Rudicel, Republican: 2549 votes- 100%

 

Jennings County Council, At Large

Eugene L. “Gene: Rudicel, Republican: 2205 votes- 42.2%

Howard L. Malcomb, Republican: 1703 votes- 32.6%

David Woodall, Republican: 1321 votes- 25.3%

 

Jennings County Recorder

No election for County Recorder conducted in this county. 

 

Jennings County Treasurer

Tina Belding Brison, Republican: 1412 votes- 52.2%

Kitty Shepherd, Republican: 1239 votes- 47.8%

 

Jennings County Democratic Convention Delegate

Olivia Otte: 0 votes- 0%

Amy Vermillion: 0 votes- 0%

 

Jennings County Republican Convention Delegate

Billy Bright: 0 votes- 0%

John A. Hahn: 0 votes- 0%

Jeanie Hahn: 0 votes- 0%

Mary Dorsett Kilgore: 0 votes- 0%

Dan Morin: 0 votes- 0%

Deborah Morin: 0 votes- 0%

Jerry Wayne Strickland: 0 votes- 0%

Victoria Sue Strickland: 0 votes- 0%

Charles R. Waggoner: 0 votes- 0%

 

Jennings County Surveyor

Charles (Chad) Ebinger, Republican: 1683 votes- 62.5%

Eric Meeks, Republican: 1010 votes- 37.5%

 

Center West Republican Precinct Committeeman, Jennings County

Mandy Creech, Republican: 0 votes- 0%

 

Columbia Republican Precinct Committeeman, Jennings County

Jeanie Hahn, Republican: 0 votes- 0%

 

Geneva 1 East Republican Precinct Committeeman, Jennings County

Trudy N Henry, Republican: 0 votes- 0%

 

Marion Republican Precinct Committeeman, Jennings County

Robert Russell Willhite (Bob), Republican: 0 votes- 0%

 

North Vernon 4 B Republican Precinct Committeeman, Jennings County

Andrew J Klescht, Republican: 0 votes- 0%

 

Vernon East Republican Precinct Committeeman, Jennings County

Victoria Sue Strickland, Republican: 0 votes- 0%

 

RIPLEY COUNTY (Voter turnout - 2493/20390 12%)

Judge of Ripley County Superior Court

Jeff Sharp, Republican: 1814 votes - 100%

 

Judge of Ripley County Circuit Court, 80th Judicial Circuit

Ryan J. King, Republican: 1889 votes - 100%

 

Ripley County Commissioner District 2 (Vote for 1)

Robert Garcia, Republican: 332 votes - 17%

Barry Lauber, Republican: 532 votes - 27%

Tom Menchhofer, Republican: 421 votes - 21%

Chris Schmaltz, Republican: 713 votes - 36%

 

Ripley County Commissioner District 3 (Vote for 1)

Roger Guillon, Republican: 607 votes - 31%

James (Kendall) Hankins, Republican: 952 votes - 48%

Keith Scott, Republican: 426 votes - 22%

 

Ripley County Council, At Large (Vote for 3)

Katie Bailey, Republican: 1142 votes - 26%

Andrew Decker, Republican: 1302 votes - 30% 

Peggy A. Ehlers, Republican: 951 votes - 22%

Kelly Vollet, Republican: 993 votes - 23% 

 

Ripley County Clerk

Ginger Bradford, Republican: 1814 votes - 100%

 

Ripley County Coroner

Jason Bailey, Republican: 1875 votes - 100%

 

Ripley County Treasurer

Lisa Vestal, Republican: 1027 votes - 50.42%

Cathy Volz, Republican: 1010 votes - 49.58%

 

Ripley County Recorder

Keri (McDonald) Johnson, Republican: 466 votes - 23%

Mary Ann McCoy, Republican: 1126 votes - 55%

Sara L. Patterson, Republican: 440 votes - 22%

 

Town of Holton Clerk Treasurer

Angela Farrell, Republican

 

Town of Holton Council, At Large (Vote for 3)

Paul Hughes, Republican

Amber D. May, Republican

Phyllis (Swinney) Nightbert, Republican

Andrew J. Stratton, Republican

 

Town of Osgood Clerk Treasurer

Tamara (Tammy) Wilhoit, Republican: 119 votes - 100%

 

Town of Osgood Council, At Large

Christopher L. Kuhn, Republican: 118 votes - 100%

 

Town of Versailles Council, At Large

Roxanne Meyer, Republican: 175 votes - 100%

 

IndianaVoters.com 

Indiana Secretary of State Election Division

Kentucky State Board of Elections

Events

  • Summer Reading Program Kids and Teens

    Read for fun this summer and you could win big! The library is hosting our annual summer reading program for all ages! Children earn prizes for every eight books or two hours of reading up to 32 books/8hrs. Read more for more chances to win local gift certificates. Young Adults ages 11-18 earn free book prizes for every five hours read and the chance to win a weekly drawing. Participants do not need to register! Simply complete reading logs and then use the Reading Log Entry Google Forms to submit entries. Contact the library if you would prefer a paper reading log or would like help submitting your reading progress. Prize pick-ups arranged through google forms or by contacting the library. Visit www.mjcpl.org or the Summer Reading Facebook Page: JCPL Summer Reading for more details.

    at Madison Public Library
  • Grab & Go Crafts

    Each week the library will have a different craft kit suitable for kids of all ages through our summer reading program. Simply sign up online using our event calendar a week in advance or call the library to reserve a kit. Themes include foam crowns, spinning tops, pinwheels, and more. Decide which library you would like to pick up your kit from when you register. Kits may be picked up from Tuesday through Friday/Saturday. Days and hours are dependent on the current library hours at each location. Check www.mjcpl.org or call 812/265-2744 for current library hours. Free.

    at Madison Public Library
  • Virtual Mother Goose On The Loose

    10am every Tuesday Put on by the Jefferson County Public Library This virtual story/activity time for children 6mo. – 35mo. includes rhymes, songs, and more for babies and toddlers and their caregivers. SIGN UP USING the CHILD's FIRST and LAST NAME unless you are signing up multiple kids in the same family. Please, try to have the following available to use during story time: a shaker of some kind (a plastic egg with rice or beans inside) rattle or other toy AND a scarf of some kind (a bandana, cloth, scarf, or dry washcloth). Participants do not have to attend every week. When you sign up, we will email you a link to join the story time using zoom. Registration is required. Please, register for each week that you plan to attend. Free. Call 812/265-2744

    at Jefferson County Public Library

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