- Election 2010
- Economy, health care on Indiana voters' minds
Clark County voters out in droves
Bethlehem and Carr Townships made requests for additional ballots, and the rush for voters is not expected to begin until after 4 p.m., she said.
Expected election turnout remains in question in Clark County
It is the first midterm election for Clark County Clerk Barbara Bratcher-Haas and she said she is not sure how voter turnout will compare to previous elections, because the one election that she has presided over contained the 2008 presidential race.
Want to put a lid on it?
Indiana homeowners have saved millions collectively, but they’ve also resulted in cuts to police, fire, library and other local services dependent on property tax revenue.
Down revenues, tax caps a drag on school funding
Until recently, part of the operating budget was funded though property taxes.
CLARK COUNTY ELECTIONS: District 4 will get new leader
Both candidates cited the council’s budget problems as the most pressing issue facing the county and their reason for deciding to run for the office.
- Rally lets residents speak their minds
Campaign finance reports in for Clark County
The Evening News obtained copies of the campaign finance reports filed with Clark County’s voter registration office for November’s general election, which for pre-election contributions and expenditures were due Oct. 15.
A new face for Clark County’s District 3
Yost said he was prompted to run for his former seat because of the county’s finances.
Three Floyd County Council seats up for grabs
Four council seats are up for re-election, but only three are being contested. Incumbent Tom Pickett is running unopposed in District 1.
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