- Election 2012
Brooks wins Burton seat; incumbents cruise to wins
Two female Democrats lost Tuesday. Shelli Yoder lost to incumbent Republican Rep. Todd Young in southeastern Indiana, and Tara Nelson lost to incumbent Todd Rokita in the district west of Indianapolis.
Most area Statehouse candidates hold off challengers
Indiana Statehouse incumbents running with districts extending into Clark and Floyd counties were able to fend off their challengers, with one race to close to call as of press time.
Greater Clark school board retains many incumbents
Bottorff-Perkins said she is excited about the opportunity to serve on the board.
“I’m very, very thankful that the folks who voted for me came out today,” Bottorff-Perkins said. “I tried to put my qualifications out there and my agenda, which is not to go after anybody or do anything negative. I want to bring to the board a sense of cooperation and collaboration and I’m really excited about that.”
Clarksville, West Clark school boards keep incumbents
Richard Graf won the other seat, coming in with 4,157 votes, or 25.26 percent.
Graf said he’s already got some ideas about what he’d like to see for the district.
- Clark County general election results
2 Indiana justices survive retention votes
Tea party activists urged voters to oust David because of a 2011 decision that residents didn’t have a right to resist police entry even if officers didn’t have a warrant.
Conway, Knable elected coroners
The emergency responder said he experienced a mix of nervous energies throughout Election Day leading up to the results being released.
- No change: Obama re-elected
- GOP seizes control of Clark Commissioners
Vissing, Popp, Khuri elected to Clark County Council
Vissing will serve his second term on the county council, as will Susan Popp. Popp served her first term between 1997-2000.
- More Election 2012 Headlines
- Brooks wins Burton seat; incumbents cruise to wins