Monterey has officially called off its town convention. With no contested races this year, the town council passed a resolution Monday, formally stating that no convention will be held, according to Council President Doug Denton.Continue reading
Medaryville voters have narrowed down the list of clerk-treasurer candidates. Stacy Conley was the winner of Tuesday’s Republican town convention. She beat Jasmine Hines by 22 votes to six, according to convention official Karen Wagner.Continue reading
Republican voters in Medaryville will choose their nominee for clerk-treasurer tomorrow. A town convention has been scheduled for 6:00 p.m. EDT at the Medaryville Christian Church Annex.Continue reading
Candidates wishing to file for office in a town convention can do so up until noon today.Continue reading
Medaryville voters will have a few contested races to decide this year. As of Wednesday morning, three candidates are in the running to replace Democrat Judy Harwood as clerk-treasurer, according to Pulaski County Clerk JoLynn Behny.Continue reading
Since Pulaski County won’t have to hold a primary election this year, a resolution saying how much money the county will save will be up for approval tonight. The county election board is expected to consider the resolution when it meets tonight at 5:30 EDT. The resolution would then go to the county commissioners at their 6:00 p.m. meeting. Both meetings will be held in the Pulaski County Courthouse.Continue reading
The Culver Town Council members reviewed an ordinance Tuesday night that would determine the process of nominating candidates for town office.
The Culver Town Council members will meet tonight where they will discuss an ordinance to determine the process of nominating candidates for town office.
Culver residents will soon have the chance to weigh in on how candidates are nominated for elected town offices. The town council Tuesday continued discussing the possibility of letting voters choose candidates for council seats and the clerk-treasurer’s position during the May primary, according to Clerk-Treasurer Karen Heim. Under the current system, parties choose their candidates during a town convention.
The Culver Town Council members will weigh in on the possibility of being a part of the Primary Election instead of being chosen by town convention.
Members of the Starke County Election Board will meet today where the members will discuss the upcoming town convention for the at-Large seats on the North Judson Town Council. The town convention will need to be scheduled sometime before Tuesday, Aug. 21 to determine candidates for the November General Election ballot.
Two at-large North Judson Town Council seats will be included on the November General Election ballot.
Republican voters in North Judson will select a nominee for the Ward 2 town council seat this week. A town convention is scheduled Thursday, Aug. 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the new fire station. Continue reading
Monterey voters will narrow the field of town council nominees during a Democratic Town Convention tomorrow morning. Continue reading
Davis Township Trustee Robin Latimer appeared at the Wednesday night meeting of the Hamlet Town Board to discuss several issues including a reminder that the town’s Democrat convention will be held Tuesday, Aug. 18th in the new fire station. The convention begins at 6 p.m. Voters will choose between incumbent Ward 3 councilman Frank Lonigro Jr. and challenger Connie Bailey. No Republican has qualified for the seat, so the winner will appear on the November ballot. Continue reading
Registered Republican voters who live within the Winamac town limits will decide between two town council candidates tonight. Continue reading
Plans are being developed after it was learned the Town of North Judson will be hosting a Town Convention.
The decision was handed down by the Starke County Clerk’s office after Jesiah Clemons’ paperwork to run for the North Judson Town Council’s Ward 2 seat as an Independent was rejected. Clemons had previously filed to run as a Republican for the seat, which was accepted by the County Clerk’s office.
North Judson will be holding a Town Convention after all.
Jesiah Clemons filed to run for the North Judson Town Council Ward 2 seat this November. He was listed as an Independent candidate for the position. The Starke County Clerk’s office, however, says Clemons failed to meet the deadline to file his paperwork.
The filing deadline has arrived for candidates seeking election in communities hosting a Town Convention. Continue reading
Potential candidates wanting to file for a Clerk-Treasurer or Town Board position in the towns of North Judson, Hamlet, Winamac, Monterey, Francesville or Medaryville have until Monday, August 1st at Noon to file.
So far, the towns of Hamlet, Winamac, Francesville and Medaryville will be conducting Town Conventions. A Town Convention is held when there is competition between candidates in the same political party for any town office. In the Town of Hamlet, there is a race on the Republican ticket for Clerk-Treasurer and two Town Council seats are contested on the Democrat ticket. In Winamac, there is a race for Clerk-Treasurer on the Republican ticket. In Francesville, there are four people seeking a seat on the Town Council and only three seats are available so one candidate will be eliminated in that Town Convention. In Medaryville, four Democrats filed for a seat on the Town Council and a Town Convention will determine the candidate for that party for the General Election.