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Scott County Election Results

SCOTT COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS

US Senate
Joe Donnelly (D) 3113
Mike Braun (R) 4241
Lucy M. Brenton (L) 309

Secretary of State
Jim Harper (D) 2,941
Connie Lawson (R) 4,237
Mark W. Rutherford (L) 295

Auditor of State
Joselyn Whitticker (D) 3097
Tera Klutz (R) 4059
John Schick (L) 250

Treasurer of State
John C. Aguilera (D) 3026
Kelly Mitchell (R) 4377

US Representative 6th Dist.
Jeannine Lee Lake (D) 1328
Greg Pence (R) 2,157
Tom Ferkinhoff (L) 56

US Representative 9th Dist.
Liz Watson (D) 1667
Trey Hollingsworth (R) 2379

State Senator Dist 45
John Perkins (D) 2534
Chris Garten (R) 4899
Charles L. Johnson (L) 185

State Representative Dist. 66
Terry Goodin (D) 5219
Mike Bowling (R) 2554

Prosecuting Attorney
Chris A. Owens (D) 5495

County Auditor
Tammy Stout Johnson (D) 5360

County sheriff
Jerry D. Goodin (D) 5178
Rick Julian (R) 1934
Shawn Mayer (I) 720

County Assessor
Diana Cozart (R) 5573

County Commissioner Dist 3
John C. Lizenby (D) 3918
Greg Prince (R) 3832

County Council Dist 1
Donnie Richie (D) 921
Justin Cheatham (R) 574

County Council Dist. 2
Albert “Ab” Watts (D) 1294

County Council Dist. 3
Jim Boswell (D) 1007
Rachael Hardin (R) 1209

County Council Dist. 4
Raymond W. Jones (D) 1025
Chris Albertson (R) 1006

Finley Twp Trustee
Misty Brunner (R) 526

Finley Twp. Board
Shawn Hurt (D) 185
John M. Robbins Jr. (D) 203
Jim Cozart (R) 428

Jennings Twp. Trustee
Virgil Johnson (D) 1002
Robert (Rob) Hickman (I) 712

Jennings Twp Board
Jeremy Arnold (D) 877
Mahala (Haley) Baker (D) 949
Linda Richie Spicer (D) 882
Joe Guarneri (R) 846

Johnson Twp Trustee
Robbie Combs (D) 536

Johnson Twp. Board
Glenda Buckner (D) 328
Lonnie Joe Combs (D) 331
Linda Smith (D) 267

Lexington Twp. Trustee
Danny Basham (D) 736

Lexington Twp. Board
Debra McNeeley Conover (D) 339
Mike Higgins (D) 449
John Kimmick (D) 337
Aaron Bressler (R) 521
Tammy Lowe Caudell (R) 461

Vienna Twp. Trustee
Marsha Miller-Smith (D) 1204
Scott Zellers (R) 2106

Vienna Twp. Board
Rosie Alsup (D) 1342
Mark Hays (D) 1328
Sam H. LaMaster (D) 1031
Doug Corum (R) 1288
Yvonne Dowd (R) 1426

SCHOOL BOARD RACES
Scott County School District 1
Kathy R. Morris 1087

Ryan Joseph Payne 1165

Scott County School District 2
Lexington
Andrea Beswick Soloe 2477
Clint James 2245

Vienna
Jennifer Hutchinson Craig 3091
Jason T. Kendall 1781

 

Jackson County Election Results

Crothersville Community Schools

District 2

Carly Blevins – 321

Linda Luedeman – 623

District 3

Rebecca Butler – 411

Ralph Hillenburg – 128

Tiffany Reynolds – 452

District 5

James Land – 782

 

Jackson County Election Results

U.S. Senate

Joe Donnelly (D) – 4,198

Mike Braun (R) – 9,430

Lucy M. Brenton (L) – 785

U.S. Representative — 9th District

Liz Watson (D) – 4,481

Trey Hollingsworth (R) – 9,934

Secretary of State

Connie Lawson (R) – 10,074

Jim Harper (D) – 3,666

Mark W. Rutherford (L) – 497

Auditor of State

Tera Klutz (R) – 9,724

Joselyn Whitticker (D) – 3,847

John Schick (L) – 522

Treasurer of State

Kelly Mitchell (R) – 10,393

John C. Aguilera (D) – 3,655

State Senate, District 43

Clyde A. “Chip” Perfect Jr. (R) – 612

State Senate, District 45

John Perkins (D) – 472

Chris Garten (R) – 1,369

Charles Johnson (L) – 60

State representative, District 65

Chris D. May (R) – 495

Jared Stancombe (D) – 141

State representative, District 69

Steve Schoettmer (D) – 3,605

Jim Lucas (R) – 8,037

State Representative, District 73

Steve Davisson (R) – 1,732

Jackson County Clerk

Kathy Schafstall (D) – 6,049

Melissa Elkins Hayes (R) – 8,369

Jackson County Assessor

Katie Kaufman (R) – 11,950

Jackson County Commissioner, District 3

Matt Reedy (R) – 11,816

Jackson County Council, District 1

Catherine “Cathy” Stuckwisch (D) – 1,165

Michael Davidson (R) – 2,586

Jackson County Council, District 2

Barry Stuckwisch (D) – 1,261

Mark Hackman (R) – 2,823

Jackson County Council, District 3

Mary Voss Burgmeier (D) – 951

Brian H. Thompson (R) – 2,393

Jackson County Council, District 4

Kari Luedeman Storey (R) – 2,660

Jackson County Recorder

Clifford L. Sommers (D) – 4,678

Amanda Cunningham Lowery (R) – 9,766

Jackson County Sheriff

Jeffrey Walters (D) – 5,194

Rick Meyer (R) – 9,407

Jackson Circuit Court judge

Richard W. Poynter (R) – 12,224

Jackson County prosecutor

Jeff Chalfant (R) – 11,826

Township boards

Brownstown

Conner J. Barnette (R) – 1,190

Angela Blann (R) – 1,079

Jack R. Gillespie (R) – 1,220

Carr

Mary Ann Ault (D) – 208

Joe K. Campbell (D) – 204

Sharon Ingle (R) – 251

Bradley McCammon (R) – 220

Teresa Brewer (R) – 258

Driftwood

Gary Hackman (D) – 222

John Hartley (R) – 303

Blaine Bonebright (R) – 240

Adilee Spurgeon Phegley (R) – 186

Grassy Fork

Stan D. Darlage (D) – 140

Janette Elliott (R) – 204

Craig L. Klinge (D) – 152

Hamilton

George Mellencamp (D) – 357

Donald Schnitker (R) – 445

Howard Wente (R) – 408

Jackson

Alicia Colglazier (D) – 1,762

Jessica Carpenter Payne (R) – 3,188

Brett Sciarra (R) – 3,513

Larry K. Sunbury (R) – 3,762

Erin Meadors (L) – 880

Owen

Jack E. Gilbert (R) – 360

Justyn Underwood (R) – 285

Steve Ritter (R) – 271

Pershing

Thomas Ault (D) – 250

Todd Brumfield (R) – 259

Doyle Lyon (R) – 321

Joe McDermid (R) – 269

Redding

Patricia L. Hercamp (D) – 599

David “Dave” Merry (D) – 588

Max Noblitt (D) – 586

Sara Cunningham (R) – 1,047

Giles W. Spaulding (R) – 921

Salt Creek

Judy Goforth (D) – 52

Larry Smallwood (D) – 58

Clifford P. Kirts (R) – 58

Toby Laney (R) – 80

Vernon

Odes Densford (D) – 501

Tyler Goodpaster (R) – 537

Allene Hougland (D) – 379

Roger Teipen (R) – 593

Washington

Richard Darlage (D) – 358

Alan J. Pollert (D) – 284

Richard Stuckwisch (D) – 341

Township trustees

Brownstown

Jennifer Saucerman Isaacs (R) – 1,732

Carr

George Patrick “Pat” Bahan (D) – 167

Steve Ingle (R) – 306

Driftwood

Charles E. “Chuck” Lowery (R) – 309

Grassy Fork

Parke Hackman (D) – 223

Hamilton

Staci Lambring Eglen – 606

Jackson

Linda Auleman (R) – 3,646

John Steele Burkhart (D) – 2,151

Owen

Frank Fisher (R) – 480

Pershing

Timothy Edington (D) – 190

Sharon K. Yost (R) – 329

Redding

Conrad E. Calmer (D) – 510

Mark Adams (R) – 1,299

Salt Creek

Floyd E. Fisher (R) – 108

Vernon

E. Scott Kovener (D) – 698

Washington

Sharon Reedy (D) – 406

Scottsburg Industrial Site Receives Development Designation

The Office of Community and Rural Affairs joined officials from the Scott County Economic Development Corporation and the City of Scottsburg last Thursday to announce the designation of the Smith Farm – South Main Industrial Park, as Indiana Site Certified Prime.
The 155 acre Smith Farm site is located in the City of Scottsburg and could be used for either warehousing, light manufacturing and/or heavy manufacturing facilities.
The Indiana Site Certified program validates sites that are ready for economic development. The Prime designation equates to a location that is no more than 2.5 miles from a state highway and has completed an archaeological investigation. In addition, the local unit of government, lead economic development organization or regional economic development corporation must own the property or an option must be held with the owner.
“We recognize a lot of dedication and collaboration is utilized in order to earn a site certified designation, especially Prime,” said Jodi Golden, Executive Director of OCRA. “I commend the Scott County Economic Development Corporation and their local partners for working together to make the Smith Farm site ready for development.”
Indiana Site Certified is administered by OCRA in partnership with the state’s Fast Access Site Team, which is comprised of multiple state agencies. These include the Indiana Department of Transportation, Indiana Department of Environmental Management, Department of Natural Resources and the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.

Harvest Dinner In Dudleytown Nov. 11

Emanuel Lutheran Church at Dudleytown will hold its Annual Harvest Supper on Sunday Nov. 11. Serving will be 3:30-7 p.m. for a free will donation.
Carry out is also available.
The church is located at 2174 S CR 750 E Seymour., just south of the SR 250 and 11 junction.

Here’s Where We Need Armed Guards

President Donald Trump offered a solution.
He was headed to Indianapolis for the National FFA Convention last month when the latest national tragedy unfurled: an anti-Semite and racist named Robert Bowers burst into the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh and started firing an automatic weapon.
In the end 11 people were killed, ranging in age from 54 to 97. Police told Pittsburgh station KDKA-TV that Bowers yelled something when he stormed inside: “All Jews must die!” Bowers pleaded not guilty in federal court on Friday.
Trump expressed condolences offering up the traditional national tragedy response of “thoughts and prayers” and then off-handedly remarked that there was something that could have prevented multiple people from getting slaughtered.
If there had been armed guards, he suggested, maybe this could have been avoided. “They had no protection,” Trump said.
The “armed guards” defense is a common refrain from conservatives and gun rights activists after mass shootings. (In this country, they get to say it a lot.)
I’ve have disagreed with them in the past, but maybe they have a point.
In order for us to be safe in America and around the world, all we have to do is put armed guards at:
•Synagogues
•Churches
•Mosques
•Grocery stores
•Las Vegas concerts
•Movie theaters
•Office complexes
•Elementary schools
•Middle schools
•High schools
•Colleges
•Nightclubs
•Strip clubs
•Restaurants
•Jewish community centers
•Newspaper offices
•Military bases
•Neighborhoods
•Homes
(We thank Jon Webb of the Evansville Courier & Press for authoring this column and permitting its re-publication.)