Candidate list for 2016 general election and where to vote

Where to vote: Fifteen locations will be open on Election Day from 6 am. to 6 p.m.
1. FORTVILLE COMMUNITY CENTER, 400 W. Church St., Fortville
2. HANCOCK WELLNESS CENTER, 8505 N. Clearview Dr., McCordsville
3. McCORDSVILLE TOWN HALL, 6280 W. County Road 800N
4. WILKINSON CHURCH OF CHRIST, 7293 N. State Road 109, Wilkinson
5. NINESTAR CONNECT, 2331 E. County Road 600N, Greenfield
6. VINEYARD COMMUNITY CHURCH, 1672 N. County Road 600W,Greenfield
7. HANCOCK COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY, 900 W. McKenzie Road, Greenfield
8. HANCOCK COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, 620 N. Apple St., Greenfield
9. BROWN’S CHAPEL WESLEYAN CHURCH, 994 N. County Road 600E,Greenfield
10. HANCOCK COUNTY ANNEX, 111 American Legion Place, Greenfield
11. WASHINGTON VILLAGE APARTMENTS, 4211 W. Potomac Drive,Greenfield
12. ADAGGIOS, 5999 Memory Lane, Greenfield
13. CROSS OF GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, 3519 S. County Road 600W,New Palestine
14. NEW PALESTINE TOWN HALL, 42 E. Main Street, New Palestine
15. BELL MORTUARY, 1512 W. U.S. 52, Carrollton



Candidate list for 2016 general election: 

Public question No. 1

Shall the Constitution of the State of Indiana be amended by adding a Section 39 to Article 1 to provide that the right to hunt, fish and harvest wildlife shall be forever preserved for the public good, subject only to the laws prescribed by the General Assembly and rules prescribed by virtue of the authority of the General Assembly to: 1) Promote wildlife conservation and management; and 2) Preserve the future of hunting and fishing?

Federal and state

President and vice president of the United States

Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence, Republican

Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine, Democratic

Gary Johnson and Bill Weld, Libertarian

United States senator

Todd Young, Republican

Evan Bayh, Democratic

Lucy Brenton, Libertarian

Governor and lieutenant governor

Eric Holcomb and Suzanne Crouch, Republican

John R. Gregg and Christina Hale, Democratic

Rex Bell and Karl (K-Tat) Tatgenhorst, Libertarian

Attorney General

Curtis T. Hill Jr., Republican

Lorenzo Arredondo, Democratic

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Jennifer McCormick, Republican

Glenda Ritz, Democratic

United States representative in Congress, 6th Congressional District

Luke Messer, Republican

Barry Welsh, Democratic

Rich Turvey, Libertarian


State Senator, District 28

Michael R. Crider, Republican

Ken Kern, Democratic

State Representative, District 53

Robert W. Cherry, Republican

Nancy Tibbett, Democratic

Richard “Rick” Brown Jr., Libertarian

State Representative, District 88

Brian Bosma, Republican

Dana Black, Democratic


County treasurer

Janice D. Silvey, Republican

County Coroner

David K. Stillinger, Republican

County Commissioner, District 1

John D. Jessup, Republican

Brandon Perry, Democratic

County Commissioner, District 3

Brad H. Armstrong, Republican

County council member, at-large (vote for not more than three candidates for this office)

Debbie Bledsoe, Republican

Kent L. Fisk, Republican

Martha Vail, Republican

Rita G. Johnson, Democratic

Randy R. Jones, Democratic


Eastern Hancock School Corp., District 2

Scott Allen Petry, nonpartisan

Eastern Hancock School Corp., District 3

James R. Jackson, nonpartisan

Greenfield-Central School Board, at-large

Dan Brown, nonpartisan

Raymond D Kerkhof, nonpartisan

Greenfield-Central School Board, District 1

Hillary Close, nonpartisan

Greenfield-Central School Board, District 4

Kathleen Dowling, nonpartisan

Mt. Vernon School Board, at-large (vote for not more than three candidates for this office)

Tony May, nonpartisan

Michael S. McCarty, nonpartisan

Jason E. Shelton, nonpartisan

Southern Hancock |School Board District 1

Matthew Allan Ackerman, nonpartisan

Wendy Parish, nonpartisan

Southern Hancock School Board, District 2

Jonathon Hooker, nonpartisan

William T. Niemier, nonpartisan

Southern Hancock School Board, District 4

Daniel W. Walker, nonpartisan

Judicial retention questions

Judge of the Indiana Court of Appeals District 1

Shall Judge Edward W. Najam Jr. be retained in office?

Judge of the Indiana Court of Appeals District 4

Shall Judge Patricia A. Riley be retained in office?



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Samm Quinn is a reporter at the Greenfield Daily Reporter. She can be reached at 317-477-3275 or