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The Daily Reporter/Hancock County Public Library debate series continues at 6 p.m. Monday with a debate between the candidates for Indiana Senate District 28, Democrat Michael Adkins and Republican Mike Crider. The debate will be at the library, 900 W. McKenzie Road. The candidates for coroner will debate on Oct. 22. The final debate in the series, Oct. 29, will feature the county council candidates.

Where do the coroner candidates stand? Our grid lets you compare the candidates side by side. Page B4

GREENFIELD — The three hopefuls for Hancock County coroner all tout their experience as the reason voters should put them in office, yet each brings a unique skill set to the table.

Joe Fortner, a Republican running as an independent, touts a combination of law enforcement and medical experience.

Democratic candidate Crystel Myers points to her degree in mortuary science as one quality that sets her apart from the competition.

Interim Coroner Dan Devoy, also a Republican running as an independent, boasts years of investigative know-how.

Here’s a closer look at the candidates:

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