- Election 2010
Snelling takes Clark County Auditor’s race
The first thing Snelling plans on doing when he takes over the auditor’s office is to conduct a top-to-bottom review.
SHAKE UP: CLARK REPUBLICANS HAVE HUGE NIGHT
The results were somewhat surprising to the candidates in the margins of victory and for some the anti-incumbent and anti-Democrat sentiment that swept through the historically Democratic Clark County.
CLARK COUNTY ELECTIONS: Democrat Blankenbeker defeats incumbent surveyor
He said his family has been in the surveying business since 1945, and his father and grandfather previously served as county surveyor.
INDIANA: Rhonda Rhoads takes District 70 seat from veteran Robertson
The Republican Election Day wave hit Statehouse races touching Southern Indiana, including the defeat of a 34-year legislator.
Young takes 9th District U.S. House contest
With 72 of 73 precincts having reported in Clark County as of press time, Young was beating Hill 52 percent to 42 percent.
Grooms gets win
He named the budget and education issues as the top priorities for the next session.
FLOYD COUNTY ELECTION WRAP: Seabrook retains Commissioners’ seat
"I think the national trend trickled down to the local races and it hurt Democrats. I wish Mark the best.”
Fendley wins Floyd County Council District 2 seat
Fendley said the swing to the right nationally was definitely felt in Floyd County. All three contested council races were won by Republicans.
- Clere defends seat
- Republicans win state offices
- More Election 2010 Headlines
- Snelling takes Clark County Auditor’s race