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  • 1/1/2015 A caucus of Republican Party precinct committeemen on Saturday morning will vote on whether to approve candidate Jerry Cook for a vacant seat on the Jackson Township Trustees Advisory Board.

    The seat was vacated by Barbara Inman, Cicero, who died Dec. 11, at age 88.
  • Ceremony swears in 2015 county, township offices
    12/30/2014 Hamilton County Superior Court 2 Judge Daniel J. Pfleging conducted the 2015 swearing-in ceremony for county and township seats on Tuesday in the historic courtroom of the Hamilton County Courthouse in Noblesville.
  • Fishers welcomes its first mayor
    12/22/2014 One man stood out in a crowded room tonight in Fishers: Scott Fadness, the city's first mayor.

    The first Fishers nayor, city councilors and clerk took the oath of office at the ceremony, which was open to the public.
  • 3 decades of service: Council's Meredith Carter instrumental in county's growth, development
    12/3/2014 Anyone who knows Meredith Carter has respect for him. And only good things to say about him.

    Carter is honest, a "big-picture person" and out for the good of the people.

    The 73-year-old Carmel resident has been instrumental in the remarkable economic growth and development in Hamilton County for the past 32 years as a member of the Hamilton County Council. He has served District 1, representing part of Clay Township, since Jan. 1, 1983. Carter will retire at the end of the year, after serving eight terms. Republican Fred Glynn, 39, Carmel, was elected in November to fill Carter's seat and will begin duties on Jan. 1.

    On Wednesday, Carter attended his final County Council meeting at the Hamilton County Government & Judicial Center.
  • No surprises: Brooks, Delph, Richardson, Turner keep seats, plus all contested race results
    11/4/2014 Here are all of the results from Hamilton County's contested races.

  • Election slow in reaching momentum
    11/4/2014 Hamilton County candidates hoping to find out the results as they came in from Tuesday's election, were still waiting to hear any results at 9:15 p.m.

    And didn't get final results until 11 p.m.

    While all of the precincts had already reported Election Day results, the delay came when all walk-in Early Voting results -- which were tallied on the machines earlier in the day -- were mistakenly cleared.

    "Something happened where they had to clear out a precinct's votes and it cleared out all of the tapes that we already had the votes for. Now they are trying to get all of those back in, and it is taking longer than expected," said Hamilton County Clerk Peggy Beaver.

    "I'm almost ready to go home," said Hamilton County Commissioner Mark Heirbrandt of Westfield, who was watching and waiting for the first results. "I've had a long day; I've worked the polls today," he said.

    A lot of people, including candidates, came and left the Hamilton County Government & Judicial Center in Noblesville, where it's a tradition to watch the race results come in on a big screen.
  • Poll workers like seeing all of the people
    11/4/2014 Joele Vien has been a poll worker for six years, and her daughter, Cheryl Faulkner has been a poll worker for 12 years.

    Vien said she likes seeing all the people and visiting with them as well as lending a helping hand.
  • Young voters out
    11/4/2014 Beth Downing, 45, Noblesville, accompanied her son, Nick Downing, 18, at his first-time voting in an election.
  • 11/3/2014 Here's a list of the 73 races and candidates in each in Hamilton County.
  • It's Election Day: Get out and vote
    11/3/2014 Today is Election Day.

    Polls are open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Voters must show photo identification.

    To see a sample ballot or to find your polling place, visit www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov or https://indianavoters.in.gov.

    To Meet the Candidates, click on the link in this story.

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