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  • No leadership changes in Carmel, Westfield
    5/5/2015 In Westfield and Carmel, both mayors will remain in office.

    Carmel Mayor James Brainard pulled in 9,584 votes, or 62.74 percent, while challenge Rick Sharp earned 5,696 votes, or 37.28 percent.
  • Ditslear wins again
    5/5/2015 The voters have spoken.

    Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear will serve four more years in office.

    The three-term mayor finished with 3,164 votes, or 58.38 percent, while challenger Mike Corbett earned 2,256 votes, or 41.62 percent.

    Tuesday's election is historic in Noblesville. Ditslear, 72, would be the only Noblesville mayor to ever serve four terms in office.
  • Voter turnout low, early voting up
    5/5/2015 Hamilton County Elections Office administrator Kathy Richardson is disappointed at Tuesday's low voter turnout.

    Of the 187,364 registered voters, only 30,186 voted in Hamilton County. Only 16.11 percent.
  • 5/5/2015 Here are the winning candidates in Tuesday's Hamilton County election.
  • ELECTION DAY
    5/4/2015 Election Day is today.

    Polls are open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    To find your polling place or see who is on your election ballot, visit www.indianavoters.com.

    The municipal election cycle is only for voters who are residing within city or town limits throughout the county.

    Voters must show their driver's license and state whether they are voting Republican or Democrat.

    Here are candidates on the Hamilton County ballots...
  • Noblesville Mayors' Race: Ditslear, Corbett face off Tuesday
    5/3/2015 Only one day until Election Day. The race for Mayor of Noblesville is bound to be closely watched as three-time Mayor John Ditslear is being challenged by Noblesville businessman Mike Corbett.

    Ditslear, 72, Noblesville, has been Noblesville's mayor since Jan. 1, 2004. If re-elected, Ditslear would be the only Noblesville mayor to ever serve four terms in office. Corbett, 60, ran as an Independent candidate against Ditslear in 2011, launching a late campaign and running in the general election. He received 35 percent of the votes, or 2,292 votes, versus Ditslear's 4,283, or 65 percent.

    Will the outcome be different this time around? That will be up to voters on Tuesday.
  • Westfield Mayor's Race: Cook, Harpe vie to win
    5/3/2015 Who will win the May primary for the Mayor's seat in Westfield?

    Incumbent two-term Mayor Andy Cook or challenger Pike Township firefighter Jeff Harpe?

    This year's primary will be a closely contested race.
  • The Times' primary endorsements
    4/30/2015 Editorial: The Times and the parent company, Sagamore News Media, believe strongly in the proud newspaper tradition of endorsing candidates. As such, The Times offers its endorsement on this year's Noblesville mayoral and City Council races.
  • 4/27/2015 Noblesville Midday Rotary's Women of Rotary group are inviting Noblesville election candidates to attend the club's inaugural Days of Wine & Roses Fine Art Auction & Wine Tasting.

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