Candidates for Hamilton County offices, filing for the May 8 Primary Election.
Clerk of the Circuit Court:
Kathy Kreag Richardson (Republican)
Recorder:
Jennifer Hayden (Republican)
Sheriff:
Bill Clifford (Republican)
Mitchell Russell (Republican)
Eddie Moore (Republican)
Dennis Quackenbush (Republican)
Jason Sloderbeck (Republican) WITHDRAWN
Coroner:
John R. Chalfin (Republican)
Assessor:
Robin L. Ward (Republican)
County Commissioner, District 1:
Christine Altman (Republican)
County Council, District 1:
Fred Glynn (Republican)
Sue Maki (Republican)
Jeremy Eltz (Democrat)
County Council, District 2
Amy Elizabeth Massillamany (Republican)
County Council, District 3:
Steve Schwartz (Republican)
Mark F. Hall (Republican)
Jeremy Hawk (Democrat)
Gregg A. Werling (Democrat)
County Council, District 4:
Christine Pauley (Republican)
Rick Sharp (Republican)
Ken Alexander (Republican)
Adams Township Trustee:
John Patrick (Republican)
Adams Township Board:
Floyd H. Barker (Republican)
Gail E. Godby (Republican)
Ronald Stone (Republican)
Clay Township Trustee:
Douglas Callahan (Republican)
Clay Township Board:
Paul K. Bolin (Republican)
Mary Eckard (Republican)
Paul D. Hensel (Republican)
Matthew J. Snyder (Republican)
Kevin Patterson (Democrat)
Delaware Township Trustee:
Debbie Driskell (Republican)
Delaware Township Board:
Rick Fain (Republican)
David Giffel (Republican)
Kent S. Nelson (Democrat)
Mary E. Ray (Democrat)
Marilyn A. Schenkel (Republican)
Fall Creek Township Trustee:
Doug Allman (Republican)
Ben Slota (Republican)
Fall Creek Township Board:
Brian Baehl (Republican)
Michael J. Brown (Republican)
Chad Garrard (Republican)
Jason Meyer (Republican)
Greg Dewald (Republican)
Jackson Township Trustee:
Robyn Cook (Republican)
Christina (Chris) Miller (Republican)
Jackson Township Board:
Jerry G. Cook (Republican)
Jeff Roberts (Republican)
Glen Schwartz (Republican)
Noblesville Township Trustee:
Tom Kenley (Republican)
Heather Rolinski (Democrat)
Noblesville Township Board:
Joe Arrowood (Republican)
Terry L. Busby (Republican)
John B. Davis (Republican)
Paula Jo Gilliam (Democrat)
Peggy R. Pfister (Republican)
Washington Township Trustee
Danielle Carey Tolan (Republican)
Washington Township Board:
Jeannine D. Frotier (Republican)
David D. Gill (Republcan)
Richard J. Hardcastle Jr. (Republican)
Gary Southerland (Republican)
Wayne Township Trustee:
Diane Crim (Republican)
Wayne Township Board:
Stacy Mahan (Republican)
White River Township Trustee
Jamie Rulon (Republican)
White River Township Board:
William Burkhardt (Republican)
Lisa Suzanne Flanders (Republican)
Donna Gentry (Republican)
Cicero Town Council, At Large:
Chad Amos (Republican)
Michael W. McConnell (Republican)
Dan Strong (Republican)
Sheridan Town Council, At Large:
Bill Curl (Republican)
Steve Fisher (Republican)
Jimmy D. Ramsey (Republican)
Republican State Convention Delegates – Adams/Jackson/Wayne/White River:
Scott A. Baldwin
Erin Moorhous
Katherine Moorhous
Republican State Convention Delegates – Clay District 1:
Brian Barton
Kelly Barton
Timothy Hensel
Matt Milam
Republican State Convention Delegates – Clay District 2:
Christine Pauley
Republican State Convention Delegates – Clay District 3:
Sudan A. Armstrong
Republican State Convention Delegates – Clay District 4:
Sue Lile
Republican State Convention Delegates – Delaware Township:
Debbie Driskell
Ian Hauer
Republican State Convention Delegates – Fall Creek, District 2:
Mario Massillamany
Republican State Convention Delegates – Fall Creek, District 3:
Doug Allman
Brian Baehl
Republican State Convention Delegates – Noblesville District 1:
Kelly (Gerling) Rayburn
Republican State Convention Delegates – Noblesville, District 2:
Tim Berry
Dale C. Kennedy
Republican State Convention Delegates – Washington, District 1:
Timothy Enyart
Kate Snedeker
Republican State Convention Delegates – Washington, District 2:
Jim Ake
Democratic State Convention Delegates – District 1:
Lonnie Whitehead
Democratic State Convention Delegates – District 2:
Naomi S. Bechtold
Annette Gross
James T. Goldsberry
Jim Blessing
Julia Hayes
Cynthia Johnson
Albert Moore
Kevin Patterson
Katrina Perkins
Susan Kelly Ring
Ed Russell
William Weprich
Democratic State Convention Delegates – District 4:
Mary E. Ray
Scott Lamberth
Kathleen M. Gregor
Stephanie M. Kimble
Democratic State Convention Delegates – District 5:
Paula Jo Gilliam
Heather Rolinski
Christian Renner
Democratic State Convention Delegates – District 6:
Gregory A. Purvis
Democratic State Convention Delegates – At Large:
Marie A. DeMore
Kent S. Nelson
Democratic Precinct Committeeman:
William Weprich (Cool Creek North)
Katrina Perkins (White Chapel)
Ed Russell (Spring Mill 1)
Julian Hayes (Arbors)
Jim Blessing (Mt. Carmel 2)
Albert Moore (Bay Hill)
Annette Gross (Clay Southwest 3)
Cynthia Johnson (Coxhill)
Mary E. Ray (Delaware 6)
Sara Schmidt (Delaware 9)
Scott Lamberth (Delaware 18)
Larry E. Kitchel (Delaware 22)
Gregory Purvis (Fall Creek 19)
Mulalo Rikhotso (Fall Creek 31)
Sarah D. Russell Goddard (Noblesville 10)
Heather Rolinski (Noblesville 11)
Gregg A. Werling (Noblesville 22)
Christian Renner (Noblesville 28)
This list will be updated.
Candidate filing dates for 2018 are through noon, Feb. 9.
Voting Absentee or Early
A registered voter can vote absentee by mail if they are:
• Absent from the county on Election Day (including College Students)
• Confined to their residence or facility due to illness
• Caring for someone who is confined
• 65 or older
• Working a polling place outside their own precinct
• Working during the 12 hours the polls are open
• Participating in the Address Confidentiality Program
• A voter who is a serious sex offender
• A voter without transportation
Any registered voter can vote early. There are 3 ways to vote absentee/early. The application deadline varies depending on the voting method:
1. In person at the Judicial Center in Noblesville. (Application will be completed at time of voting).
2. By mail. You must submit an application. The final day for the Election Office to receive an application for a mailed ballot is 7 days before the election.
3. Have the Traveling Board come to you within Hamilton County (if you are confined due to illness). The final day for the Election Office to receive an application for a confined voter in Hamilton County is the Monday before the election, at noon. Confined voters are those who are either confined to their home, hospital or nursing facility.
Submit an Application
All Absentee Mail and Traveling Board voters must submit an application, which can be downloaded or found at the Election Office in the Government and Judicial Center in downtown Noblesville. You can also call 317-776-8476 and make a request for an application over the phone or by leaving a voice mail message stating your name, address and phone number.
If you are voting Absentee by Mail, you can submit your application:
• By fax to 317-776-8218
• By mail to:
Hamilton County Election Office
1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 106
Noblesville, IN 46060
• Deliver it in person to the Election Office at the Government and Judicial Center in downtown Noblesville. If you are delivering an application for someone else you will be required to fill out an ABS-17 at the Election Office.
• By E-mail to elections@hamiltoncounty.in.gov
Applications
Absentee applications for the 2018 Elections will be available at a later date.
Vote Absentee by Mail
The deadline for the Election Office to receive an application for a mailed ballot is 7 days before the election. You will then receive a paper ballot to review for your selection and a ballot card to record your vote. Ballots will begin being mailed 45 days before an election. It is a violation of Indiana election law to hand deliver a ballot for anyone but yourself or a member of your family living at your address. If delivering a ballot for a family member who lives at your address, you will be required to fill out an ABS-19 affidavit for each ballot.
All mailed-in ballots must be received by the Election Office on or before election day at noon. Mailed ballots will have the postage pre-paid and should be returned to us at:
Hamilton County Election Office
One Hamilton County Square, Ste. 106
Noblesville, IN 46060