2020 General Election Information

Last Updated on November 4, 2020 by Cass County Online

Compiled by Michelle Dials for Cass County Online

The following information applies to registered voters in Cass County, Indiana.

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020.

UPDATE FOR ABSENTEE BALLOTS BY MAIL:

If you requested an absentee ballot but did not return it by mail, you can bring it with you to the polls, surrender it and vote in person.

If you did not mail it and do not want to vote in person, the ballot has to be delivered to the voter registration office (at the Cass County Government Building) by noon today.

A ballot can only be delivered by someone living in the same household as the voter, and they must fill out a state form in the office to drop it off.

Vote centers cannot accept mail-in ballots. They must be delivered BY NOON on Election Day (11/3) to the voter registration office at the Cass County Government Building.

2020 Cass County Voting Information Postcard
This is the postcard voters will receive from the Cass County Clerk’s Office.

DEADLINES TO REMEMBER

Confirm your voter registration status or register to vote on or before Oct. 5, 2020 by visiting indianavoters.com or calling the Cass County Clerk’s Office at 574-753-7870.

If you wish to vote absentee by mail, submit an application on or before Oct. 22, 2020

If you wish to vote by travel board, submit an application anytime until noon on Nov. 2, 2020.

Applications for mail or travel board can be obtained at www.vote.co.cass.in.us or by calling the Cass County Clerk’s Office at 574-753-7870.

EARLY VOTING

Any registered Cass County voter can also vote during Early Voting at the Cass County Government Building (courthouse), 200 Court Park in downtown Logansport. (Voting will be in the former garage on the 4th Street side of the building).

Early voting hours at the courthouse will be:
• Monday – Friday, Oct.6 through Oct. 30 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m
• Saturday, Oct. 24 and Saturday, Oct. 31 from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.
• Monday, Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to noon.

Voters should bring ID with them to the polls.

VOTE CENTERS

Cass County’s Vote Centers will be open Thursday, Oct. 29, Friday, Oct. 30 and Saturday, Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the following locations:

• Logansport High School Athletic Barn – 1 Berry Lane, Logansport
• Cass County Senior Center – 115 S. 6th St, Logansport
• Cass County 4-H Fairgrounds – CR 125 N, Logansport
• Galveston Community Center – 101 S. Park Road, Galveston
• Walton Community Center – Depot St, Walton
• Royal Center Masonic Lodge – 101 Kramer St., Royal Center

On Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, those locations will be joined by the Twelve Mile Community Center and all locations will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Voters should bring ID with them to the polls.

ID CARDS

Voters should bring ID with them to the polls.

A list of documents required to obtain a new state ID card or drivers license is available on myBMV.com.

Candidates:

President and Vice President of the United States
Donald J. Trump / Michael R. Pence – Republican Party
Joseph R. Biden / Kamala D. Harris – Democratic Party
Jo Jorgensen / Jeremy (Spike) Cohen – Libertarian Party

Governor and Lieutenant Governor
Eric Holcomb / Suzanne Crouch – Republican Party
Woodrow (Woody) Myers / Linda C. Lawson – Democratic Party
Donald G. Rainwater II / William E. Henry – Libertarian Party

Attorney General
Todd Rokita – Republican Party
Jonathan Weinzapfel – Democratic Party

United States Representative District 4
Jim Baird – Republican Party
Joe Mackey – Democratic Party

State Senator 18th District
Stacey A. Donato – Republican Party
Laura Fred-Smith – Democratic Party

State Representative 23rd District
Ethan Manning – Republican Party

State Representative 25th District
Donald J. Lehe – Republican Party
Alex Sabol – Democratic Party

State Representative 38th District
Heath R. VanNatter – Republican Party
Tom Hedde – Democratic Party

County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Destry Richey – Republican Party

County Auditor
Cheryl Alcorn – Republican Party

County Treasurer
Cindy D. Howard – Republican Party

County Coroner
George Franklin Jr. – Republican Party
Angela (Angie) Zeck – Democratic Party

County Surveyor
Josh LeDonne – Republican Party
Andrew Vinson – Democratic Party

County Commissioner District 1
Ruth Baker – Republican Party
Kenny Reese – Democratic Party

County Commissioner – District 2
Mike Stajduhar – Republican Party
Vicki J. Byrd – Democratic Party

County Council Member At Large (3 seats)
Dean Davenport – Republican Party
Bruce Ide – Republican Party
Tracy Williamson – Republican Party
Emily Sawyer – Democratic Party
Malcom Dean Jarrell – Independent
J. Bryon Stephens – Independent

Galveston Town Council Member at Large (2 seats)
Samuel Q.A. Levine – Republican Party
Todd A. Fry – Democratic Party

Caston School Board District 2
Chad E. Boldry

Caston School Board District 3
Roger E. Byrum

Caston School Board District 4
Cristie Rans

Lewis Cass School Board District 1
Amy Miller

Lewis Cass School Board District 2
Marvin Jones
Rick Lee
Adam Perrone

Lewis Cass School Board District 5
Timothy A. Johnson

Logansport School Board District 1
David M. McClure

Logansport School Board District 3 (2 seats)
Mike McCord
Matt Meagher

Pioneer Regional School Board District 1
Chandra Felker

Pioneer Regional School Board District 3
Dennis Herd

Pioneer Regional School Board District 5
Lisa A. Kesling

Retention of Justice of the Supreme Court of Indiana
Shall Justice Christopher M. Goff be retained in office?

Court of Appeals Judicial Retention – Second District
Shall Judge Cale Bradford be retained in office?

Court of Appeals Judicial Retention – Fifth District
Shall Judge Elaine B. Brown be retained in office?

Court of Appeals Judicial Retention – Fourth District
Shall Judge Melissa S. May be retained in office?

Court of Appeals Judicial Retention – Fifth District
Shall Judge Margret G. Robb be retained in office?

MORE INFO:

The League of Women Voters of Cass County invites the Cass County community to go to VOTE411.org for Cass County candidate information for the upcoming November elections.  All candidates were invited to answer questions concerning their positions on issues and qualifications for the offices they are running for.  Their answers were then entered into the site where they can be seen by the public.  

VOTE 411 is the League of Women Voters one-stop-shop for election-related information.  It provides nonpartisan information to the public about elections and voting.  Election rules differ state by state, and sometimes change from year to year. Using VOTE411.org, voters can confirm their polling location, check if ID is required, and see what their personal ballot will look like.  Confirming this information before heading to the polls saves voters time and helps voters make more informed decisions. The League of Women Voters has long been a trusted source of objective and nonpartisan election information.  Since 2006, VOTE411.org has served tens of millions of voters. This is however, the first time Cass County League of Women Voters has participated.  By entering one’s home address on VOTE411.org, voters can see ballot questions they will be voting on, compare candidate responses to League questions and much more!