Last Updated on April 10, 2022 by Cass County Online / Cass County Communication Network

We’ve compiled the information on this page from a variety of sources. You can visit indianavoters.com for more detailed information specific to you.

ABOUT THE PRIMARY IN MAY

May 3, 2022 is Primary Election Day in Indiana. Federal, state and county offices are on the ballot.

The parties are nominating their candidates for November’s municipal election, so primary election voters must select either a Democratic or Republican ballot.

Republicans in Cass County have contested races for Cass County Commissioner District 3, Cass County Council Member District 4, Bethlehem Township Trustee and Tipton Township Trustee.

Democrats in Cass County have a contested race for US Representative 4th District.

ABOUT THE GENERAL ELECTION IN NOVEMBER

The offices of Secretary of State, Auditor of State and Treasurer of State will be on the ballot for the General Election in November. Candidates for these offices are nominated by the parties at their state conventions.

Galveston Clerk-Treasurer and some town board seats in Galveston, Walton and Royal Center will also be on the ballot in November. Noon on August 1, 2022 is the deadline to file a declaration of candidacy to be the party nominee at a town convention for town office in a town with a population of less than 3,500.

Elections for several school board seats will be held during the General Election in November. To run for school board, petitions of nomination must be filed between July 27 and Aug. 26, 2022.

WHEN & WHERE CAN I VOTE?

Voting for the May 3 Primary Election begins Tuesday, April 5, 2022.

Find voting hours and locations at https://www.casscountyonline.com/2022/04/voting-hours-and-locations-for-the-2022-primary-election-in-cass-county-indiana/ or indianavoters.com


WHO’S RUNNING FOR OFFICE?

You can enter your address and see who will appear on your ballot at indianavoters.com.

You can see the 2022 Ballot posted by the Cass County Clerks Office at https://www.co.cass.in.us/files_uploaded/2022%20CAN-9%20Cass%20County%20Primary.pdf

United States Senator

Todd Young (R, incumbent)

Thomas M. McDermott, Jr. (D)

United States Representative, 2nd District

Jackie Walorski (R, incumbent)

Paul D. Steury (D)

(The eastern part of Cass County is part of the 2nd District. See the map here.)

United States Representative 4th District

Jim Baird (R, incumbent)

Roger D. Day (D)
Howard J. Pollchik (D)

(The western part of Cass County is part of the 4th District. See the map here.)

State Representative, District 23

Ethan Manning (R, incumbent)

(Most of Cass County is part of House District 23 which also includes Miami County. The Cass County townships that are part of District 23 are Boone, Harrison, Bethlehem, Adams, Jefferson, Noble, Clinton, Clay, Eel, Washington, Miami and Tipton. See the map here.)

State Representative, District 38

Heath VanNatter (R, incumbent)

(The southern Cass County townships of Deer Creek and Jackson are part of House District 38 which includes all of Carroll County, all of Tipton County, the northeast corner of Tippecanoe County, northeastern Clinton County and the western part of Howard County. See the map here.)

Judge of the Superior Court I

James (Jim) K. Muehlhausen (R, incumbent)

Prosecuting Attorney 29th Judicial Court

Noah Schafer (R, incumbent)

Cass County Recorder

Beth A. Liming (R, incumbent)

Cass County Sheriff

Edward C. Schroder (R, incumbent)

Cass County Assessor

Cathy J. Isaacs (R, incumbent)

Cass County Commissioner District 3

Michael W. Deitrich (R)
Patrick A. Kleckner (R)

Julio Cesar Rodriguez (D)

(District 3 Commissioner must live in Clinton, Deer Creek, Jackson, Miami, Tipton or Washington Township; voted on by all precincts); The incumbent, Ryan Browning, is not seeking re-election.)

Cass County Council Member District 1

David A. Redweik (R, incumbent)

(District 1 Council Member must live in Adams, Bethlehem, Boone, Clay, Harrison, Jefferson or Noble Township; voted on only by voters in these precincts); Cass County Voter Precincts | Logansport Voter Precincts

Cass County Council Member District 2

No Candidates for Primary

(District 2 Council Member must live in Eel Township Precincts Logansport 1, Logansport, 2, Logansport 3 or Eel West; voted on only by voters in these precincts.) The seat is currently held by Grover Bishop, who is not seeking re-election). | Cass County Voter Precincts | Logansport Voter Precincts

Cass County Council Member District 3

Damon C. Foreman (R, incumbent)

John E. Cole (D)

(District 3 Council Member must live in Eel Township Precincts Logansport 4, Logansport 5, Logansport 6, Logansport 7, Eel East, Eel East Nonvoting or Eel North; voted on only by voters in these precincts) | Cass County Voter Precincts | Logansport Voter Precincts

Cass County Council Member District 4

Mark A. (Drew) Miller (R)
Derek D. Pullen (R)

(District 4 Council Member must live in Clinton, Deer Creek, Jackson, Miami, Tipton or Washington Township; voted on only by voters in these precincts); The seat is currently held by Brian Reed, who is not seeking re-election.) | Cass County Voter Precincts | Logansport Voter Precincts

TOWNSHIP BOARDS & TRUSTEES

Voters will also select the candidates for township trustee and 3 township board members. Voters will only see the township trustee and township board candidates for their township on their ballots. A list of current township trustees and board members is available at https://www.co.cass.in.us/townships.

Adams Township Trustee

Scott M. Rudicel (R)

Bethlehem Township Trustee

Ashly M. Berry (R)
Margaret L. Hubenthal (R)

Boone Township Trustee

Bob Pifer (R)

Clay Township Trustee

Jennifer M. Nies (R)

Clinton Township Trustee

John A. Heckard (R)

Deer Creek Township Trustee

Stephany R. Prather (R)

Eel Township Trustee

Mark A. Strong (R)

Savanna M. Brown (D)

Harrison Township Trustee

Catherine G. Cree (R)

Jackson Township Trustee

Kim Tocco (R)

Jefferson Township Trustee

Mark W. Cotner (R)

Miami Township Trustee

Joseph W. Pear (R)

Noble Township Trustee

Diann A. Sedam (R)

Tipton Township Trustee

Marcia A. Harness (R)
Michelle L. Hammond Williams (R)

Washington Township Trustee

Scott G. Albaugh (R)

Beverly J. Maloy (D)

Adams Township Board Member

Brian A. Shafer (R)
Aaron L. Sylvain (R)
Brent M. Thomas (R)

Bethlehem Township Board Member

Leann M. Bandelier (R)

Boone Township Board Member

William L. Haselby (R)
Susan J. Vontobel (R)

Clay Township Board Member

John W. Carson (R)
Nathan M. McClain (R)
Thomas K. Weatherwax (R)

Clinton Township Board Member

Gary M. Chambers (R)
Tammy Krpan (R)
Duane A. Stuart (R)

Deer Creek Township Board Member

Scott M. Hardy (R)

Dennis T. Crum (D)

Eel Township Board Member

Rick J. Bernhardt (R)
Joseph E. Buck (R)

Emily A. Sawyer (D)
Cindy A. Charley-White (D)

Harrison Township Board Member

Richard H. Crimmins (R)
Brenda K. Rusk (R)
Paige S. Woodhouse (R)

Jackson Township Board Member

W. Edward Smith (R)

Jefferson Township Board Member

Craig A. Kennell (R)
Gary E. Miller (R)
Kane E. Smiley (R)

Miami Township Board Member

Timothy J. Buffum (R)
Marguerite A. Field (R)
Barry M. Jones, Jr. (R)

Noble Township Board Member

Edward E. McKaig (R)
Ted D. Speicher (R)
Susan (Suki) K. Wilson (R)

Tipton Township Board Member

Linda L. Riley (R)

Washington Township Board Member

Mark D. Grandstaff (R)
Matt Gremelspacher (R)
Mark J. Guckien (R)

Republican Convention Delegates
Randall C. Head
Wesley D. Hull
Ethan E. Manning
Barrie L. McClain
David D. Richey
Destry R. Richey
W. Edward Smith
Michael W. Stajduhar
Nicholas J. Yax

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