The Johnson County GOP chair will decide the path to a tie-breaker in the primary race for Whiteland Town Council Ward 2.
While a number of contested races in the Republican primary brought voters out from across the county, many offices were uncontested on Tuesday.
Despite a highly contentious primary, Republican voters in Greenwood want Mark Myers to keep the city’s top job.
Two incumbents and three challengers prevailed Tuesday to win the Republican nomination for Prince’s Lakes Town Council.
The three incumbents are one step closer to retaining their seats on the Bargersville Town Council, surviving a challenge from candidate Roger Hitz in the Republican primary.
Two incumbents held on to their seats in the Trafalgar Town Council primary, and three newcomers were selected to join them.
Two Republican candidates tied for Whiteland Town Council Ward 2 with exactly 103 votes each.
Attorney Drew Foster was successful in his bid to unseat long-time incumbent Lewis Gregory for the Republican nomination for the Greenwood city judge’s bench.
Two newcomers vying for a seat on the Greenwood City Council will advance to the fall election following Tuesday night’s Republican primary.
Bargersville voters opted for challenger Dustin Doyle in the Republican primary for clerk-treasurer.