RTV6 is following the big races that impact your life. Stay up to date on the latest primary election results with our blog, and get complete election coverage here.
The only tight City-County Council primary race in District 9. With 76 percent of the votes counted, William (Duke) Oliver has a 16-vote lead over Leigh Riley Evans. Oliver is the incumbent, and Democratic Party endorsed candidate.
— Matt McKinney (@Matt_D_McKinney) May 8, 2019
Jim Merritt declares himself the winner of the Republican Mayoral primary race.
Great crowd tonight! I appreciate the support and votes from everyone. All hands on deck from here to November! pic.twitter.com/viZOWAjZO4— Jim Merritt (@Jim_Merritt) May 8, 2019
Franklin voters approved a tax referendum designed to help pay for teacher salaries and mental health support. Read the full story here.
Carmel Mayor James Brainard fights off Hamilton County councilor Fred Glynn to win the Republican mayoral nomination. Read the full story here.
Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness wins contested Republican primary election.
I’m honored to earn the Republican Party nomination again for Mayor. Thanks to the volunteers and supporters for your work and encouragement. Congratulations to Councilors Rich Block, @CeciliaCoble, @toddpzimmerman, @PeteinFishers and @BradDeReamer. pic.twitter.com/V0DpTKijEN
— Scott Fadness (@ScottFadness) May 8, 2019
Greenwood Mayor Mark Myers wins Republican primary in Greenwood mayoral race.
Thank you to family, friends, volunteers and voters across Greenwood for your support! I look forward to continuing our track record of fiscal responsibility, low taxes, job growth and improved quality of life for all residents. pic.twitter.com/g6nYyp6KMx
— Mayor Mark Myers (@MayorMarkMyers) May 8, 2019
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett secures Democratic nomination for Mayor of Indianapolis. Click here to read the full story.
Tonight RTV6 takes a look at the big races that have people talking. Watch our primary election night coverage here.