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Election 2020 Results
Tuesday, November 3, 2020

****ELECTION 2020 RESULTS FOR STEUEBEN COUNTY****

Steuben Superior Court Judge
*William Bill Fee, Republican - 13,444

Steuben County Treasurer
*Missy Bixler, Republican - 13,069

Steuben County Coroner
*Rodney Snyder, Republican - 11,867
Lauren Vogel, Democrat -3,850

Steuben County Middle Commissioner
*Ken Shelton, Republican - 13,039

Steuben County South Commissioner
*Wil Howard, Republican - 12,994

Steuben County Council At Large
Ruth Beer Hughes, Republican - 9,360
Dan Caruso, Republican - 8,564
William Harter, Republican - 7,903

Fremont School Board District 1
*Laura McLatcher - 2,733

Fremont School Board District 2
*Jean Stuckey - 2,760

Hamilton School Board District 2
*Jamy Merritt - 529

Hamilton School Board At large
*Jeremy Hill - 1,206

MSD of Steuben County School Board District 1
Case Gilbert - 2,951
*Mark E. Ridenhour - 3,520

MSD of Steuben County School Board District 2
Mark L. Cockroft - 2,945
*Becky Maggart - 3,100

MSD of Steuben County School Board District 3
*Leann Boots - 4,611
Tony Culver - 1,713

MSD of Steuben County School Board AT LARGE
*Cory Archbold - 4,472
Tom Caswell - 1,745

Prairie Heights School Board Jackson Township
Robert Ledgerwood - 1,026
*Aaron Pfafman - 1,078

Prairie Heights School Board Salem Township
*Heather Culler - 1,690
Jill Engel-Walworth - 473

Prairie Heights School Board Springfield Township
*Michael D. Howe - 1,810

NOTE: For Prairie Heights School Board, With election numbers in from both Steuben and LaGrange Counties, the Prairie Heights School Board Ballot winners are Aaron Pfafman, Heather Culler, and Mike Howe (Howe ran unopposed).


*Denotes the winner of the ballot item.


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BREAKING: The Associated Press has called the Indiana Governor's Race, with Governor Eric Holcomb winning re-election.

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****WE WILL POST MORE RESULTS AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE****

UNDATED - Election Day is wrapping up and voters have cast their ballots across the state of Indiana and the entire tri-State region.

The polls opened at 6 a.m. in the Hoosier state and closed at 6 p.m. In Ohio the polls are open until 7:30 p.m.

Early voting had record turnouts in this election. Many area residents throughout Steuben County reported long lines, but said wait times were at a minimum with all considered.

In-person and Election Day vote totals should be compiled tonight. In addition, mail-in vote counting should also wrap up.

Voting in Steuben County and the surrounding are has been largely trouble-free on Election Day.

WLKI and the entire Swick Broadcasting news team affiliates will continue to keep you covered throughout tonight on air and online.



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