Wednesday, January 15, 2014



Up thru the Feb 7th at NOON deadline - to get a current list of county candidates go to:

UPDATED:  4PM, Jan 13, 2014

Candidate Slate for 2014 Primary Election

Listing of candidates who have filed a declaration of candidacy with the Dearborn County Clerk Office.  Lists are in ballot order; the order that names and positions will be displayed on the Primary Ballots.  In addition to Candidates filing with the Dearborn County Clerk's Office individuals identified as running for Judicial Offices (Judge, Superior Court 1 and Prosecuting Attorney, District 7), will also be identified.
Democrat Party:
      County Council, District 2 - Dan Lansing

     York Township, Trustee - Leo Martini

      Precinct Committeeman

      Democrat Party State Delegate  (12 to be elected)
          Tristica Sheckels

Republican Party:      Judge, Superior Court 1 - Jonathan N. Cleary

     Auditor - Gayle L. Pennington

     Recorder - Glenn Wright

     Sheriff - Michael R. Kreinhop

     County Commissioner, District 3 - Shane McHenry

     County Council, District 4 - Dennis A. Kraus

     Miller Township, Trustee - Patricia A. Little

     Washington Township, Trustee - David J. Wunderlich

     Clay Township Advisory Board Member - Martin A. (Marty) Hon

     Dillsboro - City Council, District 1 - Rick Fields

     Republican Party State Delegate   (19 to be elected)

          Jeff L. Hughes         

          Arthur Little

          Patricia A. Little

          Ruth Ann Little


Anonymous said...

No Negangard? We should be so lucky...

conflicted commissioners said...

How is McHenry able to run, he is employed by the county, isn't he?

Anonymous said...

your still a sore loser why don't you try and run again!

Anonymous said...

I second conflicted commissioners - how can McHenry run???! This ground was covered and it's called the Hatch Act.

conflicted commissioners said...

Actually this ground was covered by the new state law-

conflicted commissioners said...

You cannot hold elected office and be employed by the same political unit.

Anonymous said...

I would not dout Boss hog head Negangard found way around the law.

cebmueller said...

Per the State Election Commission lawyer - a county employee can run for office, but if elected, the day he/she assumes office(i.e. is sworn in), he/she is considered to have resigned from the county job.

Anonymous said...

yes how did that turn out are they still in office.