ALBION — With less than two weeks until Election Day, early voting is ramping up in Noble County, with additional opportunities coming up for people to cast their ballots ahead of Nov. 3.

KENDALLVILLE — People who have been around East Noble over the past four decades are probably familiar with Dave Pine, but now he’s looking to make the jump from the school office to the school board.

GARRETT — Dr. Danny E. “Dan” Weimer, 50, is seeking a third term on the Garrett-Keyser-Butler school board, representing the City of Garrett.

ALBION — How do mail-in ballots get counted, and what security measures are in place to ensure the ballot is valid and gets counted correctly?

ALBION — Starting today, voters can cast their ballots early in-person if they don’t want to hit the polls on Election Day.

KENDALLVILLE — The incumbent for East Noble’s Swan Township school board seat recently resigned after ongoing internal strife on the board, making the position somewhat of an open race for two other contestants seeking the job.

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KENDALLVILLE — People who have been around East Noble over the past four decades are probably familiar with Dave Pine, but now he’s looking to make the jump from the school office to the school board.

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GARRETT — Dr. Danny E. “Dan” Weimer, 50, is seeking a third term on the Garrett-Keyser-Butler school board, representing the City of Garrett.

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ALBION — How do mail-in ballots get counted, and what security measures are in place to ensure the ballot is valid and gets counted correctly?

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ALBION — Starting today, voters can cast their ballots early in-person if they don’t want to hit the polls on Election Day.

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KENDALLVILLE — The incumbent for East Noble’s Swan Township school board seat recently resigned after ongoing internal strife on the board, making the position somewhat of an open race for two other contestants seeking the job.

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ALBION — With 11 school board seats open and up for election in the four districts serving Noble County so far, only two people have filed to fill them.

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Those interested in helping make decisions about how local school districts operate can begin filing to run for open school board positions starting today.

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Slightly more than four in every 10 voters who cast ballots in this year’s primary did so by mail, as absentee voting hit record highs with nearly half of all voters casting a ballot before Election Day.

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ANGOLA — Steuben County Councilman Ken Shelton prevented incumbent Commissioner Jim Crowl from serving a fifth term representing the Middle District in a stunning 2,425-1,890 defeat on Tuesday.

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DeKalb County voters chose the winners of four Republican primary contests for county offices Tuesday.

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ANGOLA — As of Tuesday, about 10% of Steuben County's registered voters had turned in mail-in ballots for the upcoming Tuesday, June 2 Primary Election, Steuben County Clerk Tangi Manahan said.

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AUBURN — Todd Sanderson says he wants to be “the fiscal conservative voice for sustainable growth in DeKalb County” if he is elected as a DeKalb County Commissioner.

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AUBURN — Kevin Webb believes his business and government experience make him highly qualified to be a DeKalb County Commissioner.

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AUBURN — Mike Watson says he can bring a combination of business and government experience to the job of DeKalb County Commissioner.

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INDIANAPOLIS — When voters go to the polls on June 2, expect to see some new faces, maybe younger faces — although those faces may be covered with masks or other protective gear.

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ALBION — With statewide guidelines to practice social distancing and reduce person-to-person contact as much as possible, Noble County Clerk Shelley Mawhorter is strongly encouraging voters to consider voting by mail for the May primary.