• Light voter turnout in Hendricks County municipal elections

    November 09, 2011 No comments

    Voter turnout was expected to be light yesterday in Hendricks County and indeed it was with only a little over 10 percent of the registered voters voting in yesterday’s municipal elections.

    In Avon where two at large town council seats were up for grabs Republicans Marcus Turner and Dave Cox came away as the winners.

    In Plainfield Republican incumbent Renea Whicker was reelected to represent district two on the town council.

    Three at large town council seats were at stake in Amo with Republicans James Travelsted and Rene Gay taking two of the seats while Democratic incumbent Donna Watson was reelected.

    In Clayton Ginny McKamey was reelected as the town’s clerk-treasurer.

    In Coatesville two town council seats were being decided. Republican Eva Trump-Robinson was the winner for the district one seat while Democrat Jerry Decker Sr. was elected to the district three seat.

    In Pittsboro Republican Shari Snyder won the race for Pittsboro’s clerk-treasurer’s office and Republican Todd Henriksen won the district one town council seat.

    And in Stilesville five candidates vied for three at large town council seats with the winners being Democrat James Childress and Republicans Tracy Crum and Mark Trusty.

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