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LIVE UPDATES AND RESULTS: 2022 Primary Election in Indiana

Posted: 7:03 AM, May 03, 2022
Updated: 2022-05-04 06:22:09-04
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INDIANAPOLIS — Polls closed at 6 p.m. for the 2022 Primary Election in Indiana.

This year, races included U.S. Senate, U.S. Representative, state representative and a lot of races specific to your county, like judge, sheriff and trustee.

A number of school districts also had referendums on the ballot.

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Live updates will be posted below.

6:18 a.m. Wednesday

  • Franklin Township Schools Referendum: Did not pass
  • Perry Township Schools: Did pass
  • State Senate District 46 (Democrat): Andrea Hunley

11:27 p.m.

  • State Senate District 23 (Republican) — Winner: Spencer Deery
  • State Representative District 55 (Republican) — Winner: Lindsay Patterson
  • State Representative District 88 (Democrat) — Winner: Donna Griffin
  • State Representative District 90 (Republican) — Winner: Mike Speedy (incumbent)
  • State Representative District 91 (Republican) — Winner: Robert Behning (incumbent)
  • State Representative District 93 (Republican) — Winner: Julie McGuire

10:47 p.m.

  • U.S. House District 7 (Republican) — Winner: Angela Grabovsky
  • U.S. House District 5 (Democrat) — Winner: Jeannine Lake
  • U.S. House District 4 (Democrat) — Winner: Roger Day
  • U.S. House District 6 (Democrat) — Winner: Cynthia Wirth
  • U.S. House District 3 (Democrat) — Winner: Gary Snyder
  • U.S. House District 1 (Republican) — Winner: Jennifer-Ruth Green
  • State Representative District 33 (Republican) — Winner: John Prescott

10:11 p.m.

  • U.S. House District 9 (Democrat) — Winner: Matthew Fyfe
  • U.S. House District 1 (Democrat) — Winner: Frank Mrvan (incumbent)
  • State Representative District 57 (Republican) — Winner: Craig Haggard
  • State Representative District 62 (Democrat) — Winner: Penny Githens
  • State Representative District 62 (Republican) — Winner: Dave Hall

9:51 p.m.

  • U.S. House District 8 (Democrat) — Winner: Ray McCormick
  • U.S. House District 9 (Republican) — Winner: Erin Houchin
  • State Representative District 60 (Republican) — Winner: Peggy Mayfield

9:34 p.m.

  • State Senate District 26 (Republican) — Winner: Scott Alexander
  • State Senate District 25 (Republican) — Winner: Becky Cash
  • State House District 27 (Republican) — Winner: James Hass
  • State Representative District 88 (Republican) — Winner: Chris Jeter

9:16 p.m.

  • State House District 25 (Republican) — Winner: Becky Cash
  • State Representative District 33 (Republican) — Winner: John Prescott
  • State Representative District 47 (Republican) — Winner: Robb Greene

9:08 p.m.

Greg Garrison has defeated incumbent Lee Buckingham in the race for Hamilton County Prosecutor. The vote was 13,551 to 9,411.

Some voters have criticized Buckingham’s office in recent years for not prosecuting specific cases including a rape case and a home improvement fraud case.

9:04 p.m.

Edinburgh Community School Corporation Superintendent Ron Ross has released the following statement on an operating referendum:

"We worked together to remain consistent, accessible and transparent throughout this very public campaign to garner the support of residents of our Edinburgh Community Schools.

"There are many to thank and I want to make sure that we recognize the hard work of our volunteers, the vision of our School Board and the commitment of our community to support our students and our teachers.

Tonight, voters in our community invested in our future. We will remain transparent in the use of the referendum dollars approved tonight. We look forward to continuing to preserve one of Indiana's most historic and storied school districts."

As results come in, WRTV has not yet reported a decision in this vote.

8:56 p.m.

The race for Hendricks County Sheriff has been called. The winner is Jack Sadler with 9,677 votes. Dave Galloway placed second with 2,598 votes and Terry Judy in third with 798 votes.

Additional races that have been called include:

  • State Representative District 59 (Republican) — Winner: Ryan Lauer
  • State Representative District 56 (Republican) — Winner: Brad Barrett
  • State Representative District 54 (Republican) — Winner: Cory Criswell
  • State Representative District 41 (Republican) — Winner: Mark Genda
  • State Representative District 31 (Republican) — Winner: Ann Vermilion

8:40 p.m.

Several races have been called by the Associated Press.

They include the following:

  • U.S. House District 7 (Democrat) — Winner: Andre Carson (incumbent)
  • U.S. House District 6 (Republican) — Winner: Greg Pence (incumbent)
  • State Senate District 25 (Democrat) — Winner: Tamie Dixon-Tatum
  • State Senate District 25 (Republican) — Winner: Mike Gaskill
  • State Representative District 65 (Republican) — Winner: Chris May (incumbent)

7:20 p.m.

Perry Township schools released the following statement on an operating referendum.

"Preliminary results indicate a win for Perry Township Schools. The district is grateful for the results of this election. We are encouraged by the YES vote. It means the community understands the importance of quality education. We consider the YES vote a win-win for not just the students, teachers and staff, but the community as a whole. Strong Schools means Strong Community!

Perry Township Schools will continue to be good stewards of taxpayer dollars. A heartfelt thank you to everyone in Perry Township: those who voted for the referendum and those who did not. We are deeply grateful for your support!"

As results come in, WRTV has not yet reported a decision in this vote.

6:30 p.m.

Results are slowly coming in. You can follow live results at the "election results" link above.

12:45 p.m.

Seven voters at one polling location in Carroll County had to receive a provisional ballot and weren't able to vote on the machines because a poll book wasn't cleared from the previous election, according to the county election board.

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Voters lined up to vote in the Primary Election on Tuesday, May 3, 2022, at Broad Ripple High School in Indianapolis.