The Indiana primary elections will be held on May 5, 2015.
The Kentucky primary elections will be held on May 19, 2015.
The May primaries are less than two weeks away as candidates across Indiana look to make their final push for their party's nomination. Neither one of Evansville's mayoral candidates, incumbent Mayor Lloyd Winnecke (R) or State Rep. Gail Riecken (D), face a challenger in the primary. However, this time of year gives us a glimpse into their fundraising efforts.
With the May primary elections less than two weeks away, it's crunch time for candidates across Indiana. Candidates are required to file campaign finance reports, which give the voters a look at how much a candidate has raised and where the money came from.
With less than two weeks remaining until the May primaries, campaign finance reports show a disparity in fundraising between the democratic hopefuls for the Evansville City Clerk's race. Laura Windhorst (D), the incumbent, leads Misty Hart (D) in total fundraising in the January to April reporting period.
Eyewitness News has obtained finance reports for a number of Vanderburgh County races.
Dr. Robert Dion, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Evansville, talks with Brad Byrd about Senator Paul's presidential candidacy and reacts to his interview on the "Today" show.
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As his campaign begins, supporters say Sen. Rand Paul can distinguish himself from other presidential candidates.
Absentee voting starts in Vanderburgh County with less than a dozen voters casting ballots.
A well connected Republican is the first to officially announce he wants to replace retiring Indiana Senator Dan Coats.
University of Evansville Political Science Professor Dr. Robert Dion gives his input on who might fill Senator Dan Coats' seat in 2016.
Senator Dan Coats announces he will not seek re-election in 2016. Coats says it is time to pass the torch to the new generation of politicians.
The deadline to enter the races was Friday at noon. Here are the candidates sworn in to run for Evansville City offices.
Evansville City Councilmember, Connie Robinson, has filed to keep her seat as 4th ward councilmember.
It's election year for the Evansville City Council. And today, another political new comer files for office.
The pool of candidates gets bigger today for Evansville City Council. David Reitz Ballard filed for the 4th Ward seat today.
State Representative Gail Riecken Will Run for Mayor
Newly named Evansville City Council President Dr. H. Dan Adams officially announces he will seek a third term.
Another name has been added to the list of candidates running for Kentucky governor.
A self-proclaimed 'non-politician' is entering the race for Kentucky's governor.
Alison Lundergan Grimes will run for re-election as Kentucky's secretary of state.
More candidates filling up the ballot for Evansville City Council. Political newcomer Alex Burton announced today he is running for an at-large seat.
Today, Republican J.D. Strouth files to run for Evansville City Clerk.
The brother of a late Evansville politician files paperwork to run for City Council.
Evansville City Councilman John Friend will not seek election this year to a third term on the council.
Another candidate for Evansville City Council files his paperwork today.
The wife of a current county politician is getting in the game.
Jonathan Weaver and Missy Mosby filed for re-election to Evansville City Council, and Laura Brown Windhorst also filed for re-election as City Clerk.
A political newcomer makes her candidacy for Evansville City Council official.
State Rep. Gail Riecken, D-Evansville, announced Jan. 10 that she will run for Mayor of Evansville in 2015.
Riecken formally announced her candidacy Saturday morning at the C.K. Newsome Center.
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney may be ready to give it another go.
Kentucky's attorney general is seeking higher office.
A new candidate for Boonville mayor officially throws his hat into the ring.
Misty Hart files her candidacy for Evansville City Clerk.
Today was the first day to file for office, and the Vice President of the Better Business Bureau, Tom Bozikis, filed for Evansville City Council 1st Ward.
Mayor Lloyd Winnecke makes it official that he will run for another term.
Three recently elected officials are sworn-in to office almost four decades after sharing the stage at their high school graduation.
State Rep. Gail Riecken, D-Evansville, says she's still considering running for Evansville mayor. If she decides to run, she would likely face first term Republican Mayor Lloyd Winnecke.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence could run for governor and president in 2016.
All week we've been learning about people getting into the race for Evansville City Council At-Large, and today a fifth name is added to the ballot.
Both new and returning politicians in Henderson took the oath of office today.
Another candidate announces for Evansville City Council.
For years she's represented Evansville at the local and state level. Tonight we're learning Gail Riecken may make a run at being the city's next mayor.
Rick Santorum is making a return to the presidential campaign trail.
The ballot for Evansville's City Council at large is starting to fill up. Jack Schriber announcing that he is running for the position.
Charlie Wyatt announces tonight his candidacy for the Democratic nomination to be the next Boonville Mayor.
Another candidate throws his hat in the ring for Evansville City Council.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has announced his re-election campaign. He is currently in his first term in the Senate, and is looking for a second.