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.
Two weeks after the election, Democrat Mike Frerichs is named the winner after his opponent concedes.
A new law enforcement leader coming to Gibson County. With 60% of the vote, Republican Timothy Bottoms defeats his democratic challenger Jeffrey Hill.
Senator Mitch McConnell is elected for a 6th term in the U.S. Senate. Alison Lundergan Grimes gave McConnell the fight of this political career. Both candidates congratulated each other in the expensive race.
The incumbent senator handily defeated Grimes in the general election.
Republicans fall short in their attempt to take control of the House for the first time in more than 90 years.
The final numbers are in for the 2014 mid-term and local elections.
Polling places across the commonwealth have been seeing a steady stream of voters all day.
The direction of the country for the next 2 years is also up to voters. Razor-thin margins in key races may bring some surprises by the time the polls close.
The latest polls show Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell pulling away from Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes.
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke is separating himself from a candidate he says he never supported.
As voters get ready to head to the polls, officials are working to get the polls ready for them.
Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes was in Owensboro today to rally supporters at the Plumbers and Pipefitters Hall.
We're less than 24 hours until the polls open, and candidates are making one last effort to persuade voters.
A judge throws out Alison Lundergan Grimes request to file an injunction against the Kentucky GOP.
Previously, a voter was required to vote at the polling place within the precinct they resided. Now a voter can choose to vote at any Vote Center that is convenient for them. Here's lists of open places where you can vote.
Laura and Greg interview ABC News Political Analyst Cokie Roberts about the big upcoming elections.
According to polls, it looks like the GOP is likely to win in Kentucky and Illinois.
Vanderburgh County Clerk, Debbie Stucki reports a big day for early voting. Stucki says more than 350 people voted Saturday.
Democrats are hoping to motivate people to go to the polls this year to combat what they expect to be low voter turnout.
A Republican Gubernatorial candidate swings through southern Illinois days ahead of the November 4th election. On Saturday, Bruce Rauner stopped at Carmi Municipal Airport to greet supporters.
People in Evansville lined up at early voting locations Saturday to avoid long lines on Election Day.
Eyewitness News presents is special half hour Conversation with the Candidates on the Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Race.
Protecting voter rights, a group of Democratic attorneys are banding together to start a task force.
Kentucky Congressman Brett Guthrie was in Daviess County today for some barbecue and some campaigning.
Your Local Election Headquarters talks to voters in Owensboro about the airtight U.S. Senate race between Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes.
We are about one week away from Election Day, and tonight Eyewitness News continues its Conversation with the Candidates.
This time, it would be Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton. Jeb's son, George P. Bush told ABC News his father is still deciding, but there's a good chance he will run for President.
Bruce Ungethiem says the county could do away with pretreating roads and potentially save money.
We're less than two weeks away from Election Day, but voters are taking advantage of early voting centers in the Tri-State.
Tonight, Brad Byrd is joined by Henderson Mayor Steve Austin's challenger, Patti Bugg, who also owns her own real estate agency, Bugg Realty.
Less than two weeks away from Election Day, there is no clear front-runner in the race between Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner.
Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture and candidate for Governor James Comer received a third big endorsement last night.
Brad Byrd sits down with Henderson Mayor Steve Austin who is running against challenger Patti Bugg.
This is Clinton's third trip to the Commonwealth this year to campaign for the Democratic Kentucky Secretary of State, who is in an air-tight race for U.S. Senate with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Eyewitness News continues its Conversation with the Candidates tonight, as we are about two weeks away from Election Day.
Early voting is now underway in Illinois. President Obama returned home to Chicago this morning to cast his ballot.
In Owensboro, voters will have a chance to hear from candidates running for various offices.
The Indiana State GOP is hosting an early vote rally Monday in Jasper.
A controversial mailer could be showing up in some Tri-Staters's mail boxes soon.
All three candidates for Indiana's 8th District Congressional seat will debate in Jasper later this month.
Alison Lundergan Grimes is receiving some campaign help from a big name in politics.