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.
McConnell blasted Grimes over whether or not she voted for President Obama. Grimes called McConnell "Senator Gridlock, Senator No-show or Senator Shutdown."
Last week, Brad Byrd sat down with Sherman Greer, who is the Democratic candidate for Vanderburgh County Commissioner District 2. Tonight, he talks with Bruce Ungethiem, the Republican candidate for the county commission seat.
"I'm sorry for the inconvenience for the public that we're having to go through this," says Vanderburgh County Clerk, Debbie Stuckie. "Some of them were missed and we want to make sure everybody's vote counts".
Rand Paul, seen as a potential 2016 contender, is stumping to open the GOP's door to more people - minority's in particular.
Those impacted by invalid ballots should receive notices in the mail, along with a new absentee ballot. They're due on election day, November 4th.
Steven Melcher is not giving up his campaign for state representative even after suffering a heart attack. Melcher made his first public appearance today since being hospitalized three weeks ago.
Both candidates spent time trying to create fear about the other guy.
A local taxi company is giving free rides to two vote centers on the two weekends prior to election day.
Tonight, Brad Byrd sits down with Sherman Greer, who's running as the Democrat in the Vanderburgh County Commission District 2 race.
One of the most contentious races across the country this November is for U.S. Senator in Kentucky. And a new poll today only adds fuel to the fire.
It will not be an easy fix to remedy a number of invalid absentee voter ballots that were mailed out last week. The election board says it plans to be aggressive in resolving the issue.
U.S Senator Mitch McConnell has picked up an endorsement from former presidential candidate, Mitt Romney.
Henderson voters get their chance to hear candidates face off tonight.
We're only a month out from Election Day and there are some major concerns that some absentee ballots may not be counted.It's not a problem that many absentee voters would notice; a small box in the corner signed by election officials.But, those signatures are missing on hundreds of already mailed ballots and there is concern about the problem being fixed in time.
Four Vanderburgh County races take center stage Wednesday night in four separate live debates.
At least 100 people from Spencer County pack the Grandview Civic Center for a political forum.
Research shows young voters could play a key role in the Kentucky U.S. senate.
The Evansville F.O.P. is out with its endorsements for the November election.
It appears party politics puts an end to a locally televised debate.
Despite objections, two Vanderburgh County candidates will be on the November ballot.
The Indiana FOP announces endorsements for state lawmakers in the upcoming election.
A Posey County judge puts a candidate for county assessor back on the ballot.
Candidate for the 8th District Congressional seat Andrew Horning speaks tonight at Central Library in Evansville.
The most watched Senate race in the country continues to play out in Kentucky.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is considering a run for president in 2016 and running for re-election to the Senate in 2016. But Kentucky law currently does not allow it.
Senator Mitch McConnell's campaign manager, Jesse Benton, resigns today over concerns of media attention to a scandal involving the 2012 Ron Paul presidential campaign.
A group of Indiana Democratic candidates swing through Evansville to talk about doing business in the Hoosier State.
Hundreds gather on the Daviess County court house lawn in Owensboro to hear from political candidates at the Red, White, and Blue Picnic. More than 20 politicians vying for various federal, state and local offices were at the event.
Before the Red, White, and Blue Picnic, Alison Lundergan Grimes talked with Eyewitness News about allegations regarding her campaign bus.
Brad Byrd sits down with Sheriff Wedding tonight to get his response to Lt. Byram's comments.