Greene County voting locations

Monday, November 5, 2018

Tuesday is election day, and Greene County voters can stop at any of the 10 locations to vote.

This is Greene County’s first year as a Vote Center County, which allows voters to visit any of the polling places.

The 10 voting locations for Election Day include:

• Jasonville Fire Department, 235 Cook St., Jasonville

• Center Twp. Fire Department, 11216 E State Road 54, Bloomfield

• Bloomfield Fire Department, 75 W Mill St., Bloomfield

• 4-H Fairgrounds, 4503 W. State Road 54 Bloomfield

• Jackson Township Fire Department, 11523 E Main St., Owensburg

• Worthington Town Hall, 20 S. Commercial St., Worthington

• Roy Clark Building, Linton City Park, Linton

• Lyons Community Building, 600 W. Broad St., Lyons

• Taylor Township Fire Department, 7904 S. Westgate Rd., Newberry

• Eastern Fire Department, 4098 N. State Road 43, Solsberry

The Greene County Daily World has been highlighting the local contested races in Tuesday’s General Election. (Click the links for stories about those races.)

Contested races include:

Local contested races include:


Randy Smith (D)

Sarah Bender (R)


Brian Gainey (D)

Joe Graves (R)

County Council District 2

Cam Trampke (D)

Kelly Zimmerly (R)

County Council District 3

Hal Harp (D)

Ron Lehman (R)

Worthington Town Council (two spots)

John Haton (D)

Gerren Cullison (R)

Brian Stoner (R)

Bloomfield School District - District 1 - two spots

Morris (JR) Davis

Kris Jarman

Terri Neighbors

Jeremy Potts

Bloomfield School District - District 3

Lana Pinnick

Rachael Wiseman

Eastern School Board - Center Twp

Ronald Childress

Tina Johnson

Linton-Stockton School Corporation District 3

Katie Elliott

Ralph Witty

Shakamak District 2 (pick two)

Jay Criss

John Gambill

Robert Wise

White River Valley at-large

Brock Hostetter

Roger Weaver

All township trustees and township advisory boards are also up for re-election.

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  • What hours are the polling locations open?

    -- Posted by pitdude on Mon, Nov 5, 2018, at 12:17 PM
    Response by Sabrina Stockrahm, Editor, Greene County Daily World:
    Thank you for pointing out that I forgot to include the times! I apologize for not including the information. It is 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Polls are open 6a-6p.

    -- Posted by 9nNancy on Mon, Nov 5, 2018, at 12:52 PM
  • Thanks 9nNancy~!

    -- Posted by pitdude on Tue, Nov 6, 2018, at 12:18 AM
  • And thanks Sabrina~!

    -- Posted by pitdude on Tue, Nov 6, 2018, at 12:23 AM
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