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Elections in Indiana

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Elections in Indiana are held to fill various local, state and federal seats. Special elections may be held to fill vacancies at other points in time.

In a 2020 study, Indiana was ranked as the 10th hardest state for citizens to vote in.[1]

Elections by year

2020
2018
2016
2015
2014
2012
2011
2010
2008

March 11:

May 6:

November 4:

Election dates

Presidential elections results
Year Republican Democratic
2020 57.02% 1,729,519 40.96% 1,242,416
2016 56.82% 1,557,286 37.91% 1,033,126
2012 54.13% 1,420,543 43.93% 1,152,887
2008 48.91% 1,345,648 49.95% 1,374,039
2004 59.94% 1,479,438 39.26% 969,011
2000 56.65% 1,245,836 41.01% 901,980
1996 47.1% 1,006,693 41.6% 887,424
1992 42.9% 989,375 36.8% 848,420
1988 59.8% 1,297,763 39.7% 860,643
1984 61.7% 1,377,230 37.7% 841,481
1980 56.0% 1,255,656 37.7% 844,197

Except in special circumstances, all of Indiana's federal, state, and municipal elections occur on Election Day, being the first Tuesday following the first Monday of November. Except for members of the Indiana House of Representatives, all other elected state and municipal officials serve terms of four years.

Historically the states first elections were held on August 10, 1816. Thereafter elections occurred on the first Monday of October until 1852 when elections began to be held on Election Day.

See also

References

  1. ^ J. Pomante II, Michael; Li, Quan (15 Dec 2020). "Cost of Voting in the American States: 2020". Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy. 19 (4): 503–509. doi:10.1089/elj.2020.0666. S2CID 225139517. Retrieved 14 January 2022.

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