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November 6th, 2012

1% VOTES REPORT

November 6, 2012

With 1% of the votes reporting, Romney is shows a lead with 66%, Obama with 33%.

EARLY VOTES IN

November 6, 2012

Whitley County Clerks Office released early voting results at 6 p.m.
Presidential
66.22% - Mitt Romney
32.29% - Barack Obama

U.S. Senate
59.03% Richard Mourdock
36.61% Joe Donnelly

Governor
61.58% Mike Pence
35.53% John R. Gregg

Attorney General
69.15% Greg Zoeller
30.85% Kay Fleming

Superintendent of Public Instruction
59.32% Tony Bennett
40.68% Glenda Ritz

US. Representatives District 3
68.89% Marlin Stutzman
31.11% Kevin Boyd

State Senator District 16
69.84% David Long
30.16% Charles Keen

State Representative District 82
70.51% David L. Ober

ELECTION DAY VOTING: Citizens wait to cast votes as opposed to voting earlier

November 6, 2012


While absentee voting ended Monday, with a large increase in numbers compared to the 2008 general election, the polls continued to remain busy this afternoon as voters exercised their right to vote.

Several voters at the Church of the Nazarene, located at 506 N. Main Street in Columbia City, said they came out and voted today as opposed to voting early mainly because they are used to waiting for Election Day.
Some voters shared their responses:

“I wanted to listen more before I voted because I wanted to make a final decision,” said Ruby Perez.

DEMS WON'T MEET: Whitley Co. Democrats choose to not meet locally

November 6, 2012

According to the Whitley County Democrats Facebook page, the political party will not convene in Columbia City, but rather in Fort Wayne.
To join the Democratic party, supporters should visit the Plumbers and Steamfitters Union Hall at 2930 Ludwig, Fort Wayne.

FINAL ABSENTEE NUMBERS: Available tonight at 6 p.m.

November 6, 2012

According to Clerk of Circuit Court Debbie Beers, final absentee numbers will be released and available tonight at 6 p.m. on the county’s website at whitleygov.com.
As of last week, absentee voter numbers for this year’s 2012 general election have already surpassed that of the 2008 general election by an increase of 25 percent.

VOTERS LINE UP

November 6, 2012


According to Clerk of Circuit Court, Debbie Beers, some of the poll workers in Whitley County have called her office to let her know they've had long lines.
"That’s a good thing, that means people are coming out to cast their votes," said Beers.
Beers said there have been no major problems, as everything has been running smoothly today.
"We’re doing good so far," said Beers. "We've had a lot of voters calling to see where they need to go vote."

TODAY'S THE DAY: General election polling begins

November 6, 2012

WHITLEY COUNTY – Polling stations have opened across Whitley County and most of Indiana as Election Day begins following months of candidate debates and barrages of campaign advertisements.

Polling sites opened to voters at 6 a.m. EST Tuesday in 80 of Indiana's 92 counties. Voting sites open an hour later in 12 counties in northwestern and southwestern Indiana that are on Central Standard Time. All of Indiana's polling sites will close at 6 p.m. local time.

November 3rd

PROPERTY TAX: Payment deadlines draw near

November 3, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The payment deadline for the fall installment of property taxes is Nov. 13.
In addition to tax bills being paid, Whitley County Auditor Jennifer McGuire also encourages county residents to turn in Homestead Verification sheets to receive homestead deductions on property taxes.
McGuire said this is the third year the auditor’s office has asked property owners to verify their homestead, and approximately 1,724 homesteads have yet to be verified in Whitley County.
Benefits of homestead verification

FALL PLAY: Makes war times personal

November 3, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — “It’s personal.” That is the recurring thought between numerous cast members of Columbia City High School’s fall production of “Once Upon a Town.”
The play’s plot centers around a small town initiative to feed, encourage and applaud World War II soldiers passing through North Platte, Neb.

LEAF PICKUP: On a roll

November 3, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The Columbia City Street Department’s goal is for leaf pick up trucks to service the city each week.
According to Columbia City Street Superintendent Kelly Cearbaugh, even with the rain earlier this week, the street department is getting the job done.
“In the past, there have been weeks where it’s all we can do to get through the city in a week. We then go back through it the next week,” said Cearbaugh. “We have two machines, one for each side of the city, and if one side gets done before the end of the week, they try to help the other side.”

Columbia City soccer player Shila Tolliver signed to play soccer at Huntington University Thursday...
CHURUBUSCO — With a 5-2 win in the season opener against Woodlan and another win over Oak Hill...
HUNTINGTON — Columbia City’s boys track team opened its season with a loss at Huntington North...

 

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