Boone County early vote totals show tight race for circuit court judge, state senate Dist. 29


The polls have closed in Boone County, and early voting totals show some close races for districts that include Zionsville.

In the Republican primary for State Sen. District 29, Corrie Meyer is narrowly leading incumbent Mike Delph with 50.97 percent of the vote compared to Delph’s 49.03 percent.

Todd J. Meyer is narrowly leading the Republican race for Circuit Court Judge with 42.54 percent of the vote. Lori Schein has 39.58 percent and Tamie Jo Morog has 17.88 percent of vote totals.

The vote margin in the race for sheriff is wider, with Republican incumbent Michael Nielsen receiving 83 percent of the vote. Challenger Michael Greene has 17 percent.

Dee Thornton has a solid lead in Boone County in the five-candidate Democratic primary for U.S. Rep. Dist. 5 seat. She has 61 percent of the vote, with the next closest challenger, Kyle Moore, receiving 21 percent.

In the six-candidate Democratic race for U.S. Rep. District 4, Tobi Beck is leading with 32 percent of the vote. On the Republican side, Steve Braun is leading a field of seven candidates with 36 percent of the vote.

Nearly 43 percent of Boone County voters selected Mike Braun in the race for U.S. Senator, with Todd Rokita receiving 33 percent of the vote and Luke Messer getting 24 percent.