Zionsville elects Democrat as mayor, ousts incumbent

Politics

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Voters in more than two dozen central Indiana communities went to the polls Tuesday to select among candidates for mayor.

In Zionsville, Democrat Emily Styron won the mayor’s race over Republican incumbent Tim Haak. Zionsville in Boone County had its first-ever contested election for the town’s top job.

In Zionsville, Indiana, Democrat Emily Styron (pictured) on Nov. 5, 2019, won the mayor’s race over Republican incumbent Tim Haak. (WISH Photo, File)

In Logansport, Republican Chris Martin has defeated incumbent Democrat Dave Kitchell in the mayor’s race.

In Richmond, incumbent Democrat Dave Snow defeated two challengers in the mayor’s race.

In Bedford, Republican Sam Craig won the mayor’s race over Democrat Rowena Cross-Najafi.

In Shelbyville, Democrat Mayor Thomas DeBaun has defeated Republican Brad Ridgeway.

In Kokomo, Republican Tyler Moore has defeated Democrat Abbie Smith in the mayor’s race.

In Martinsville, Republican Kenny Costin defeated a Democrat in the mayor’s race.

In Monticello, Democrat Cathy Gross has defeated Republican Matthew McKean in the mayor’s race.

In Mitchell, Republican incumbent John England has defeated Democrat Eugene Terrelll in the mayor’s race.

In Tipton, Democrat Thomas Dolezal has won the mayor’s race.

In Winchester, Republican Bob McCoy has defeated a Democrat in the mayor’s race.

Here are results in central Indiana’s mayoral races from county clerks’ offices.

In Marion County, votes continued to be counted in the mayoral races for Beech Grove and Lawrence.

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