Jim Brainard, John Ditslear, and Andy Cook will all stay in their respective offices.
Marion County election officials confirmed at least two polls opened late, but as of 7:20 a.m., all polls were up and running.
One the eve of the primary, Mayor Jim Brainard and his opponent Rick Sharp were both hard at work making that last second push to attract voters.
Jim Brainard will attempt to make a sixth run in office, while City Council President Rick Sharp plans to replace him.
The Republicans have already endorsed Chuck Brewer as their candidate for Indianapolis mayor.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Residents in 115 Indiana cities will head [...]
Wednesday morning, Mayor Brainard released a report he calls "confirmation" that his financial plans for the city are working.
An organization called the Constitutional Patriots says the city has $1 billion in debt.
The development, called Midtown West, will house office space with 250 apartments and condos, anchored by a ground-floor business and a 550 space parking garage.
A culture that's fueling economic growth - growth City Council President Pete Peterson hopes doesn't fall victim to RFRA.