- Voters' Guide
High turnout expected for Logansport primary
About 11 percent of the registered voters in Logansport had cast their ballots by Saturday night, but leaders from both political parties expect a high turnout for Tuesday’s municipal election.
Council candidates at odds on issues
City zoning regulations would be a target for the five Republicans vying for three city council nominations in next week’s primary.
Logansport clerk-treasurer candidates pledge openness
Both women seeking the Republican nomination for clerk-treasurer in next week’s municipal primary pledged to make information in the office accessible to the public.
Logansport mayoral candidates debate issues
Candidates in next week’s primary for Logansport mayor have expressed opposing views on topics such as foreign marketing, government consolidation and regulations on small businesses.
Logansport primary hopefuls speak
The topics of jobs, zoning regulations and combining city and county departments were addressed in Tuesday night’s public forum for contested races in Logansport’s upcoming primary election.
Democrats face off for mayor
Questions are answered by Michael Fincher and Charlie Hastings.
Republican mayoral hopefuls discuss issues
Candidates Michael Berkshire and Ted Franklin answer questions from the Pharos-Tribune staff.
Clerk-treasurer hopefuls address questions
Candidates Dawn Conner-Kraud and Carol Sue Hayworth answer questions from the Pharos-Tribune staff.
At-large council hopefuls address issues
The Pharos-Tribune staff had questions answered by candidates Jeremy Ashcraft, Jim Lavender and Chris Martin.
Ward 2 candidates respond to questions
Candidates Joseph E. Buck and Rick Gibbs answer questions asked by the Pharos-Tribune staff.
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