Election 2022 Information

This year is a midterm-election year. A number of county and municipal positions in Pulaski County are up for election in the 3-May primary and 8-November general elections, as well as state, national, and party positions.

Elections in Pulaski County are overseen by the Pulaski County Election Board, chaired by Kimberly Burke (R) and additionally composed of Jessye Gilley (D)and County Clerk JoLynn Behny, who by statute serves as secretary of the Board.

The election board reminds all voters who have moved since the last election in which they voted to update their voter-registration information with the Election Board at the Clerk’s Office. Voters may vote at any one of the county’s vote centers:

Early/absentee voting will begin on Tuesday, 5 April, for the primary election, taking place from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday through Monday, 2 May, in the Microfilm Room, Main Floor, Pulaski County Courthouse, 112 East Main Street, downtown Winamac; voting on the final day will be available only through noon. There will be no voting on Friday, 15 April, which is Good Friday, a County holiday.

Additional times for early/absentee voting will be 8:00 a.m. – noon on Saturdays, 23 and 30 April, at both the Microfilm Room and the Francesville Fire Station. Election Day (3 May) voting will take place from 6:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m.

Please be sure to bring your picture ID with you. Hand sanitizer, face masks, and gloves will be available at all polling locations, including early-voting locations.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call 574.946.3313 or 574.946.4401.

For a list of town, township, and party candidates on the 2022 primary-election ballot, visit this page.
For a list of county, state, and federal candidates on the 2022 primary-election ballot, visit this page.
To access the Indiana Secretary of State’s Election Division’s roster of filed candidates, visit this page.