VALPARAISO | Jeff Good couldn't point to the single thing that put him on top of a three-way race in the Republican primary in the Porter County Commissioner 2nd District race Tuesday.
Hoosiers will cast ballots in Tuesday's primary election. Unless they are Boone Township residents casting votes solely on the school funding referendum, voters must request either a Democratic or Republican ballot.
VALPARAISO | Porter County Commissioner candidate Jeff Good is crying foul over a campaign flyer by incumbent Nancy Adams in which she claims to have helped eliminate the county's multimillion dollar budget deficit without raising taxes.
Porter County voters have three choices for the Republican nomination for county commissioner — incumbent Nancy Adams, Jeff Good and William LaFever.
There is an Ethel, a Melanie, a Dana, a Jolie, a Melody, a Nancy, a Judith, and a Margaret who would prefer voters call her Peggy.
VALPARAISO | There is a three-way Republican primary race underway for the Center District seat on the Porter County Board of Commissioners.
Incumbent Nancy Adams and Jeff Good are the candidates (R) for Porter County Commissioner.
VALPARAISO | Jeff Good's name remains on the ballot for the GOP primary in May. For now.
VALPARAISO | Porter County Board of Commissioners candidate William LaFever is challenging the candidacy of one of his Republican primary challengers, Jeff Good.
Porter County once again is represented on the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority, and it's a good thing.
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