FARMERSBURG, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — As the polls come to a close across the state of Indiana, the real work begins for many election office workers as they tally the votes submitted in this year’s elections.
And just as things get busy for election offices, they also get busy for the news business.
Follow along here as we document our team’s efforts to bring you accurate results of today’s elections, interviews with candidates, and more.
Check back here often throughout Tuesday evening for updates
Nicole Krasean interviews Brandon Sakbun following his victory in the Terre Haute mayoral race Tuesday night.
Brandon Sakbun is greeted by supporters as he arrives after winning the 2023 Terre Haute mayoral race
Brandon Sakbun has won the 2023 Terre Haute mayoral race. He will be the youngest mayor in Terre Haute history.
The crowd waits at Brandon Sakbun’s headquarters, located at the Hilton Garden Inn as results for the Vigo County mayoral race come in.
Nicole goes live at Democratic candidate Brandon Sakbun’s headquarters while Dana gives an update at the FOP with incumbent Republican Mayor Duke Bennett as the polls come to a close.
Images from the Duke Bennett camp as supporters begin to arrive.
Dr. Levi Allen – Indiana State University Department of Political Science joined WTWO/WAWV’s Mike Tank on WAWV News at 5 to discuss today’s election.
WTWO/WAWV’s Dana Winklepleck reported live during WAWV News at 5 from the FOP Lodge 85.
WTWO/WAWV’s Nicole Krasean reported live on WAWV News at 5 from the Hilton Garden Inn.
WTWO/WAWV’s Nicole Krasean shared these pictures from the Hilton Garden Inn where Brandon Sakbun, his supporters, and the Vigo County Democratic Party are set up.
WTWO/WAWV’s Dana Winklepleck is set up with Chief Photographer Josh Lum at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 85 building where incumbent Republican Mayor Duke Bennett and his supporters are scheduled to spend the evening awaiting vote results.
Dana will have live coverage of the happenings on WAWV News at 5 and WTWO News at 6.
WTWO/WAWV’s Nicole Krasean took to Facebook Live to remind residents there is still time left to make their voices heard and cast their votes in today’s elections.