October 21, 2022

Indiana's 2022 midterm election

AP Photo/Darron Cummings

AP Photo/Darron Cummings

Election Day is Nov. 8. This page has what you need to be an informed voter as you head to the polls – information on individual races, the offices, what you'll need to cast your vote and more. Plus all of the 2022 election coverage from WFYI and IPB News is collected below.

You can find voting centers and your sample ballot at the state's voter information portal, indianavoters.in.gov. For live coverage from WFYI reporters at the polls, go to our Election Day blog.

What offices are up for election?

Click the links below for stories from WFYI and IPB News



Joseph O'Connor (D)

Myla A. Eldridge (D)

Prosecuting attorney
Cyndi Carrasco (R), Ryan Mears (iD)

Barcia Miller Alejos (R), Faith James Kimbrough (D)

Kerry Forestal (iD), Randy Swindle (R)

Kate Sweeney Bell (D), Andrew Harrison (R)

Judicial offices

Beech Grove City Schools

Decatur Township Metropolitan School District

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Indianapolis Public Schools

Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township

Metropolitan School District of Perry Township

Metropolitan School District of Pike Township

Metropolitan School District of Warren Township

Metropolitan School District of Washington Township

Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township

Statewide and federal races continue below



All 100 of the Indiana House seats are up for election this year. Click here to see the the Central Indiana races. Half of the 50 seats in the Indiana Senate are up for election this year. Click here to see the the Central Indiana races.



Secretary of state

Jeff Maurer (L), Diego Morales (R),
Destiny Wells (D)


Daniel Elliott (R), Jessica McClellan (D)


ZeNai Brooks (D), Tera Klutz (iR),
John Schick  (L)

Indiana Court of Appeals

  • 1st District Judge Leanna Weissmann is standing for a retention election
  • 3rd District Judge Paul Mathias is standing for a retention election
  • 5th District Judge Nancy Vaidik is standing for a retention election

U.S. Senate

Tom McDermott (D), James Sceniak (L), Todd Young (iR)

U.S. House of Representatives

  • 1st District - Jennifer-Ruth Green (R), Frank Mrvan (iD)
  • 2nd District - William Henry (L), Paul Steury (D), Rudy Yakym  (R)
  • 3rd district - Jim Banks (iR), Nathan Gotsch (I), Gary Snyder (D)
  • 4th District - Jim Baird (iR), Roger Day (D)
  • 5th District - Jeannine Lee Lake (D), Victoria Spartz (iR)
  • 6th District - Greg Pence (iR), Cynthia Wirth (D)
  • 7th District - André Carson (iD), Angela Grabovsky (R), Gavin Maple (L)
  • 8th District - Larry Bucshon (iR), Andy Horning (L), Ray McCormick (D)
  • 9th District - Matthew Fyfe (D), Erin Houchin (R), Tonya Millis  (L)

There will be a special election in Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District to fill the seat left vacant after U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R) was killed in car accident on Aug. 3.

Understanding your ballot

Looking for more information on how to research the candidates on your ballot? Check out this tip sheet from Indiana Public Broadcasting.

What do you need on Election Day?

Election Day is Nov. 8. You will need to bring a valid form of photo identification, which could include an Indiana driver’s license, a U.S. passport, Indiana State Identification Card, military
ID or some public college student IDs. For more information, read this Election Day guide from Indiana Public Broadcasting.

Early voting began on Oct. 12 at the Indianapolis City-County Building at 200 E. Market St. Additional early voting sites, including one in Pike Township at the Indianapolis Public Library’s Pike Library Branch, open on Oct. 29 and can be found online at vote.indy.gov/early-voting.

On Election Day on Nov. 8, Marion County residents can vote at any of the county’s voting centers, which can be found at https://vote.indy.gov/.

On Election Day, polls are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Watch: Indiana Two-Way 2022 election questions


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