2019 City Elections

From the first filings in January to Election Day in November, the news team at WNIN is working hard to bring you the stories you care about.

In At-Large Primary Races, More Winners Than Losers

May 8, 2019
Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

In November, three Republicans and three Democrats will compete for three at-large seats on Evansville's city council.

Each party fielded a slightly larger slate of candidates, which voters had to trim down Tuesday.

Winnecke Defeats Whitman By Large Margin

May 8, 2019
Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

Incumbent Evansville mayor Lloyd Winnecke eased past challenger Connie Whitman in Tuesday’s Republican primary.

Winnecke won a whopping 88 percent of the more than 2,200 GOP ballots cast.

Mosby Wins Over Taylor In 2nd Ward City Council Race

May 8, 2019
Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

Incumbent second ward city councilwoman Missy Mosby will move on to the general election after defeating primary challenger D'Angelo Taylor. Mosby received 53.5 percent of the vote.

Evansville's Primary Candidates Go On The Record

Apr 29, 2019
Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

Early voting has already started and the primaries are only a week away. WNIN sat down with candidates running in a contested primary for an Evansville office. All 13 of them. 

2019 Primary Candidates: Alex Schmitt

Apr 28, 2019
Friends of Alex Schmitt

Alex Schmitt is one of four Republicans running in the primary for Evansville city council's three at-large seats.

In his interview, he talks about one of his top priorities, updating the city's ordinances.

The top three candidates in the Republican primary will advance to the general election. You can listen to our interviews with the other candidates by clicking on their names below: