Decision 2022: Vanderburgh Co. Prosecutor and Sheriff race
VANDERBURGH CO., Ind. (WFIE) - The ballots counters are preparing for long and eventful evening in the race for Vanderburgh County Prosecutor.
It’s expected to be a competitive race with Diana Moers representing the Republicans, who beat the incumbent, Nick Hermann, in the Primary, and Jon Schaefer representing the Democrats.
Democrat Noah Robinson and Republican Jeff Hales are facing off in the race for Vanderburgh County Sheriff.
Both candidates say they know there is work to be done with drug overdoses and gun violence in the county, without taking guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens.
Current sheriff Dave Wedding reached his term limit, so now the seat is up for grabs between Robinson and Hales.
Robinson is currently with the sheriff’s office, while Hales has worked for both the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office and Evansville Police Department.
Mitch Carter spoke to the Republican nominees for Vanderburgh Sheriff and Prosecutor.
We caught up with Jordan Yaney atthe Democrat headquarters for Vanderburgh Sheriff and Prosecutor.
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