TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - Hoosiers across the state will be heading to the voting booths Tuesday for the Indiana Primary election. Tippecanoe County is one of several surrounding counties with contested races.
Voters will find that there is no primary in West Lafayette. Only Lafayette will have a primary. Four democratic candidates are running for Lafayette City Council At-Large seats. They are P. Russel Bridges II, Lon Heide, Kevin Klinker and Nancy Nargi.
Only three of the candidates will be chosen to go on to the General Election in November.
No Republicans face opposition.
Eight voting locations will be open across Lafayette.
A special meeting was held this afternoon to change the voting room at the Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds. It will now be held in the swine barn on the west side of the fairgrounds.
An entire list of voting locations can be found here.