TOWN OF OSGOOD CLERK TREASURER (VOTE for 1)TAMARA (TAMMY) WILHOIT JUDGE of RIPLEY COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT, 80th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (VOTE for 1)RYAN J. KING RIPLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONER – DISTRICT 2 (VOTE for 1)ROBERT GARCIABARRY LAUBERCHRIS SCHMALTZTOM MENCHHOFER UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE – SIXTH DISTRICT (VOTE for 1) RIPLEY COUNTY TREASURER (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE RIPLEY COUNTY 2020 PRIMARY ELECTION DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATESPRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES (VOTE for 1)MICHAEL BENNETTJOE BIDENMICHAEL BLOOMBERGPETE BUTTIGIEGTULSI GABBARDAMY KLOBUCHARBERNIE SANDERSTOM STEYERELIZABETH WARRENANDREW YANG TOWN OF OSGOOD COUNCIL – AT LARGE (VOTE for 1)CHRISTOPHER L. KUHN RIPLEY COUNTY TREASURER (VOTE for 1)LISA VESTALCATHY VOLZ INDIANA STATE SENATOR – DISTRICT 42 (VOTE for 1)JEAN LEISING RIPLEY COUNTY COUNCIL – AT LARGE (VOTE for 3)NO CANDIDATE RIPLEY COUNTY COUNCIL – AT LARGE (VOTE for 3)KATIE BAILEYANDREW DECKERPEGGY A. EHLERSKELLY VOLLET MIKE CAMPBELLGREG PENCE RIPLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONER – 3 (VOTE for 1)ROGER GULLIONJAMES (KENDALL) HANKINSKEITH SCOTT GOVERNOR of the STATE of INDIANA (VOTE for 1)ERIC HOLCOMBBRIAN ROTH RIPLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONER – 3 (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE TOWN OF VERSAILLES COUNCIL – AT LARGE (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE RIPLEY COUNTY RECORDER (VOTE for 1)MARY ANN McCOYKERI (McDONALD) JOHNSONSARA L. PATTERSON UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE – SIXTH DISTRICT (VOTE for 1)GEORGE T. HOLLANDJEANNINE LEE LAKEBARRY WELSH TOWN of HOLTON COUNCIL – AT LARGE (VOTE for 3)PAUL HUGHESAMBER MAYPHYLLIS NIGHBERTANDREW J. STRATTON Ripley County Polling Locations:Adams 1st Precinct-Fire House in MorrisAdams 2nd Precinct- American Legion in SunmanAdams 3rd Precinct-Batesville Middle School New GymnasiumBrown 1st and 2nd Precinct-St Paul Lutheran Church in OleanCenter 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Precinct-Osgood Town HallDelaware 1st Precinct- New Delaware Fire StationFranklin 1st and 2nd Precinct- St. Paul Lutheran Fellowship Hall –Stumpke’s CornerFranklin 3rd Precinct- St. Charles Catholic Church in MilanJackson 1st Precinct- Community Citizens in NapoleonJohnson 1st, 2ns, and 3rd Precinct- Versailles Baptist ChurchLaughery 1st Precinct- Batesville Memorial Public LibraryLaughery Ward 1-Precinct 1 and Ward 2- Precinct 1- Batesville Middle School New GymnasiumLaughery Ward 3-Precinct 1- Batesville Memorial Public Library Otter Creek 1st and 2nd Precinct- Town Hall in HoltonShelby 1st Precinct- Shelby Christian Church, VersaillesWashington 1st Precinct- Elrod Washington Baptist ChurchWashington 2nd Precinct- St. Charles Church in Milan RIPLEY COUNTY RECORDER (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE INDIANA STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 55 (VOTE for 1)CINDY ZIEMKE Candidates:2020 PRIMARY ELECTION REPUBLICAN CANDIDATESPRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES (VOTE for 1)DONALD J. TRUMPBILL WELD INDIANA STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 67 (VOTE for 1)RANDY FRYE RIPLEY COUNTY CLERK (VOTE for 1)GINGER J. BRADFORD TOWN of HOLTON COUNCIL – AT LARGE (VOTE for 3)NO CANDIDATE DELEGATES to STATE CONVENTIONNO CANDIDATE JUDGE of RIPLEY COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT (VOTE for 1)JEFF SHARP DELEGATES to STATE CONVENTIONGINGER J. BRADFORDWILLIAM H. BRADFORDPEGGY A. EHLERSTHELMA A. LAWSDIANE MACEKMARY ANN McCOYJOHN MOTON RIPLEY COUNTY CORONER (VOTE for 1)JASON BAILEY RIPLEY COUNTY CORONER (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE TOWN of HOLTON CLERK TREASURER (VOTE for 1)ANGELA (ANGI) FARRELL TOWN OF OSGOOD CLERK TREASURER (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE TOWN of HOLTON CLERK TREASURER (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE REPUBLICAN PRECINCT COMMITTEEMENCAROL SIEBERT – ADAMS 3ROBERT VESTAL – BROWN 1BRENDA WETZLER – CENTER 1MARY ANN McCOY – CENTER 2WILLIAM WARREN – CENTER 3PAUL C. HARDY – DELAWARELOUIS MARTINI – FRANKLIN 1LINDA C. BAKER – FRANKLIN 2THELMA A. LAWS – FRANKLIN 3CAROL A. EVANS – JOHSON 1GINGER J. BRADFORD – JOHNSON 2MARILYN GAUSMAN – LAUGHERY 1JOHN R. MOTON – LAUGHERY 3-1AMANDA BRUNNER – SHELBYJON M. NICHOLS – WASHINGTON 2 TOWN OF VERSAILLES COUNCIL – AT LARGE (VOTE for 1)ROXANNE MEYER TOWN OF OSGOOD COUNCIL – AT LARGE (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE RIPLEY COUNTY CLERK (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE JUDGE of RIPLEY COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATEJUDGE of RIPLEY COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT, 80th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE RIPLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONER – DISTRICT 2 (VOTE for 1)NO CANDIDATE
“A few years ago he was up and coming and linked with some big clubs, but for whatever reasons things did not quite pan out,” Monk said. “He’s had quite a few changes of manager – sometimes your face fits and sometimes it doesn’t – and maybe managers so far have not drawn things out of him. “This could be the chance to show what he’s got and prove a point to himself and to us. “Technically and physically he’s a very good player and one I feel will suit us, but he’s going to have to come in and earn it. “He needs to get his head down and get up to speed in training, but I know he’s looking forward to trying to test himself in this league.” Monk had been keen to add firepower to his squad with Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony away in January and the start of February at the African Cup of Nations and possibly missing as many as six Swansea games. Bony’s absence would have left Bafetimbi Gomis as the only senior striker in the Swansea squad during that new year period but for the recruitment of Oliveira who, Monk confirmed, could sign on a more permanent basis next summer. Monk also again stressed that Gomis, whose start in the 1-0 win at Hull on Saturday was only his third since his summer move from Lyon, will not be leaving in the January transfer window amid reported interest from Crystal Palace and Newcastle. “When Bony goes, Bafe will be given the chance and it’s his shirt to lose,” Monk said. “Then it’s up to Nelson to earn his chance, not just for now but for the future too. “It’s a good chance for him to prove himself and who knows then what will happen in the future. “If things go well here it’s something we will look at, but I’m not looking that far ahead as right now it’s about him earning the right to be involved with this squad.” Eighth-placed Swansea welcome Aston Villa to the Liberty Stadium on Boxing Day for their only home fixture of the festive period, with Liverpool and QPR to follow. But Monk insists it will be business as usual with the players training on Christmas Day before returning home to their families. “It’s not too much of a problem but is nice to be at home,” Monk said. “We will train in the morning but they are used to that. It’s part of the job but the players are educated about nutrition and will stick to their diets. “They will enjoy it with their families, but they know they have a big game the next day. They are adults and you trust them to do the right things. “We have to approach it like a normal game even though it is this time of the year. It’s a very important game for us, we have stressed that to the players and they have to be ready.” Swansea manager Garry Monk believes Nelson Oliveira will suit the club’s style of play after handing the Portugal striker the chance to spark his career. Press Association The 14-times capped Oliveira played for Portugal at Euro 2012 but he has made only one appearance for Benfica this term and after loan spells at Deportivo La Coruna in Spain and French club Rennes in the last two years he will join Swansea on January 1 until the end of the season. Yet only two years ago the 23-year-old Oliveira was being linked with a £24million move to Manchester United while Chelsea and Manchester City both reportedly made repeated checks on a player who has represented his country at every age grade from Under-16s to senior level.