We want to give a big congratulations to the winners of the 2023 election in Fishers, Indiana. The unofficial results are in and the people with the most votes appear to be the following. A few of these counts are relatively close, so there is a chance they could still change, but that is unlikely.
- The position of Mayor was uncontested, so Mayor Scott Fadness will continue forward.
- In the area of City Clerk, Jennifer Kehl gathered 54% of the votes.
- In the city council NW District, Selina Stoller continues in the position with just under 52% of the votes.
- In the city council NC District, John DeLucia replaces Crystal Neumann. Mr. DeLucia received just under 51% of the votes in a very tight race separated by about 52 votes.
- In the city council SC district, John Weingardt continues the role. With 57.5% of the votes, he had the largest margin for a win.
- In the city council SW District, Bill Stuart, the only Democrat to win, won with just under 51% of the votes replacing incumbent David Giffel.
- In the city council NE District, Brad DeReamer continues the role with the second largest lead of 57.4% of the votes.
- In the city council SE District, Pete Peterson continues in the role. He ran uncontested.
- The area that received the most attention during campaigning was the city council At-Large positions. Cecilia Coble and Todd Zimmerman continue their positions having gained the largest number of votes. Tiffanie Ditlevson replaces Jocelyn Vare for the third position.
Overall, the three positions have shifted to new people leaving a majority of the previous city council in place.
Congratulations to each of the winners. We look forward to you serving the entire Fishers community for the next several years. We’d also like to thank all of the candidates for their willingness to step up and run for a role in public service.
Also on the ballot was the HSE School replacement referendum. This was a renewal at a lower rate of .1995 for the next eight years. This passed with a substantial margin.