Tomorrow, the municipal primaries for the county Dems and county GOP will be held. Normally, on election day, I encourage people to go vote. But this isn't quite an election. It's party business.
On top of it being party business, a good chunk of the nominees are pretty much already determined. Most of the City-County Council districts won't face a primary challenger, and a handful might not even face a challenger in the general election outside of a third party or write-in candidate.
So what will you see tomorrow, if you go to the polls? You can take a sneak peak at a ballot by going to Indiana Voters and type in some information to locate your ballot.
A couple of townships are also having referendums as well. Those are printed on a separate ballot, so if you live in a section of town that is having a referendum, you'll need to ask specifically for that ballot, regardless of if you do or don't partake in a partisan primary election.
Best of luck to all the candidates tomorrow. Then the real fun begins.