Indian River County Commission Chairwoman Susan Adams topped the list of several countywide officials who won re-election without opposition, according to the supervisor of elections website.
Adams automatically won a second four-year term in Commission District 1 after no other candidate qualified for the ballot by the deadline at noon, Friday. Also winning re-election without opposition were Property Appraiser Wesley Davis, Supervisor of Elections Leslie Swan and Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller Jeffrey Smith.
Candidates who won re-election to the county’s hospital district seats without opposition were Tracey Zudans, Karen Deigl, and Michael Weiss. Robert J. “Bobby” Lindsey Sr. also won without opposition to a seat on the soil and water conservation district.
Here are the candidates running opposed:
Indian River County Sheriff
- Deborah Cooney
- Eric Flowers
- Charles Kirby
- Richard Rosell
- Keith Touchberry
Indian River County Tax Collector
- Brenda Bradley
- Carole Jean Jordan
Board of County Commissioners District 3
- Joseph Earman
- Tim Zorc
Board of County Commissioners District 5
- Bob Auwaerter
- Stephen Boyle
- Laura Moss
Indian River County School Board District 3
- Peggy Jones
- Laura Zorc
Indian River County School Board District 5
- Brian Barefoot
- Alla Kramer
Indian River County Hospital District Seat 3
- Barbara Bodnar
- James W. Large
Indian River County Soil & Water Conservation District Seat 2
- David Gunter
- Christopher Roberts
Indian River County Mosquito Control District Seat 1
- Jeffrey Andros
- Janice Broda
- Craig Maccoy
Indian River County Mosquito Control District Seat 3
- Matthew Erpenbeck
- Vada Mossavat
- Louis (Buck) Vocelle Jr.
- Primary election, Aug. 18, polls open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Early voting from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m, Aug. 8 – 15. Voters must register by July 20.
- General election, Nov. 3, polls open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Early voting from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m, Oct. 19- 31. Voters must register by Oct. 5.