Indiana state executive official elections, 2012

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Four state executive positions were up for election in 2012 in the state of Indiana.

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Governor/Lt. Governor

See also: Indiana gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2012

Democratic Party John Gregg / Vi Simpson
Republican Party Mike Pence / Sue Ellspermann Green check mark transparent.png
Libertarian Party Rupert Boneham / Brad Klopfenstein
Independent Donnie Harold Harris / George Fish

Governor/Lieutenant Governor of Indiana General Election, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic John Gregg / Vi Simpson 46.6% 1,200,016
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngMike Pence / Sue Ellspermann 49.5% 1,275,424
     Libertarian Rupert Boneham / Brad Klopfenstein 4% 101,868
     Independent Donnie Harold Harris / George Fish 0% 21
Total Votes 2,577,329
Election Results via Indiana Secretary of State.

Attorney General

See also: Indiana attorney general election, 2012

Republican Party Greg Zoeller (incumbent) Green check mark transparent.png
Democratic Party Kay Fleming

Attorney General of Indiana General Election, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngGreg Zoeller Incumbent 58% 1,453,334
     Democratic Kay Fleming 42% 1,051,504
Total Votes 2,504,838
Election Results via Indiana Secretary of State.

Superintendent of Public Instruction

See also: Indiana down ballot state executive elections, 2012

Republican Party Tony Bennett (incumbent)
Democratic Party Glenda Ritz Green check mark transparent.png

Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction General Election, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngGlenda Ritz 52.8% 1,332,755
     Republican Tony Bennett Incumbent 47.2% 1,190,716
Total Votes 2,523,471
Election Results via Indiana Secretary of State.

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In Indiana, the two major parties conduct state conventions to nominate candidates for lieutenant governor, attorney general and superintendent of public instruction.[1] The Republican Party state convention took place June 9 and the Democratic Party state convention was on June 16.

Governor/Lt. Governor

See also: Indiana gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2012

In Indiana, the two major parties conduct state conventions to nominate candidates for lieutenant governor.[1] The governor and lieutenant governor are elected on a single ticket in the general election.

Democratic PartyMay 8 Democratic primary candidates:
Republican PartyMay 8 Republican primary candidates:
Libertarian PartyLibertarian candidate:
  • Write-in candidate:

Attorney General

See also: Indiana attorney general election, 2012

In Indiana, the two major parties conduct state conventions to nominate candidates for attorney general.[1]

Democratic PartyDemocratic candidates:
Republican PartyRepublican candidates:

Superintendent of Public Instruction

See also: Indiana down ballot state executive elections, 2012

In Indiana, the two major parties conduct state conventions to nominate candidates for superintendent of public instruction.[1]

Democratic PartyDemocratic candidates:
Republican PartyRepublican candidates:


Deadline Event
Feb 10 Candidate filing deadline for major parties
April 9 Voter registration ends
May 8 Primary election
May 22 Voter registration begins
June 9 Republican Party State Convention
June 16 Democratic Party State Convention
July 2 Candidate filing deadline for third parties
Oct 9 Voter registration ends
Nov 6 General election

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Indiana

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