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Welcome to Harrison County Indiana!

Harrison County has a wonderfully rich history in the emergence of Indiana as our 19th state and the establishment of Corydon as Indiana's first state capital. Just as the early representatives met under the Constitution Elm in Corydon to draft Indiana's first Constitution, the current members of Harrison County government are working hard to represent the needs and will of the people of Harrison County Indiana. Harrison County provides residents with a progressive business community, active social, civic and religious organizations and a friendly small town feel.

Harrison County's rural location is just 25 minutes from the city center of Louisville, Kentucky, the nation's 16th largest city. The outstanding location and growing economy has made Harrison County one of the Indiana's fastest growing counties in recent years. For business or for pleasure we invite you to explore Harrison County Indiana and see for yourself why our community is an ideal place to live, work and play.

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Economic Growth Region 10 Statistics

Regional and state unemployment rates were little changed in November. Twenty-seven states had unemployment rate decreases from October, 11 states had increases, and 12 states and the District of Columbia had no change, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported. Forty-five states and the District of Columbia had unemployment rate decreases from a year earlier, four states had increases, and one state had no change.

In November, the Midwest had the lowest regional unemployment rate, 4.6 percent, while the West had the highest rate, 5.4 percent. Over the month, no region had a statistically significant unemployment rate change. Significant over-the-year rate decreases occurred in all four regions: the West (-1.0 percentage point), Midwest and Northeast (-0.8 point each), and South (-0.5 point).

Statistical Data Report for November 2015, Released January 2016

Job Postings and Starting Wage report containing 4th Quarter 2015

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2016 Candidate Filing & Voting Information

For Candidates:

Candidate filing opens January 6, 2016 at 8am and closes February 5, 2016 at noon. Candidates must file the CAN-2 and CAN-12 within that period. A CFA-1 may be filed with those or no later than 10 days after the initial filing.

Precinct Committeemen candidates must file the CAN-37.

For Voters: 

Absentee ballot applications may be submitted by mail from 1/1/16 through midnight on 4/25/16. Click here to download an absentee by mail ballot application.

Early voting at the Courthouse begins 4/5/16. (hours to be determined). 

Military & Overseas absentee voters should use form ABS-15 to request an absentee ballot.

Updated Voter Registration form is provided 2016 Voter Registration Form VRG-7