VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - We have more information out of Vigo County.
As we started reporting on Tuesday, results out of Vigo County are being released slowly.
Election officials halted the count in the early morning hours of Wednesday.
The clerk's office has said all of the ballots will be locked and sealed by a Republican and a Democrat. Two sheriff's deputies will guard them overnight.
In Vigo County, the count of the vote resumed at 8:00 Wednesday morning. Here's a look at the latest numbers.
Bellwether Status and the president
We know eyes are on Vigo County due to its status as a bellwether county. Voters have an overwhelming tradition of voting for the presidential candidate who wins the election.
With a little more than half of the vote centers reporting, Trump is ahead by 10 percent in Vigo County.
Vigo County Commissioner races
In the race for Vigo County Commissioner District 2, Republican Chris Switzer is running against Democrat Pat Goodwin. With 54 percent of the votes in, Switzer is leading Goodwin with 53 percent of the vote.
In the race for Commissioner District 3, Republican Mike Morris is up against Democrat Jeff Fisher. Again, with 54 percent of the votes counted, Morris is leading Fisher with 55 percent of the vote.
Vigo County Council
We will see at least two new members on the Vigo County Council. The county's three at-large seats are up for grabs.
There are six candidates on the ballot. Three Republican and three Democrats.
At this Aaron Loudermilk, Don Morris, and Marie Theisz are leading.
Vigo County Clerk
We are closely following the Vigo County Clerk's race. It's come with some back and forth between the candidates.
Currently, Brad Newman holds the office. His opponent, Todd Nation, has held a city council position since 2004. Right now, Newman is leading Nation with 56 percent of the votes.
Vigo County Coroner
In 2021, a two-person legacy will end in the Vigo County Coroner's Office. For the last 32 years, Doctors Roland Kohr and Susan Amos have held this office.
Dr. Janie Myers won a hotly contested Democratic primary.
Current Terre Haute Police Department Sergeant Ted Lemke won the Republican nomination.
Right now, Dr. Myers is ahead with 51 percent of the votes.