Indiana Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

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The U.S. state of Indiana has 92 counties. Each county serves as the local level of government within its borders. Although Indiana was organized into the United States since the Northwest Ordinance in 1787, its land was not always available for settlement. Eventually, land was purchased from Native Americans by treaties and Indian removals. The oldest counties are generally in the south near the Ohio River, whereas newer ones were in the north in territory acquired later. The oldest and newest counties in Indiana are Knox County, created in 1790, and Newton County, created in 1859.

Indiana Presidential Election Result By County state district party

County FIPS County Code County seat Established Origin Population Area
Adams County 1 Decatur February 7, 1836 Adams New Purchase 33,625 339 sq mi
Allen County 3 Fort Wayne December 12, 1823 Delaware New Purchase 3,55,329 657 sq mi
Bartholomew County 5 Columbus January 8, 1821 Jackson County and Delaware New Purchases 71,435 407 sq mi
Benton County 7 Fowler February 18, 1840 Jasper County 8,854 406 sq mi
Blackford County 9 Hartford City February 15, 1838 Jay County 14,048 165 sq mi
Boone County 11 Lebanon January 29, 1830 Adams andWabashNew Purchases 56,640 423 sq mi
Brown County 13 Nashville February 3, 1836 Bartholomew County 14,957 312 sq mi
Carroll County 15 Delphi January 17, 1828 Adams andWabashNew Purchases 20,165 372 sq mi
Cass County 17 Logansport December 18, 1828 Non-county Area 40,930 412 sq mi
Clark County 19 Jeffersonville February 3, 1801 Knox County 96,472 373 sq mi
Clay County 21 Brazil February 12, 1825 Owen County 26,556 358 sq mi
Clinton County 23 Frankfort January 29, 1830 Adams and Wabash New Purchases 33,866 405 sq mi
Crawford County 25 English January 29, 1818 Orange County 10,743 306 sq mi
Daviess County 27 Washington February 2, 1818 Knox County 30,820 429 sq mi
Dearborn County 29 Lawrenceburg March 7, 1803 Clark County, IN;Hamilton County, OH 50,047 305 sq mi
Decatur County 31 Greensburg December 12, 1821 Delaware New Purchase 24,555 373 sq mi
DeKalb County 33 Auburn February 7, 1835 Non-county Area 40,285 363 sq mi
Delaware County 35 Muncie January 26, 1827[11] Delaware New Purchase 1,18,769 392 sq mi
Dubois County 37 Jasper December 20, 1817 Perry County 39,674 427 sq mi
Elkhart County 39 Goshen January 29, 1830 Non-county Area 1,82,791 463 sq mi
Fayette County 41 Connersville January 29, 1818 FranklinWayne County and Non-county Area 25,588 215 sq mi
Floyd County 43 New Albany January 2, 1819 Clark andHarrisonCounties 78,823 148 sq mi
Fountain County 45 Covington December 20, 1825 Montgomery County and Wabash New Purchase 17,954 396 sq mi
Franklin County 47 Brookville February 1, 1811 Clark County 22,151 384 sq mi
Fulton County 49 Rochester February 7, 1836 Non-county Area 20,511 368 sq mi
Gibson County 51 Princeton April 1, 1813 Knox County 33,503 487 sq mi
Grant County 53 Marion February 10, 1831 Formed from Madison County, Adams New Purchase and un-organized 70,061 414 sq mi
Greene County 55 Bloomfield January 5, 1821 Sullivan County 32,157 543 sq mi
Hamilton County 57 Noblesville January 8, 1823 Formed from Delaware New Purchase 2,74,569 394 sq mi
Hancock County 59 Greenfield March 1, 1828 Formed from Madison County 70,002 306 sq mi
Harrison County 61 Corydon December 1, 1808 Formed from Clark and Knox County 34,325 485 sq mi
Hendricks County 63 Danville December 20, 1824 Formed from Delaware and Wabash New Purchase 1,45,488 407 sq mi
Henry County 65 New Castle December 31, 1821 Formed from Delaware New Purchase 48,508 392 sq mi
Howard County 67 Kokomo January 15, 1844[12] Formed from un-organized 84,964 293 sq mi
Huntington County 69 Huntington February 2, 1832 Formed from Adams New Purchase and un-organized 38,075 383 sq mi
Jackson County 71 Brownstown January 1, 1816 Formed from Clark, Jefferson and Washington 41,335 509 sq mi
Jasper County 73 Rensselaer February 7, 1835 Formed from Wabash New Purchase 30,043 560 sq mi
Jay County 75 Portland February 7, 1835 Formed from Adams New Purchase 21,806 384 sq mi
Jefferson County 77 Madison November 23, 1810 Formed from Clark, Dearborn and Knox County 31,705 361 sq mi
Jennings County 79 Vernon December 27, 1816 Formed from Jackson and Jefferson Counties 27,554 377 sq mi
Johnson County 81 Franklin December 31, 1823 Formed from Delaware New Purchase 1,39,654 320 sq mi
Knox County 83 Vincennes June 6, 1790 Original County 39,256 516 sq mi
Kosciusko County 85 Warsaw February 7, 1835 Formed from un-organized 74,057 531 sq mi
LaGrange County 87 LaGrange February 2, 1832 Formed from un-organized 34,909 380 sq mi
Lake County 89 Crown Point January 28, 1837 Formed from Newton and Porter Counties 4,96,004 499 sq mi
LaPorte County 91 LaPorte January 29, 1832 Formed from St. Joseph and un-organized 1,11,467 598 sq mi
Lawrence County 93 Bedford January 7, 1818 Formed from Orange 45,922 449 sq mi
Madison County 95 Anderson January 4, 1823 Formed from Delaware New Purchase 1,33,358 452 sq mi
Marion County 97 Indianapolis December 31, 1821 Formed from Delaware New Purchase 9,03,393 396 sq mi
Marshall County 99 Plymouth February 7, 1835 Formed from St. Joseph County 45,128 444 sq mi
Martin County 101 Shoals January 17, 1820 Formed from Daviess and Dubois Counties 10,369 336 sq mi
Miami County 103 Peru January 30, 1833 Formed from Cass County and un-organized 36,082 374 sq mi
Monroe County 105 Bloomington January 14, 1818 Formed from Orange County 1,37,974 395 sq mi
Montgomery County 107 Crawfordsville December 21, 1822 Formed from Wabash New Purchase 37,629 505 sq mi
Morgan County 109 Martinsville December 31, 1822 Formed from Delaware and Wabash New Purchase 68,894 404 sq mi
Newton County 111 Kentland December 8, 1859[13] Formed from Jasper County 14,566 402 sq mi
Noble County 113 Albion February 7, 1835 Formed from un-organized 46,275 411 sq mi
Ohio County 115 Rising Sun January 4, 1844 Formed from Dearborn County 6,128 86 sq mi
Orange County 117 Paoli February 1, 1816 Formed from Gibson, Knox and Washington 19,306 398 sq mi
Owen County 119 Spencer December 21, 1818 Formed from Daviess and Sullivan County 21,786 385 sq mi
Parke County 121 Rockville January 9, 1821 Formed from Vigo County 17,241 445 sq mi
Perry County 123 Tell City November 1, 1814 Formed from Gibson and Warrick Counties 18,899 382 sq mi
Pike County 125 Petersburg December 21, 1816 Formed from Gibson and Perry County 12,837 334 sq mi
Porter County 127 Valparaiso February 7, 1835 Formed from un-organized 1,46,798 418 sq mi
Posey County 129 Mount Vernon November 11, 1814 Gibson CountyWarrick County 27,061 410 sq mi
Pulaski County 131 Winamac February 7, 1835 Formed from un-organized 13,755 434 sq mi
Putnam County 133 Greencastle December 31, 1822 Formed from Owen County and Wabash New Purchase 36,019 481 sq mi
Randolph County 135 Winchester January 10, 1818 Formed from Wayne County 27,401 452 sq mi
Ripley County 137 Versailles December 27, 1816 Formed from Dearborn and Jefferson County 26,523 446 sq mi
Rush County 139 Rushville December 31, 1821 Formed from Delaware New Purchase 18,261 408 sq mi
St. Joseph County 141 South Bend January 29, 1830 Formed from un-organized 2,66,931 458 sq mi
Scott County 143 Scottsburg January 12, 1820 Formed from Clark, Jefferson, Jennings and Washington Counties 22,960 190 sq mi
Shelby County 145 Shelbyville December 31, 1821 Formed from Delaware New Purchase 44,436 411 sq mi
Spencer County 147 Rockport January 10, 1818 Formed from Perry and Warrick Counties 20,391 397 sq mi
Starke County 149 Knox February 7, 1835 Formed from St. Joseph County and un-organized 23,556 309 sq mi
Steuben County 151 Angola February 7, 1837 Formed from un-organized 33,214 309 sq mi
Sullivan County 153 Sullivan December 30, 1816 Formed from Knox 21,751 447 sq mi
Switzerland County 155 Vevay October 1, 1814 Formed from Dearborn and Jefferson County 10,613 221 sq mi
Tippecanoe County 157 Lafayette January 20, 1826 Formed from Wabash New Purchase and un-organized 1,72,780 500 sq mi
Tipton County 159 Tipton January 15, 1844 Formed from Adams New Purchase and un-organized 16,577 261 sq mi
Union County 161 Liberty January 5, 1821 Parts ofFayette,Franklin andWaynecounties 7,516 161 sq mi
Vanderburgh County 163 Evansville January 7, 1818 Gibson,Posey, andWarrickCounties 1,88,922 233 sq mi
Vermillion County 165 Newport January 2, 1824 Formed from Parke County and Wasbash New Purchase 16,788 257 sq mi
Vigo County 167 Terre Haute January 21, 1818 Formed from Sullivan County 1,05,848 403 sq mi
Wabash County 169 Wabash January 30, 1833[14] Formed from Adams New Purchase and un-organized 34,960 412 sq mi
Warren County 171 Williamsport January 19, 1827 Formed from Wabash New Purchase and un-organized 8,508 365 sq mi
Warrick County 173 Boonville April 30, 1813 Gibson andKnoxCounties 60,010 385 sq mi
Washington County 175 Salem December 21, 1813 Clark, Harrison and Knox Counties 27,223 514 sq mi
Wayne County 177 Richmond November 27, 1810 Formed from Clark, Dearborn and Knox 71,097 402 sq mi
Wells County 179 Bluffton February 7, 1837 Formed from Adams New Purchase 27,600 368 sq mi
White County 181 Monticello February 1, 1834 Formed from Wabash New Purchase and un-organized 25,267 505 sq mi
Whitley County 183 Columbia City February 7, 1835 Formed from un-organized 30,707 336 sq mi
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