Leadership Opportunities & Election Info

Help us grow Indiana’s corn industry

Absentee ballots are now available for voting in the 2020 ICMC Board of Directors election at the links below. The last day to download or request a ballot is August 5, and all ballots must be received by August 7, 2020.

For corn farmers living in LaGrange, Stueben, Noble, DeKalb, Whitley, Allen, Huntington, Wells or Adams counties please use the District 3 Ballot:  LINK TO BALLOT

For corn farmers living in Blackford, Jay, Randolph, Delaware, Henry, Wayne, Fayette, or Union counties please use the District 6 ballot:  LINK to BALLOT

For corn farmers living in Franklin, Ripley, Dearborn, Jennings, Ohio, Switzerland, Jefferson, Scott, or Clark counties, please use the District 9 ballot: LINK to BALLOT

For corn farmers living in counties not listed above, please use the At Large Ballot: LINK to BALLOT

Absentee ballots can also be requested by calling 317-644-2791.

In-person voting will occur at County Extension Offices August 10-14, 2020.  PLEASE NOTE: Due to Covid-19, some extension offices may not be open for the public. For this reason, we are asking that farmers submit absentee ballots by August 7 if this is the case in your county.


Your leadership can help carry the Indiana corn industry forward and benefit your fellow farmers. The 17-member, peer-elected board of directors oversees the use of checkoff funds for the Indiana Corn Marketing Council (ICMC).

Director Petitions for the next election will be available again March 2021. Three-year board seats are up for election in districts 2, 5 and 8. At-large board seats are also up for election.

Below are seats up for election in 2021. District 2- One seat up for election District 5- One seat up for election District 8- One seat up for election At Large- Two seats up for election

Interested in serving on the ICMC board? Petition forms will be available in March 2021.

District 2 Petition Coming Soon

District 5 Coming Soon

District 8 Petition Coming Soon

At-large Petition Coming Soon!

At-large seats represent the entire state of Indiana and a farmer from any district can run for at-large seats.

All candidates must be:

· A registered voter within the State of Indiana

· At least 18 years of age

· Currently engaged in the business of producing and marketing corn in Indiana under their own name or the name of an entity in which they have ownership

· A resident of the district that they seek to represent

· A producer of corn and who has paid an assessment on corn within the previous two years

 To learn more about serving as an ICMC director, call the ICMC office at (317) 644-2791.