Below are the 685 cities in Indiana ordered by population from 1 to 613 (there are some ties). Ballotpedia provides comprehensive coverage of elections in the 100 largest cities in the United States by population and the largest counties that overlap those cities. This covers all municipal, county, judicial, school district and special district offices that appear on the ballot within those cities. Marion County operates under a consolidated government with Indianapolis.
Ballotpedia did not cover any local elections in Indiana that year. There are no local government units in Indiana that offer an initiative process. Most Indiana cities are designated as third-class and have a city council and a secretary-treasurer as part of their government. Unless otherwise indicated, all cities are third-class cities with a seven-member city council and an elected secretary-treasurer.
There are also second-class cities that have a population of more than 35,000 inhabitants, but no more than 600,000, which have a town hall and a secretary. In the US, the local governments of this state consist of 91 counties, 1571 cities, towns and villages, and 687 special districts.