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Indianapolis City-City County Stephen Clay wants to be Council President, and even though Maggie Lewis has that job, Clay is working to take it from her. Click Here For More
A long-time fixture in Indiana politics says he’s looking at getting back in the game and possibly running for the U.S. Senate in the Republican primary. Click Here for More Photo; Indy Politics
The two Democratic candidates who were planning to take on Republican Susan Brooks next year have both dropped out of the race. Mike Hartley and Susan Kindig are both suspending their campaigns for the 5th Congressional District. On his Facebook page, Hartley said he was...
Since we are now six months away from the May primary and a year away from the general election, I thought it might be a good idea to take a look at the U.S. Senate race. I’ve spent the past few weeks talking to various sources around the state to get a feel for where things...
This year’s annual Ball State University survey of Hoosier attitudes shows solid support for Sunday retail alcohol sales, a hate crimes statute and repealing and replacing the Affordable Act Act. Ball State Thursday released the survey of 600 Hoosiers. It had a margin of error...
Here’s reaction to Governor Eric Holcomb’s 2018 legislative agenda. Senate President Pro Tem David Long “I applaud the governor for bringing an aggressive and well-thought-out agenda to the table. The Senate continues to believe that workforce development is a critical issue for...
This may sound strange, but I agree with many Aaron Bailey supporters that he did not have to die at the hands to two IMPD officers. I say that because after reading St. Joseph County special prosecutor Kenneth Cotter’s report , I am convinced that the person most responsible...
In the wake of the decision by the special prosecutor to not file charges in the Aaron Bailey police action shooting, I thought it might be noteworthy to publish some of the data regarding such incidents.* Here’s what I found, overall... There have been nearly 800 police action...
A new Morning Consult poll released this morning has Governor Eric Holcomb with a 53 percent approval rating, meaning U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly and Todd Young are under 50 percent. Click Here for More Photo: Abdul/Indy Politics