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Here are a few political items from around the state that are more than gossip, but in our opinion, don’t quite rise to the level of news. Happy reading… Todd Rokita is touting a victory in a recent Madison County straw poll. Meanwhile, Luke Messer overwhelmingly won the...
The latest tracking by the 538 website shows the Republican member of Indiana's Congressional delegation most likely to back Donald Trump's agenda is not one currently running for the U.S. Senate. 538 tracks the voting records of members of Congress to see how often a member...
This histrionic outbursts and outrage over the thought of Indiana lawmakers having to go into a special session in mid-May (and subsequent shrieking over lawmaker pay) are not only laughable but once again proves we don’t spend enough money on civics education in this state. As...
This histrionic outbursts and outrage over the thought of Indiana lawmakers having to go into a special session in mid-May (and subsequent shrieking over lawmaker pay) are not only laughable but once again proves we don’t spend enough money on civics education in this state. As...
In politics, a day is like a lifetime, so making predictions can be a little tricky. However, with that said, I think we can all agree that by looking at recent elections across the country that, it’s fair to say that something is coming, it just depends on how prepared Indiana...
The same Axios/Survey Monkey poll which showed incumbent U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly losing 45-51 percent to a generic Republican in November also revealed quite a few other items concerning Hoosiers’ attitudes towards other issues and elected officials; including a majority...
WIBC radio host and Indy Politics editor and publisher Abdul-Hakim Shabazz will moderate the televised Republican U.S. Senate debate on April 30, hosted by the Indiana Debate Commission. The announcement was made Friday. Congressman Luke Messer and former State Representative...
A new poll of the Indiana U.S. Senate Race shows current incumbent Joe Donnelly losing, to an unnamed Republican, if the election were held today. Click Here for More Photo: Abdul
Citing concerns from the public and the business community, the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of School Commissioners voted today to move its operating and capital referenda from May’s primary election to November’s general election. Click Here for More Photo: Abdul/Indy...