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Eric Berman

Eric Berman has been WIBC and Network Indiana's political reporter and statehouse bureau chief for two decades, and has covered the administrations of six governors. Eric began his radio career at WIOU in Kokomo, and worked at WOWO in Fort Wayne before joining WIBC in 1994. His work has earned numerous awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, the Indiana Broadcasters Association, United Press International, and the Associated Press, including the AP's Indiana Reporter of the Year award. He has been cited by Howey Politics Indiana as one of Indiana's most trusted political reporters. Eric was a semifinalist in the "Jeopardy!" Tournament of Champions in 1987, and has co-authored five trivia books with Lou Harry, including "Biggest Trivia Book Ever -- and That's a Fact!"

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Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are pouring resources into Indiana to win next week's primary -- and some independent groups are trying to tip the balance. The conservative Club for Growth made a seven-figure ad buy to help Cruz against Trump, and now the anti-Trump "Our Principles...
Bernie Sanders has brought his call for a "political revolution" to Indiana. In his first Indiana stop of the campaign, Sanders made the case to a couple of thousand supporters at Purdue for what he says would be the most progressive agenda in U-S history, including free college...
(WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Bill Clinton is in Indianapolis, taking gentle aim at Bernie Sanders -- and more pointedly at Donald Trump. The former president revved up more than a thousand Hillary Clinton supporters jammed into her Indianapolis campaign office. Bill Clinton...
The deal between Ted Cruz and John Kasich to give Cruz a head-to-head matchup in Indiana comes too late to sway several thousand votes. Early and absentee voting in Indiana began three weeks ago, and up to 64,000 Republican votes may have been cast already. Whether those early...
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz at a campaign stop in Greenwood. (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) Ted Cruz spent the first day of his nonaggression pact with John Kasich barnstorming Indiana's Ninth District. Cruz stopped for ice cream in Columbus and pizza in Greenwood...
Indiana's Republican Senate primary offers a choice between two approaches to the job. Super PACs have reinforced the image of Congressman Todd Young (R-9th) as the establishment candidate and Congressman Marlin Stutzman (R-3rd) as the outsider. Young says he's found ways to...
About 2,500 people turned out to hear Donald Trump kick off the two-week sprint to Indiana's presidential primary. Three state representatives, Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry, and former Congressman Brian Kerns were among those turning out to trumpet their support. Most of the rest...
Democrats are replaying 1980. Republicans are replaying 1880. 1980 saw President Jimmy Carter seeking reelection against a primary challenge from the Senate’s leading liberal voice, Ted Kennedy. Carter swept the early primaries and built an insurmountable delegate lead. But...
Ted Cruz is the first presidential candidate to announce an Indiana appearance ahead of next month's primary. The Texas senator will appear Thursday at Indiana Republicans' annual spring dinner in Indianapolis. State Chairman Jeff Cardwell says Donald Trump and John Kasich have...