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Although he has castigated his opponents for the votes for tax increases in Monday night's U.S. Senate debate, in an August 2015 interview with Indy Politics, Republican Todd Rokita said he supported increasing the federal gas tax to adjust for inflation as a part of a plan to...
As I get ready for Monday night’s Republican U.S. Senate Primary debate, I think we need to clear the air just one more time. As you know, I have been accused by one of the candidates who originally declined to participate in the debate and later changed their mind, that I am a...
So how much do the Republicans running for the U.S. Senate and open Congressional seats have in the bank two weeks before the primary? Well, not only do we have those numbers, but we also have numbers for how they’ve raised overall and spent since 2017 … U.S. Senate Mike Braun...
Sources close to Vice-President Mike Pence says claims by one Republican State Senate candidate that he encouraged her to run against incumbent Jim Merritt are not accurate. Former Colts Cheerleader Crystal LaMotte is challenging Merritt, in SD 31 saying he is not conservative...
The following is a message for Indiana Congressman and U.S. Senate candidate Todd Rokita, regarding the upcoming April 30 U.S. Senate debate. ************************* Dear Todd, Hi, Todd. It’s Abdul. You know, the guy you’ve known for 14 years who covered you when you were...
With today being “4/20”, the day marijuana advocates traditionally push nationwide for legalization, we decided to speak with two sides of the issue, David Phipps of Indiana NORML, a group that supports legalization and Decatur County Prosecutor Nate Harper who has serious...
So who exactly is Nate Altman, and why is the 30-year old tech businessman from Carmel launching an independent bid for the U.S. Senate? Click Here for More Photo: Nate Altman
A new poll puts incumbent Joe Donnelly ahead of his Republican challengers. The Gravis Marketing poll shows Donnelly beats Todd Rokita 50-32. He beats Luke Messer 46-36, 18 percent of voters in both races were undecided. The poll also confirms much of what has been reported in...
Here are my thoughts on Sunday night’s Republican U.S. Senate primary debate hosted by WISH-TV in Indianapolis. At the end of the day, I don’t think anyone did a major goof or hit it out of the park, so despite all the campaigns declaring victory, I think the status quo was...