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Over at my political website, IndyPolitics.Org , we've been taking a reader survey of Indiana's political climate and our latest Indy Politics “Political Pulse” informal survey showed about of a third of those voting in the U.S. Senate race are either undecided or wish they had...
When it comes to their approval ratings, a new Morning Consult poll puts both of Indiana’s U.S. Senator under 50 percent. Democrat Joe Donnelly, who faces a tough re-election bid, has a 42 percent approval rating and his disapproval rating is 32 percent. 26 percent say they...
Although Indianapolis city officials have publicly said a property tax increase will not be needed to pay for the new criminal justice center, a Request for Proposal regarding the project shows the door is being left open to raising local option income taxes to help cover the...
As the May primary season gets into high gear, I’ve decided to scribble down a few things that candidates should try to follow. It will make their lives a lot easier, but more importantly, it will do the same for the voter. I decided to limit it only to ten items, but I could...
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...