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In what is becoming a familiar theme, another poll of Indiana’s U.S. Senate race shows a statistical tie between incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly and Republican challenger Mike Braun. Ipsos released new election data in partnership with Reuters and the University of Virginia...
Eleven years ago, I was writing about the Indianapolis mayoral race. At the time, incumbent Bart Peterson was going for a third term, and very few people thought he would lose. He had millions in the bank, his approval ratings were in the 60s (albeit a very soft 60-percent) and...
The 538 blog is predicting that while Republicans have a 2 in 3 chance of keeping control of the U.S. Senate, not much is likely to change here in Indiana. The comprehensive analysis of the U.S. Senate race says incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly has a 7 in 9 chance of retaining...
One of the nice things that I do for a living is correct misinformation. The latest involves the Indiana Toll Road. Governor Eric Holcomb has unveiled a proposal that would increase the tolls paid by truckers by $1 billion over the next three years. Now to the uninformed (either...
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly and his Republican challenger Mike Braun made their respective cases in front of a predominantly African-American and minority audience on Sunday. The African American Coalition of Indianapolis (AACI) have presented what it labelled a “non-partisan...
On this edition of Indiana Issues (Online) , we discuss the latest poll #s in the U.S. Senate race, Donald Trump’s recent visit to Indiana and the Cavanaugh confirmation hearings. Our panel includes Republican Joey Fox, Democrat Kip Tew, Libertarian Brad Klopfenstein, and WIBC...
An average of the last three independent polls in Indiana’s U.S. Senate race gives Democrat Joe Donnelly an edge over his Republican challenger Mike Braun. The latest poll by NBC News/Marist gives Donnelly a six-point lead in a two-way race over Braun, 49-43 among likely voters...
I know there has been a lot of hand-wringing this summer over images, usually on social media, of a black person or other minority, not doing anything out of the ordinary and then a white person calls the cops. It’s called #LivingWhileBlack. We can all cite numerous examples,...
Signs of a nationwide prison strike have shown up in Indiana. According to the Marshall Project, the purpose of the strike, which began on August 21, is to bring attention to what some inmates and activists are calling “inhumane conditions” and “slave labor” in U.S. correctional...