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By Zach Osowski The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain finished first in a new poll asking Indianapolis voters who they would choose in the Republican primary. But the survey was taken just as news broke that two women received a settlement from Cain after accusations of sexual harassment 12 years ago. […]
By Lauren Casey The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard led his Democratic challenger Melina Kennedy by double-digits roughly one week before Tuesday’s election. Ballard topped Kennedy 44 percent to 33 percent in a WISH-TV/Franklin College poll. The Libertarian candidate, Chris Bowen, had 2 percent of the vote in the poll. About 400 […]
By Daniel C. Vock Stateline.org Staff Writer Public employee unions spent most of 2011 suffering setback after setback in negotiating sessions, at state capitols and at the polls. But surveys suggest the labor movement is on the verge of a big win in Ohio next week. If it materializes, it could resonate in other states […]
Rupert Boneham announced Friday that he intends to seek to Libertarian Party nomination for the Indiana governor’s seat in 2012.
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan told reporters Friday night that he will not be picking a favorite among the Republicans seeking the party’s nomination in the 2012 presidential election.
Indiana’s first lady said Thursday that being a vice presidential nominee never “would’ve been an option” to her husband, Gov. Mitch Daniels.
One year after Republicans swept most of Indiana’s major state and local elections, Democrats are seeking retribution in this fall’s mayoral races – and the outcome could be a signal of the political landscape for 2012.
The Republican presidential hopefuls have raised more than $400,000 from Hoosiers so far in the 2012 election cycle, while President Barack Obama – the Democrat incumbent – has raised just under $300,000 from Indiana residents.
A federal court has ruled that Indiana can’t enforce a state ban on most political calls that use automated dialers and recorded messages, despite an earlier Indiana Supreme Court decision that upheld the law.
GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney told a crowd of more than 300 Republicans Friday that business principles, budget cuts and the line item veto would help him turn around a national economy that he said President Barack Obama has failed to fix.