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Commentary: Top 10 state stories of 2012

By Abdul Hakim-Shabazz IndyPolitics.org As tradition dictates, it’s time for me to do my top 10 list of Indiana political stories for the year.  The criteria are the same as always, magnitude and impact. Yes, it’s pretty subjective, but I think you will agree with it overall.  So with that said, here we go, in reverse […]

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Commentary: Richard Mourdock needs to look in mirror – not to media – for blame

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Richard Mourdock has found someone to blame for his loss in Indiana’s U.S. Senate race. The “liberal” media. Mourdock’s finance director, Ashlee Walls, made that clear in an email she sent to donors in the hopes that they would help erase the Republican candidate’s campaign debt. Part of the […]

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Commentary: Politicians should take note of Mitch Daniels’ authentic apology

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Even as his tenure as Indiana’s governor winds down, Gov. Mitch Daniels finds ways to surprise people – and in a good way. A few days ago, Daniels accomplished a feat that is rare in modern politics. He apologized for something he’d said. And he did it the right […]

Donnelly wins Indiana Senate seat over Mourdock

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Donnelly wins Indiana Senate seat over Mourdock

By Samm Quinn TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Democrat Joe Donnelly won Indiana’s hotly contested Senate seat over Republican Richard Mourdock on Tuesday, bringing the office back to the Democrats after 36 years. Donnelly took the stage at a Republican victory celebration in Indianapolis at 10 p.m. Tuesday to declare victory and told supporters, “I’m the hired […]

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Mourdock, Donnelly travel the state on eve of election

By Lesley Weidenbener TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – “Hey, it’s Richard Mourdock,” Mark Heirbrandt of Westfield said, popping up a little from his breakfast Monday morning as the doors opened at the First Watch café at Keystone at the Crossing in Indianapolis. The Republican candidate for Senate headed over to Heirbrandt’s booth with his hand outstretched. Mourdock […]

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Commentary: What to make of the Senate race polls

By Abdul Hakim-Shabazz IndyPolitics.org  With the slew of recent polls in the race for the U.S. Senate here in Indiana, I thought it was time to put them all in perspective as we go into Election Day. First, here is a summary of the most recent polls since the debate. Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee: Democrat […]

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Tuesday’s election decides many offices

By Tim Grimes TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Tuesday, Hoosiers will decide who they want to be president, governor and U.S. senator, among many offices on the ballot. What you need to know Voting hours: The polls are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time. Voters in line at 6 p.m. are allowed to vote. […]

Commentary: The cost of not trusting women

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Commentary: The cost of not trusting women

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com GREENWOOD, Ind. – Shelli Yoder, Democratic candidate for Indiana’s 9th District congressional seat, sips an iced tea while people all around her drink beer. She’s at the Oaken Barrel, a brewpub in this suburb of Indianapolis. It’s late afternoon. She’s spent all day campaigning in the northern part of the district […]

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Howey/DePauw poll finds Donnelly up big over Mourdock while gap closes in governor’s race

Survey also finds superintendent race may be close Staff report TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Democrat Joe Donnelly has opened a double-digit lead over Republican Richard Mourdock in the Indiana Senate contest – in part due to female voters, according to a poll released Friday. The Howey/DePauw Indiana Battleground Poll – the first independent survey to be […]

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Commentary: Out of the mouth of Mourdock

By Abdul Hakim-Shabazz IndyPolitics.org  In addition to being a brilliant political columnist with a great sense of humor and some good looks to go with it, I am also a speech instructor at Ivy Tech Community College. I’ve been there for nearly nine years and one of the things I tell my students on day […]