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Two days before Gov. Mitch Daniels was chosen to be the next president of Purdue University, his "Aiming Higher" political action committee wrote two $25,000 checks...Rep. Mike Pence, the Republican nominee to succeed Daniels, and one went to Tony
Rep. Mike Pence outpace his Democratic opponent in the governor's race, former Indiana House Speaker John Gregg, in large contributions over the last three months. The next round of campaign finance reports covering the period from April 1 to June 30
In the military, when there is a transition from one leader to another, the successor works to understand what lessons were learned so he or she can build from them. A former member of the Navy, Indiana Republican Chairman Eric Holcomb said this
Senate nominee Richard Mourdock appeared with a fellow Republican who vouched for the candidate as being from the "mainstream" of the Indiana Republican Party...Rep. Marlin Stutzman. He has never been an extremist," Stutzman said. "He is a mainstream
Chris Tate, Evansville Mourdock flunks test of statesman I understand that one of the roles of a statesman is to bridge the gap between two disparate groups, find common ground between them and work to a solution that is to the benefit of both groups.
Washington may be Hoosier politicians' most lucrative punching bag. A right jab from Republican Mike Pence on efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions fires up his Republican base in Indiana and secures donations of $2,500 per person in Washington.
Supreme Court prepares to rule on the health care law, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has made his position clear: He considers the individual mandate to buy health insurance unconstitutional. In March 2010, Zoeller was one of more than two
After all, Republicans have made clear that they intend to go after the Democratic candidate, U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly, for his votes in favor of health care reform and the federal economic stimulus package. Democrats, meanwhile, intend to portray the
As Democratic loyalists gather here for the party's state convention in a year they hope to retake some of the state offices that Republicans now control completely, what's most unusual about the meeting is where they're holding it a two-hour drive
Lieutenant Gov. Becky Skillman soon will add a new title: Republican National Committee member. She and John Hammond , the Indiana Republican Party's 7th District chairman in Indianapolis, were picked Friday by the state central committee to