Virginia-based Term Limits America PAC is backing two-term state Treasurer Richard Mourdock in his challenge to six-term Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., in the May 8 GOP primary.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Senate President Pro Tempore David Long, R-Fort Wayne, announced changes Monday to the Senate Republican leadership team.
Kevin Boyd, who seeks the Democratic nomination for Congress in Indiana's 3rd District, has announced he will make a series of public campaign appearances throughout the district.
The American Conservative Union's political action committee has endorsed Richard Mourdock in his bid to unseat Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., in the May 8 Republican primary election.
The Senate campaign for Rep. Joe Donnelly, D-2nd, announced Thursday the formation of Gun Owners for Donnelly.
Supertintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett took an (unnecessary?) swipe at the media Thursday who attended a ceremony awarding 28 school districts more than $6 million in grants to reward effective teachers.
Indiana Republican Party officials are apparently miffed at U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock.
"Governor Daniels shares my background in business, and he has used the principles of the private sector in government."
The latest campaign finance reports show GOP U.S. Rep. Mike Pence with a massive money lead over Democrat John Gregg in the 2012 governor's race.
Two Indiana business advocacy groups announced Thursday they have endorsed Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., in his re-election bid.
The 1992 Miss Indiana from Shipshewana is competing in another pageant this year -- and this time, she's vying for votes with guys.
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Chris Cillizza's The Fix puts only New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, and Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie higher.
Indiana Democratic Party leaders are campaigning hard against Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., believing he will be tougher to defeat in November than his foe in the Republican primary election, state Treasurer Richard Mourdock.
It seems Democrat gubernatorial candidate John Gregg is a little more concerned about the right-to-work legislation passed earlier this year than he let on at first.