The candidates hoping to win Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat appeared together for one of the last times before next week’s election on Thursday.
The three candidates for US Senate met Monday night in Vincennes for their third and final debate.
The candidates running for Indiana's open U.S. Senate seat will meet again tonight for their second major debate.
Despite a reduction in the momentum the Tea Party has created nationally, Hoosier candidates say the group’s supporters are making an impact on their campaigns.
Democrat Brad Ellsworth, Republican Dan Coates, and Libertarian Rebecca Sink-Burris participated in their first debate Monday on the IUPUI campus.
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Republican candidate Dan Coats held a roundtable discussion with health care professionals at St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis.
Brad Ellsworth's new proposals sound a familiar theme – cut down on the Washington lobbying which the former sheriff has tried to tie to his opponent.
Following Evan Bayh's retirement, the state’s Democratic party is forced to replace the man who’s been its most visible figure for the last two decades.