The three gubernatorial candidates face off Wednesday for the first of three debates before the November election.
GOP incumbent Tony Bennett will debate Democratic challenger Glenda Ritz on October 24 at Wabash College’s Ball Theater.
Currently, no debates between the two are scheduled, but Bennett's campaign says it is looking at the calendar to see if any might be.
Hoosiers For A Commonsense Health Plan hosted a debate Wednesday for 9th District Democratic candidates.
WFIU will be live streaming the Lugar-Mourdock debate on Wednesday, April 11 at 7 p.m.
Many Indiana organizations are being told they must offer contraceptives as a part of their health plan because of a federal mandate.
Confusion over which Democrat was to offer the next amendment may have halted the process.
Many of the amendments filed were not heard during Monday's discussion.
Indiana University was passed over for a presidential debate. Some speculate it was because of timing, transportation or other logistical issues.
Candidates debated how the City of Bloomington will allocate its budget for the next four years.