The deadline to get on the ballot for the Indiana presidential primary election is today at noon, but most of the major candidates have already applied.
State GOP Chairman Eric Holcomb and Representatives Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young began defining themselves for their audience.
Straight ticket allows voting for all members of one party with a single box on a ballot. A group of lawmakers is trying to end the practice for a second year.
The ceremony was held at the Bloomington City Council Chambers, where there was standing room only.
Indiana’s Democratic Party Chairman John Zody's formal inquiry centered on one of Pence’s staff members.
Carson told the standing-room-only crowd that a president can consult experts on topics he is unfamiliar with, like international relations.
What’s behind Indiana’s low voter turnout, the spike in deaths from Henry County's rare form of brain cancer and badges making their way into the classroom.
While the turnout is a slight increase from four years ago, it's much lower than in other communities throughout the state.
Republican Jim Lienhoop has been elected Mayor of Columbus, Ind.
Conservative talk radio host, and Bloomington native, Jim Pfaff is the latest candidate to throw his hat in the race for Indiana’s 9th Congressional District.