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The U.S. Attorney says eight prosecutors will be on call Election Day to address voter fraud allegations.
Researchers of Million Dollar List for the Center on Philanthropy at IU say charitable giving fell from $2 billion in 2007 to just $250 million in 2011.
The Monroe County Registration Office will be open until 8 p.m. on Oct. 9, the voter registration deadline.
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Democrat Julie Thomas and Republican Nelson Shaffer expressed differing views on voting procedures and voter ID laws at a candidate forum.
Voting centers allow residents to vote anywhere in the county as opposed to the precinct they live in.
Indiana's voter turnout was much lower than the previous presidential primary four years ago.
Four election staff members have been accused of forging signatures on Democratic ballots in 2008.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate says eliminating the tax would attract businesses to the state.