Democrats say Indiana Republicans are putting party over country by refusing to withdraw support for presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Pence said Monday that he believes Trump is sorry for the crude and predatory language about women captured in a 2005 video that became public last week.
Republican Curtis Hill and Democrat Lorenzo Arredondo sat down with us to talk about how they plan to make the job their own.
The personal financial disclosure report filed late Sunday also shows Bayh and his wife have assets roughly worth between $14 million and $48 million.
More Hoosiers are registered already this year than in any election for more than a decade.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hilary Clinton met Sunday night for the second Presidential debate.
In a statement published on his Twitter account, Gov. Mike Pence condemned Trump's words, saying he was offended by them.
This week on Noon Edition, we talk to experts about the election and cyber-security. Join us as we discuss what threats are real and what may just be rumors.
The Indiana State Police investigation is looking into whether fraudulent names or addresses were used in registering voters.
The group has asked the U.S. Department of Justice to look into whether Indiana officials have tried to suppress black votes.