This week on Noon Edition, our panelists will discuss potential solutions for redistricting reform, as well as some of the recent failed efforts in Indiana.
We’ll talk with elections officials and political analysts about voter turnout for the Presidential election and its impact on Indiana's Senate race.
We’ll talk with our panelists about whether Indiana’s policy deters voters or whether it prevents fraud.
This week on Noon Edition, we devoted the program to previewing the upcoming primary election.
This week on Noon Edition, Indiana University Political Science Professors Dr. Edward Carmines and Dr. Marjorie Hershey will help listeners sort through the ins and outs of the US election process – the accuracy of polls, the role of the media, the structure of campaigns and more.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we’ll welcome Gretchen Clearwater. She’s campaigning to become the first woman to hold the 9th District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we discuss local elections with journalists from around the WFIU listening area. John Harmon from “The Columbus Republic” and Mark Bennett from the Terre Haute “Tribune-Star” join Herald-Times editor Bob Zaltsberg for a look at the local issues.
This week on “Noon Edition,” Bloomington mayoral candidates Mark Kruzan and David Sabbagh debate the issues as the election nears.
The 2006 election is just a few days away. This week on “Noon Edition,” Indiana University Political Science Professor Marjorie Hershey joins Herald-Times editor Bob Zaltsberg and co-host Mary Catherine Carmichael for a last-minute look at some of the more interesting campaigns and issues.
As we approach the primary elections and the beginning of the 2006 campaign season, “Noon Edition” takes a few minutes to consider the issues and trends that may develop in the coming months. Our guest will be Indiana University Political Science Professor Marjorie Hershey.