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A voter in Bloomington

Lawmakers supported the bill last month that requires officials to count absentee ballots "marked and forwarded" by voters who then die before Election Day.

Secretary of State Connie Lawson, Greg Pence, and his wife, Denise.

Greg Pence is officially running for the 6th District Congressional seat, the same position his brother Vice President Mike Pence once held.

Maj. Gen. Rick Stevens (pictured right)

A retired Army general is being blocked from entering a southern Indiana congressional race by a county Democratic official.

Hoosier Women Forward Board Chair Liane Hulka speaks to a crowd at the Indiana Statehouse.

The initiative is called Hoosier Women Forward, a nine-month long leadership training program that will work with 20 to 25 Indiana Democratic women each year.

Democrat Jim Harper announces his candidacy for Secretary of State in a video.

It’s been nearly three decades since Hoosiers elected a Democrat as Secretary of State.

Rep. Luke Messer (R-Shelbyville) speaks to the crowd of state party activists before the straw poll vote.

Messer secured 45 percent of the vote to fellow Congressman Todd Rokita’s 25 percent, while former state representative Mike Braun won 11 percent.

Rep. Todd Rokita represents Indiana's Fourth Congressional District.

Republican Rep. Todd Rokita saw a spike in contributions after he took up legislation to end employee protections for tribal casino workers.

Brendan Kearns in front of a yellow wall

Council member Brendan Kearns says he will focus on communication, economic development and accessibility during his campaign.

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