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A federal judge hearing a case about alleged voter suppression has ordered county officials in central Indiana to open several locations for voters to cast early ballots for November's general election.

The nonpartisan Indiana Debate Commission says it's now working with incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly, Republican Mike Braun and Libertarian Lucy Brenton to finalize dates for the debates.

As the midterm elections start heating up this year, we sat down with leaders of the Indiana Republican Party and Indiana Democratic Party to talk about the future of the parties.

Both candidates in Indiana’s Senate race say the U.S. should not separate parents from their children at the border. But they don’t agree on who’s to blame for that policy.

Support from Hoosier Republican voters helped Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) in 2012 when he was first elected. Now, he hopes to again garner support from the other side with a new campaign effort.

The Indiana Democratic candidates for statewide office share a common theme: it’s time for an end to one-party rule in Hoosier state government.

The 20 percent turnout is roughly on par with four of the last five midterm elections. And it’s a significant improvement from the last midterm in 2014.

Indiana’s voter roll purge system is on hold after a federal judge temporarily halted it. The judge’s ruling says the state's method to delete voters from its registration lists likely violates federal law.

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