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Indiana’s largest law enforcement officers organization endorsed Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) Monday in the state's pivotal U.S. Senate race.

A new report co-authored by IU Presdient Michael McRobbie says states need to replace voting machines that can’t be independently audited – meaning, essentially, they don’t use paper ballots.

More than 400 tickets were made available for the Oct. 8 event, which will be held on the campus of Purdue University Northwest

It’s the first time the influential business organization hasn’t backed a Senate candidate since its endorsements began about ten years ago.

Johnson County residents voiced their concerns with the current state of health care at a candidate and community forum Monday night.

Indiana's top elections official is planning to use more than $7.5 million in federal funding on improving the state's election security but won't upgrade its voting machines.

One of the chief suppliers for a line of trademarked auto parts sold by Indiana Senate candidate Mike Braun laid off more than 200 American workers and shipped their jobs to Asia.

The Indiana Democratic Party Wednesday filed an ethics complaint against Republican Senate candidate Mike Braun – days after Republicans filed one against U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.), Braun's opponent.

Schools could have another option to fund safety measures if a state lawmaker gets his way, by creating a new avenue for schools to seek support from their local taxpayers.

New ads from the Indiana Secretary of State’s office seek to reassure Hoosiers about election security. The campaign emphasizes the power of the vote, what the ads call the “great equalizer.”

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