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September 26, 2017


Study Committee Hears Testimony On Election Reform

One advocacy group says redistricting reform is key to increasing voter turnout, because gerrymandering results in too many landslide victories.

April 17, 2017


Indiana Counties Purging Inactive Voters From Rolls

The General Assembly adopted the mandatory voter roll purges in 2014.

February 22, 2016


Headlines: Feb, 22, 2016

Restrictions related to the Avian Flu outbreak are lifted, the fight over whether Todd Young can appear on the U.S. Senate primary ballot may not be over.

February 20, 2016


Commission Split, But Todd Young Gets To Stay On The Ballot

The commission voted two to two, meaning Young will remain on the ballot. Its ruling can be appealed in court.

March 30, 2012


Lugar Residency Hearing Today

Marion Circuit Judge Louis Rosenberg will decide whether to reinstate Lugar's right to vote from the address of the Wayne Township home he sold in 1977.

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