The two GOP Indiana congressmen running for the Senate say they voted against a $15 billion disaster aid package because it allows too much deficit spending.
A former Indiana lawmaker and state agency head is running for Congress, billing himself as a "conservative business leader."
Rokita is in a competitive GOP primary for the chance to challenge first-term Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly in next year's midterm elections.
Congressman Luke Messer pledges to fight the so-called “Washington establishment,” a similar theme to fellow GOP candidate Todd Rokita.
Congressman Luke Messer says now that his campaign officially gets underway, he’ll focus on substantive issues.
Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Brownsburg) formally joined the Senate race, becoming the sixth GOP candidate trying to unseat incumbent U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.).
Republican Todd Rokita is taking aim at "lobbyists, bureaucrats, politicians and the media" as he prepares to launch his campaign for Senate in Indiana.
Rokita hasn't formally announced he's running for Senate but fellow GOP Rep. Luke Messer announced Wednesday that he's running.
The Indiana Democratic Party says a Congressional vote to repeal and replace Obamacare takes health care away from millions just to fulfill a political promise.
Support for the GOP's federal health care reform bill isn’t universal among Indiana congressional Republicans.