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State court judges may be least known candidates on the ballot
Most voters may not know a state Supreme Court justice up for retention election next Tuesday wrote the opinion in a landmark ruling that cleared the way for the maker of some “copycat” toy machine guns to be criminally prosecuted.
Budget is concern to some candidates
Five Cass County residents – three Republicans and two Democrats – are vying for three vacant Cass County Council seats in next week's election.
Two candidates vie for Circuit Court position
In the race for Circuit Court judge, incumbent Leo Burns, a Democrat, is focusing on education and programming while Douglas Cox, a former judge and the Republican candidate, is turning to the workings of the court system.
Last debate has sparks, no KO blows
Democrat John Gregg came out swinging in the third and final gubernatorial debate Thursday, in what might have been his last, best chance to further narrow the race.
Sailors faces Banter in District 2 commissioner race
Democrat Timothy Banter Sr. is opposing incumbent Republican Jim Sailors in the race for District 2 county commissioner.
GOP’s Mourdock stands by rape, abortion remark
Indiana Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock refused to apologize Wednesday for saying that pregnancy resulting from rape is “something God intended.”
Indiana’s third party sees progress beyond its wins
Inside the Indiana Libertarian Party headquarters in downtown Indianapolis is a hardy band of volunteers who don’t see losing a political race quite the same way other people do.
Libertarians try to leverage ‘Survivor’ celebrity to win votes
The Democratic and Republican candidates running for governor this year are spending millions upon millions of dollars to get voters to pay attention to them. The third guy in the race just has to show up.
Coroner candidates both cite experience
In the county coroner’s race, the incumbent coroner and his opponent, a former police chief, each say experience is the asset that will win the election.
Freshman lawmaker makes jump to statewide ticket
Last April, not long after returning home from a contentious legislative session, freshman state lawmaker Sue Ellspermann got a call from someone who said he was with Mike Pence’s gubernatorial campaign.
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