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Pence campaign rooted in victories and mistakes of the past
In 2006, Indiana congressman Mike Pence found himself in an unlikely place: Sitting across from U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy, the unabashed liberal Democrat whose beliefs about the interventionist role of federal government were polar opposite from those of the Republican Pence.
Pioneer has race for seat
Two candidates vying for one seat on Pioneer Regional School Corporation’s board of education both say the biggest challenge they’re likely to face, if elected, is funding the school’s programs.
Veteran legislator brings different view to Democratic ticket
The general election of 1984 wasn’t a good year for Democrats, as Republicans in Indiana and across the nation rode in on the coattails of President Ronald Reagan’s landslide re-election.
For Democrat Gregg, politics is about the personal
In John Gregg’s book about his life in politics, the southern Indiana Democrat opens the first chapter with a somber quote about the moral roots of public service and a humorous description of himself as a “burrheaded pudgy kid.”
Southeastern school board candidates discuss issues
The Pharos-Tribune posed two questions to the candidates for Southeastern school board.
Pioneer school board candidates respond to questions
The Pharos-Tribune posed two questions to the candidates for Pioneer school board.
U.S Senate race coming down to the wire
In the high-stakes race for the U.S. Senate, Indiana’s major-party candidates and their supporters have waged aggressive and costly campaigns to woo voters like Aaron Williford.
Campaigning to lead state schools
Glenda Ritz and Tony Bennett are both longtime educators, but how they see the sweeping changes in Indiana schools and classrooms couldn’t be more different.
Commissioner candidates respond to questions
The Pharos-Tribune posed two questions to the candidates for District 2 county commissioner.
Cass County Council candidates respond to questions
The Pharos-Tribune posed two questions to the five candidates running for three seats on the Cass County Council.
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