I respectfully disagree with your editorial entitled "Stop top officials from campaigning on public dime."
CROWN POINT | Lake County officials running for re-election can count on the financial support of government contractors.
INDIANAPOLIS | The State Board of Education appears to be operating with more Republican members than permitted under Indiana law.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder may have raised more than $117,000 in campaign funds last year, but he spent more than $105,000.
The Lake County elections board voted this week to reduce or eliminate fines totaling more than $24,500 that the county has levied since the late 1990s against politicians for failing to disclose their campaign finances.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican Attorney General Greg Zoeller has huge advantages in fundraising and name recognition as he seeks a second term, but Democrat Kay Fleming is hoping Hoosiers think she'll do a better job as the state's lawyer.
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