Gary Mayor Rudy Clay fills out a form during candidate filing at the Lake County Election Board office in Crown Point.
Michael B. Brown
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate Glenda Ritz confers with Gary Teachers Union President Joe Zimmerman on Friday before speaking to supporters at the Gary Teachers Union office in Gary.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate Glenda Ritz speaks to supporters Friday at the Gary Teachers Union office in Gary.
MERRILLVILLE | Indiana GOP gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence stepped out of his red pickup and into a warm reception Saturday outside Pinnacle Hospital.
Indiana gubernatorial candidate John Gregg, right, speaks to Indiana Representative Charlie Brown, D-Gary, after speaking at the Times InBusiness Advisory Board breakfast at Avalon Manor in Hobart, Friday, August 24, 2012.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg, center, greets Randy Scott, of Wheatfield, left, and John Phillips, of Munster, as the two arrive for work Wednesday morning at BP Whiting Refinery. Gregg said he fought against the recent Republican-led right-to-work legislation and thanked the…
Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg greets workers early Wednesday as they arrive at BP Whiting Refinery's Gate 42. Gregg said he thinks the refinery's $3.8 million expansion project will make Hoosiers more energy efficient and self-sufficient and provide job security.
Dr. Darryl Fortson
MUNSTER | Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg
VALPARAISO | Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence brought his "Jobs Tour" to Valparaiso on Friday, touring Task Force Tips and collecting job creation ideas from several area business owners.
U.S. Rep. Mike Pence, R-Ind., talks politics with The Times Editorial Board on Sept. 2.
There are so many issues, a debate cannot cover all of them when candidates do not stay on the planned time constraints.
Another Tuesday approaches when we make our selections
Chrissy Barron, candidate for Merrillville Town Council, 5th Ward
INDIANAPOLIS | A region state senator says now that President Barack Obama's long-form birth certificate is public, there's no need for the Legislature to consider requiring presidential candidates produce their birth certificates to qualify for the ballot.
Tom Black - Republican Candidate for Highland Town Council Ward 3
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