Indiana Republican Party
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosier voters in 2010 elected three Republicans to four-year terms as Indiana's secretary of state, state auditor and state treasurer.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana's nearly decade-long experiment requiring voters produce photo identification to obtain a ballot likely isn't to blame for the state's lackluster voter turnout.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana's 58 percent voter turnout in the 2012 presidential election was among the worst in the country. Just 11 states saw fewer eligible voters cast a ballot.
INDIANAPOLIS | The two state officeholders seeking election in November insist they are not using government-owned equipment for campaign purposes, even though the State Ethics Commission recently concluded they could.
INDIANAPOLIS | The three Republican candidates running this year for statewide office clobbered their Democratic opponents in fundraising during the second quarter.
INDIANAPOLIS | State Treasurer Richard Mourdock isn't on the ballot this year and likely never will run for public office again, but that's not stopping Hoosier Democrats from seeking to tie all Indiana Republican candidates to his rhetoric.
FORT WAYNE | The party unity helping Hoosier Republicans win control of nearly every statewide elected office for the past decade is beginning to fracture.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana's economy would grow by nearly $40 million over three years and the state would reap an extra $2.7 million in sales tax revenue if marriage between same-sex couples was legalized, a new study found.
INDIANAPOLIS | A former Illinois state representative is set to become the Indiana Democratic Party's candidate for state treasurer.
The Indiana Republican Party has ruled in favor of the Lake County GOP's current leadership in a case involving a complaint by the former chairwoman. The state party missed an opportunity to provide strong guidance.
Did Indiana Gov. Mike Pence change course on Common Core curriculum, with the emphatic support of his super majority Republicans in the General Assembly, to put education standards back in the hands of Hoosiers? Or did he make a political decision that will play well with some factions of Re…
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is a zealot when it comes to state's rights. No wonder he supports a change in the way U.S. senators are chosen.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican State Auditor Suzanne Crouch nearly hauled in more campaign cash in the first three months of the year than the six other GOP and Democratic candidates for statewide office combined.
INDIANAPOLIS | The future of America depends on "millennials" — people born after 1980 — working together to undo the damage wrought by baby boomers on the nation's economy, finances and foreign policy, according to a new book by Schererville native Pete Seat.
I thought they’d never ask.
INDIANAPOLIS | Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann will visit Merrillville on March 27 to lead a discussion about what the Indiana Republican Party should stand for.
Former state Rep. Dan Dumezich was named the new treasurer for the Indiana Republican Party.
INDIANAPOLIS | Former state Rep. Suzanne Crouch, R-Evansville, was sworn in Thursday as Indiana's new state auditor, becoming the third person to hold that post since August.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mike Pence expects to quickly appoint a new state auditor to replace Dwayne Sawyer, whose previously announced resignation takes effect at 5 p.m. region time Sunday.
The abrupt resignation of Indiana state Auditor Dwayne Sawyer on Tuesday prompts us to remember that office will be on the ballot next November.
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Should the Indiana attorney general's office compel all Lake County municipalities to merge E-911 dispatch services?