Mark Leyva is pretty much the poster child for what’s wrong with the Lake County Republican Party.
CROWN POINT | Voters elected the youngest Lake County commissioner in a generation Tuesday night.
Lake County Surveyor George Van Til was so annoyed at his Republican challenger recently, he unleashed the worst insult he could think of.
Lake County is guaranteed at least one new county commissioner next year and should get another newcomer as well.
CROWN POINT | Most of Lake County's Democratic candidates are winning the battle of the bulging election war chests, campaign finance reports released Friday show.
CROWN POINT | Voters will be electing their first new 3rd District Lake County commissioner in nearly a generation, with the upcoming departure of incumbent Fran DuPey who is bowing out after four terms in office.
CROWN POINT | The Indiana Supreme Court is expected to appoint a special judge to hear a challenge to the result of the May 8 Democratic primary for the 3rd District Lake County Board of Commissioners seat.
CROWN POINT | Lake County's spring primary offers voters a buffet of races among veteran officials, perennial candidates and bright-eyed newcomers.
Two of the candidates on Tuesday's ballots had baggage any Pullman porter would have earned a big tip to carry.
INDIANAPOLIS | The fifth time wasn't the charm for Republican Mark Leyva, even in a year when Republicans across the country won dozens of new seats in Congress.
The U.S. House of Representatives is the focus of the nation's attention as the balance of power could shift to Republicans and put a major roadblock in front of the Obama administration's agenda. Two of those races involve Northwest Indiana.
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Mark Leyva, Republican, candidate for Indiana's 1st Congressional District
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