In response to a letter I wrote on Sept. 4. I can only assume Mary-Beth Ferrebee is a Tea Party supporter. Step back from the podium and reread my letter.
DES MOINES, Iowa | The White House their goal, Republican presidential hopefuls raced across Iowa on Monday in final, full-day of frenzied appeals for support in precinct caucuses that open the 2012 campaign. "It is the race you make it," an upset-minded Rick Santorum told voters soon to pic…
The Times assistant managing editor Robert Blaszkiewicz and editorial page editor Doug Ross talk about the election results from a busy Tuesday night.
HEBRON | Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett told an audience of more than 300 -- mostly teachers -- that he understands teachers feel under attack.
As the president said at the memorial service: "How can we honor the fallen? How can we be true to their memory?" We must stand together and work for a more peaceful discourse and actions.
THE TIMES Election judge Lois Lovekamp gives instruction on how to use the Microvote machines to vote Monday at the Lake County Government Complex in Crown Point.
Kevin DuJan, a lifelong Democrat, was so dedicated to his party that he once abandoned a blind date to avoid going out with a Republican.
CROWN POINT | Lake County elections officials expect another long night before results of Lake County's historic vote are known.
Indiana remains a political battlefield in the closing hours of an epic, battering presidential campaign.
CROWN POINT | A tumultuous early voting season ended at noon Monday in Lake County when Merrillville resident Troy Williams arrived at the end of a line of that extended through the hallways and spilled down the front entrance stairs outside the Lake County Government Complex.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana's chief elections official is urging patience as Hoosiers head to polls for an Election Day expected to draw record turnout.
The question could be answered tomorrow, but for now, and for months, everyone from political experts to Hoosiers themselves have asked, if Indiana's electoral votes will go to a Democrat.
WHITING | There are no deal breakers in the Whiting School Board race.
One of the good things that can be said about President Bush's tenure in the White House is that it's almost over.
One gauge of how well public schools are performing in Indiana should be each school district's graduation rate. And in some districts -- including here in Northwest Indiana -- the performance is abysmal.
GRIFFITH | Calumet Township Assessor Booker Blumenberg Jr. found himself on the hot seat again at a forum Thursday night on streamlining government that was sponsored by MySmartgov.org and the Griffith Town Council.
THE TIMES Lake Station's Local 125 stagehands Travis Casbon, left, and Tom Bradshaw install benches Thursday as they get Wicker Park ready for tonight's rally.
GARY | Canadian Leo Gerard was in Northwest Indiana Thursday stumping as hard for Barack Obama and Indiana's 11 electoral votes as he does to protect the jobs of his workers.
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