INDIANAPOLIS | A clear majority of Hoosiers do not want the state's existing ban on gay marriage and a new prohibition on civil unions written into the Indiana Constitution, according to a new public opinion poll.
Carl Hensley, right, Center Precinct 34 clerk, helps David Dyer find an open voting booth Tuesday during the general election in Valparaiso.
Jack Gallagher signs a voter registration book in front of 18th precinct clerk Elaine Trinosky before voting Tuesday in the general election at Portage High School.
Dan McHale, of Portage, checks his glasses before voting Tuesday in the general election at Portage High School.
Bill Best, left, and Collin Czilli, right, support their opposing candidates outside of Portage High School on Tuesday while a voter enters the polling place.
Ashlee Duca, of Portage, casts her vote Tuesday in the 18th precinct at Portage High School. Mayoral races in Portage and Valparaiso were not enough to push Tuesday's Porter County voter turnout beyond 24.8 percent, which fell behind the 32 percent turnout during the last municipal election …
INDIANAPOLIS | A Senate committee voted Wednesday to amend the Indiana Constitution to ban gay marriage and civil unions, even as a new poll finds most Hoosiers oppose the amendment.
To ease surging budget deficits, Americans prefer cutting federal services to raising taxes by nearly 2-1.
View the results of the last Associated Press-GfK poll before the Nov. 2 elections.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican Dan Coats leads Democrat Brad Ellsworth by 21 points in a public opinion poll released Tuesday, a result that has remained virtually the same since February.
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