INDIANAPOLIS | Republican Mike Pence has been elected Indiana's 50th governor, defeating Democrat John Gregg on Tuesday in a race Pence led wire-to-wire.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican Richard Mourdock's controversial debate remark that pregnancies caused by rape are "something that God intended to happen" may have doomed his bid to represent Indiana in the U.S. Senate, according to the Howey/DePauw Indiana Battleground Poll released Friday.
For Northwest Indiana, the choice for governor this year should be easy.
FORT WAYNE | With a new poll showing his lead in the race for Indiana governor diminishing, Republican Mike Pence strayed from his well-rehearsed script Thursday and finally engaged Democrat John Gregg during their final debate.
INDIANAPOLIS | Democrat John Gregg has closed a huge deficit and is now just six points behind Republican Mike Pence in the race for Indiana governor, according to a Gregg campaign-sponsored poll released Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Democrat John Gregg continued to paint Republican Mike Pence as an outsider and extremist during the second Indiana gubernatorial debate Wednesday, while repeatedly touting his experience as a legislative leader, university president and business executive.
INDIANAPOLIS | A specter is haunting the race for Indiana governor — the specter of Mitch Daniels.
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ZIONSVILLE, Ind. | Democrat John Gregg tore up Republican Mike Pence in the first Indiana gubernatorial debate Wednesday, blasting the six-term congressman for promoting policies that have cost jobs and for seeking to divide Hoosiers on social issues.
INDIANAPOLIS | The three candidates for Indiana governor will meet Wednesday night for the first of three debates this month.
Each of the three candidates for governor is focused on the state's most immediate need: jobs. But what about later in the four-year term, after -- we all hope -- the economy has recovered?
INDIANAPOLIS | The three candidates for Indiana governor will meet in three debates next month -- while the three U.S. Senate candidates are tentatively scheduled to debate twice.
Libertarian Party candidate for Indiana governor Rupert Boneham visits The Charley Horse restaurant in Munster to meet with voters, take pictures, and take part in a Texas Hold 'Em charity poker event. Boneham was touring Lake County on Friday as part of his campaign goal to stop in each cou…
Libertarian Party candidate for Indiana governor Rupert Boneham talks Friday to Luanne Bloos, of St. John, during a visit to The Charley Horse restaurant as he meets with voters.
Libertarian Party candidate for Indiana governor Rupert Boneham steps off the vehicle he's using to tour Indiana during his campaign for governor. Boneham stopped at The Charley Horse restaurant to meet with voters, take pictures, and take part in a Texas Hold 'Em charity poker event.
MUNSTER | It didn't take long for Libertarian governor candidate Rupert Boneham to get noticed Friday afternoon during a visit to The Charley Horse in Munster.
Rupert Boneham, the Libertarian candidate for Governor, talks with The Times' Doug Ross about his political views.
Democrat John Gregg and Republican Mike Pence, both running for governor, both said to Northwest Indiana audiences Aug. 24 that the primary focus now should be on jobs. And each is right.
INDIANAPOLIS | Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg criticized Republican Mike Pence Monday for a Pence plan that would enable the federal government to run Indiana's health insurance marketplace under Obamacare.
INDIANAPOLIS | Policy, not politics, was the focus of a unique forum Tuesday that saw Indiana's former chief justice interview the three men seeking to become the state's next chief executive.
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