INDIANAPOLIS | John Gregg appears to be sticking with his folksy, corn-prone campaign commercials despite a new poll showing the ads aren't connecting with many voters, especially in Northwest Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS | Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg may be running the folksiest attack ads in the history of political campaigning. And his rival, Republican Mike Pence, is so positive in his ads, a casual observer might not even realize he has an opponent in the Nov. 6 race.
INDIANAPOLIS | When Republicans were on the verge of winning a U.S. House majority in 2010 on a platform of reducing government spending, six-term Congressman Mike Pence insisted the party not abandon its traditional focus on social issues.
INDIANAPOLIS | Could Mike Pence, the Republican candidate for Indiana governor, get tripped up on residency issues similar to those that helped defeat Republican U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar?
INDIANAPOLIS | A former speaker of the Indiana House announced Monday he is running for the Democratic nomination for governor.
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