"A lot can change between now and the election."
The remote accessible ballot marking tool will allow voters with print disabilities to sign all ballots and forms electronically without the assistance of another person.
Former President Donald Trump declared U.S. Rep. Jim Banks has Trump's "complete and total endorsement" in Banks' bid to represent the Hoosier State in the U.S. Senate.
Senate Bill 188 would end Indiana's longstanding practice of nonpartisan school board elections by obligating school board candidates to affiliate with a political party.
"I conclude that it’s just not the job for me, not the town for me and not the life I want to live at this point," Daniels said
More than 50 public offices in Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties are being contested by two or more candidates for their party’s nomination to run in the general election this fall.
"We have a county assessor. Why do we need two?" asked state Rep. Jim Pressel, R-Rolling Prairie.
Mayor Tom Dermody is seeking the Republican nomination in a race featuring no other candidates from either party so far.
"We must defend our country’s conservative values from attacks by the radical left. That’s why I feel called to continue our fight in the U.S. Senate," said U.S. Rep. Jim Banks.
Former two-term Michigan City Mayor Ron Meer is running for his old office in what’s already a crowded field of Democratic candidates.
Gary Common Council hopeful Mark Spencer and Crown Point Mayor Pete Land were among the first candidates to file Wednesday morning.
State Sen. Dan Dernulc, R-Highland, announced Wednesday his intent to resign as Lake County Republican Party chairman once his replacement has been selected.
The start of the new year on Sunday also marks the beginning of new terms for many Lake County elected officials.
Northwest Indiana residents needing assistance with federal programs and services this week should contact the Washington, D.C., office of U.S. Rep. Frank J. Mrvan, D-Highland.
Unsuccessful Republican congressional candidate Jennifer-Ruth Green recently was included in a statewide public opinion poll seeking feedback on potential U.S. Senate candidates.
Two prominent elected officials were rebuked Tuesday by the Lake County Election Board for failing to timely file campaign finance reports.
Pattie Jo Gibson-King will take the District 2 seat on the East Chicago school board after a recount of the Nov. 8 election results confirmed her victory.
A court-ordered recount commission will determine whether there's any basis to change the results in an East Chicago school board race decided by 16 votes.
Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch announced Monday she is running in the 2024 Republican primary for a chance to succeed term-limited Gov. Eric Holcomb.
U.S. Rep. Victoria Spartz, R-Noblesville, plans to decide early next year whether she'll compete in May 7, 2024, Republican U.S. Senate primary.
Data compiled by the Indiana Election Division show voter turnout at the Nov. 8 election was 41% of the 4.77 million adults registered to vote in the state.
U.S. Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., appears to be planning to forgo a 2024 reelection bid and instead will run for Indiana governor.
Altogether, there were fewer than 400 problem ballots reviewed by the Lake County Election Board out of more than 136,000 ballots cast in the county.
"Hoosier conservative Republicans are sick and tired of the status quo. I’m proud to support my friend and fellow conservative outsider Sen. Rick Scott for our leader," said U.S. Sen. Mike Braun.
The 1st District has been centered on Northwest Indiana since 1932. Mrvan's 5.6% margin of victory is the fifth-closest result during that period, records show.
Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. has no regrets about the race he ran as Indiana's Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate — even though it came to an unsuccessful conclusion.
Heeg defeated democratic challenger Andrew S. Hynek during Tuesday's general election to replace Sheriff John Boyd who has served the maximum two terms.