The party organization that works to elect Republicans to the U.S. House has added U.S. Rep. Frank J. Mrvan, D-Highland, to the list of 70 Democratic congressmen it's targeting for defeat in 2022.
U.S. Rep. Frank J. Mrvan is encouraging Northwest Indiana high school seniors and college students interested in attending a U.S. military academy to apply at his office for a congressional nomination.
The process of redrawing the boundaries of the state's nine congressional districts, 100 Indiana House districts, and 50 Senate districts to adjust for population shifts over the past 10 years is complete.
House Democrats criticized the redistricting plans for maintaining Republican dominance of Indiana government and for giving Hoosiers very little time to review the new maps before rushing them into law.
"We were either chasing population or dragging it," said state Rep. Greg Steuerwald. "But you can only drag population so far, and that's why you'll notice a lot of new districts in areas with growing populations."
Northwest Indiana will continue to comprise a single congressional district if the new legislative boundaries under consideration at the Indiana Statehouse are enacted into law.
Hoosiers living in eight of Indiana's nine congressional districts would see their federal tax burden go down if Congress enacts President Joe Biden's American Families Plan and American Jobs Plan.
U.S. Rep. Frank J. Mrvan is focusing on COVID-19 vaccine availability, defending the domestic steel industry and promoting investments in transportation infrastructure as Northwest Indiana's new congressman.
Northwest Indiana residents have a chance to weigh in on one of those little-noticed, structural components of government that has a significant effect on election and policy outcomes.
Voters must choose between three men — Democrat Frank J. Mrvan, Republican Mark Leyva, and Libertarian Michael Strauss — as Northwest Indiana's new representative in Congress.
The person likely to become Northwest Indiana's next congressman believes he's ready to take on the social and economic challenges facing the Region and the nation.
Key endorsements and a people-powered campaign helped Frank J. Mrvan win the Democratic nomination to represent Northwest Indiana in the U.S. House.
More than a half-million registered Indiana voters plan to participate in Tuesday's primary election using a mail-in ballot.
The first competitive primary election for Northwest Indiana's U.S. House seat in nearly 40 years took a backseat to the coronavirus pandemic over the past few months.
A Ring doorbell recording recently captured a man stealing a McDermott for Congress campaign sign from the lawn in front of a Hammond business.
Lake County Sheriff Oscar Martinez is endorsing Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. in his bid to represent Northwest Indiana in the U.S. House.
Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. raised more money than every other candidate running for NWI's U.S. House seat, but he doesn't have the most cash on hand heading into the primary election.
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Candidates for national, state and local political offices are scaling back public campaign events to minimize the potential spread of coronavirus.
"It's imperative we actually know, to the best of our ability, who our choices will be and what potential qualities they bring to the table."
Eight Democratic candidates vying to succeed retiring U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Gary, appeared to agree on most issues during a debate Saturday, but there was a clear divide between moderates and progressives on the issues of health care and jobs.