Delegates to the Republican State Convention on June 18 in Indianapolis now only will have four candidates among which to choose the party's nominee for state treasurer.
"Democrats are creating a better future for Hoosier families in rural America, while the Republicans' partisanship refers to issues like roads and bridges and clean water as 'socialism,' said Chairman Mike Schmuhl.
U.S. Sen. Mike Braun is promising to vote against every federal spending measure — including funding for the U.S. military — if it doesn't include money to continue building a U.S.-Mexico border wall
State Auditor Tera Klutz confirmed Tuesday she will seek the Republican nomination at next summer's Indiana GOP convention for a second term as state auditor.
If elected state treasurer, Elise Nieshalla is promising to align the management of state funds with "our American values" by "avoiding investment funds that promote woke, far-left policies.
A surge of sales and income tax revenue in the final quarter of the state's budget year means Hoosiers will get an automatic taxpayer refund for just the second time in Indiana history.
The 2024 Republican gubernatorial primary still is nearly three years away, but Fort Wayne businessman Eric Doden is raising money for his campaign as if voters are heading to the polls next week.
The Indiana Gaming Commission has the authority to require shareholders in the parent company of the Hard Rock Casino in Gary to disclose extensive information about their backgrounds and finances.
Jennifer McCormick confirmed Monday she no longer identifies with the Indiana Republican Party that nominated and elected her in 2016 to lead the Indiana Department of Education.
Spectacle Entertainment has sent a letter to investors in the Gary casino asking whether they intend to submit the extensive financial and background information demanded by the Indiana Gaming Commission.
Schererville native Pete Seat, who previously worked for President George W. Bush and Gov. Eric Holcomb, is seeking the Indiana Republican Party's nomination for state treasurer.
Indiana University announced Tuesday it no longer will mandate proof of COVID-19 vaccination be provided to the school as a condition of enrollment or employment.
Shareholders in the parent company of the Hard Rock Casino in Gary are bristling at new Indiana Gaming Commission rules requiring more disclosure of their financial records and business interests.
Recently appointed Secretary of State Holli Sullivan announced Monday she is running next year for a full term as Indiana's chief elections officer.
"The state should not be stepping in to retaliate against local governments that make decisions on behalf of their communities," said state Sen. Eddie Melton, D-Gary.
"By the way, no one in D.C. cares what I think anyway about this issue. I have no influence by design of our system," Holcomb said.
The Indiana Republican Party is launching an unprecedented effort to develop relationships with minority communities across the Hoosier State that extend beyond Election Day.
Sen. Mike Braun claimed "the media" has "fundamentally failed the American people" by neglecting to investigate every single claim of voter fraud, legitimate or not, made by any American, anywhere.
Gov. Eric Holcomb signed an executive order Tuesday extending Indiana's public health emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic until at least Dec. 31.
A northeast Indiana state representative elected to a second term just three weeks ago is resigning from the Indiana House on Dec. 14 — and she says Gov. Eric Holcomb is to blame.
A total of 3,068,542 Hoosiers voted in the general election, or 65% of the 4,750,222 Indiana residents who are registered to vote — the highest turnout in nearly three decades.
Attorney General Curtis Hill Jr. is defending his decision to use Indiana taxpayer resources to intervene in a Pennsylvania mail-in ballot lawsuit
The governor's traditional swearing-in ceremony in front of a large crowd, along with the inaugural ball, are being postponed until an unspecified future date due to COVID-19.
The poll found Republican President Donald Trump is the choice of 49% of likely Indiana voters while 42% favor former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, and 6% are undecided.
The Republican candidate seeking to represent Northwest Indiana in Congress appears to endorse white supremacy in an item posted late Friday night to his Facebook page.