Elections

City law firm a key player in GOP winsRestricted Content

November 19, 2007
Jennifer Whitson
Three members of a small, young, downtown law firm played key rolls in Republican election wins this month, boosting the firm's profile as it tackles aggressive growth plans that include beefing up its lobbying business. John Lewis and Wilkins LLP set up shop on Monument Circle in 2005 and since then has grown from the three attorneys to 11.
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Ballard's sketchy agenda fuels uneaseRestricted Content

November 12, 2007
Peter Schnitzler
The afternoon after Greg Ballard's shocking victory at the polls, the mood was sober at Marion County Republican headquarters. Jubilation had given way to reality. Although mayor-elect Ballard described himself "as tired as a guy could get," he has no time for a break. And what the former U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant colonel will do is largely a mystery.
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Jones taps friends nationwide for Daniels fund raisingRestricted Content

October 8, 2007
Peter Schnitzler
Silicon Valley venture capitalist Jack Gill--and dozens like him--are being recruited from far beyond state lines to support Indiana's incumbent governor. On Oct. 9, Gill will be in the crowd at technology entrepreneur Scott Jones' Carmel mansion. Jones, who organized the event, aims to collect $1 million for Daniels in a single day.
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Giuliani leads race for Indiana donationsRestricted Content

May 21, 2007
Peter Schnitzler
Campaign finance records through the first quarter of 2007 show Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor, has raised $176,950 in Indiana. That's more than twice as much as one-time Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, his closest Republican rival.
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Democrats grooming Schellinger as candidate for governorRestricted Content

March 5, 2007
Peter Schnitzler
In the Democrats' field of potential candidates to unseat Gov. Mitch Daniels, there are few household names. That's why they're preparing to spend the next 19 months introducing you to Jim Schellinger.
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Political upstart unloads auto dealershipRestricted Content

August 21, 2006
Chris O'Malley
Eric Dickerson, the Republican trying to unseat Julia Carson in the 7th congressional District, plans to sell his north-side Buick dealership to Ed Martin Automotive Group as early as next month. But the dealership could become a campaign liability even if it's sold.
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