Every elected official has detractors, but even my Democratic friends have admitted to me that the guy they didn’t know much about when he became lieutenant governor and then governor in 2016 has done a pretty darn good job.
The Lugar Series now has 529 alumni representing more than 70 Indiana counties.
Gun ownership among women is on the rise, with many women viewing gun ownership as an empowering tool for defending themselves or their families.
At a time of gridlock and government shutdown, the ability to reach across the aisle and be bipartisan is necessary.
IndyGo officials have offered little in the way of solutions or partnership—replying with nothing more than verbal shrugs.
Servant leadership is an acquired skill, but that is exactly what we demand from our local, state and federal government leaders.
Thank you for giving me a start and inspiring so many of us to pursue our dreams.
We all want what is best for our country and her people.
The president should be applauded for cutting through the fog and finding the common ground needed to make this plan a reality and fulfilling his promise to rural America.
The situation is especially dire in Indianapolis, where as many as 1 out of every 5 residents lives in a food desert.
More women have voted than men in every presidential election since 1964.
Many of the skills I learned through 4-H are those I still use today, and the 4-H pledge still provides a guideline on how to approach life.
Through hard work, sacrifice and yes, a little luck, we each have the opportunity to fight for and live the American dream.
The Lugar Series, where I am executive director, was launched in 1990 by Judy Singleton and Teresa Lubbers with the full support of Lugar and the hope of guiding more Republican women to elected office and public service.
In many Indiana communities, the primary is where the real choices are made.
Let’s make sure we continue to nurture an environment for women to be successful in whatever profession they choose.
I choose to focus on the survivors and ensure they have a path to long-term safety, stability and self-sufficiency.
A recent study concluded that Indiana is the eighth-worst state for women. Using their metrics for what makes a state good for my gender, the study was accurate. We have plenty of work to do to make Indiana better for women, but I believe there are more metrics for success and those were summarily ignored by this study.