As Indiana Republican lawmakers prepare Tuesday to override Gov. Eric Holcomb’s veto and enact a new law that would bar transgender girls from participating in girls’ K-12 sports, activist groups on both sides of the issue are ramping up their lobbying efforts.
In 2015, Stephanie Drewry launched a children’s cooking school in her home, with the vision of eventually opening a brick-and-mortar location. Two years later, she opened Sprouts Cooking School in Carmel. A second location is on the way.
Members are conducting research on everything from the capabilities of Indiana’s current auto manufacturers to potential opportunities for research and development within the EV product industry.
Former Indiana Inspector General Cyndi Carrasco says that’s the kind of money she wants to become the first Republican to win a Marion County-wide race since then-Mayor Greg Ballard won re-election in 2011.
As election security continues to be a hotly debated topic, the secretary of state says this plan is another step toward assuring voters that the state’s election results are accurate.
The Marion County Democratic Party appears headed for significant change, with Mayor Joe Hogsett advocating for an end to pre-primary endorsements and some Black Democrats separately calling for the party’s current chair to resign immediately.
Fred Glynn and Suzie Jaworowski remain in an ultra-tight battle with 98.8% of the vote counted. An issue at a voting center in Marion County has delayed the final count.
A five-way battle for the Democratic nomination for a new state Senate seat in Indianapolis drew some voters to the polls.
Hunley, a school principal, won the five-way primary in a new state Senate seat in Indianapolis, beating the Marion County Democratic Party’s slated candidate.
Indiana’s first Election Day after pandemic-related complications comes Tuesday, and a few hotly contested primary races are in the spotlight.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb and Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers spent this week in Sweden, the United Kingdom and Monaco meeting with world leaders and companies.
David Ricks’ lunchtime speech to The Economic Club of Indiana—repeated on social media by those in attendance and reported by IBJ and local TV stations—has reverberated across the state.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita’s office said the lawsuit is part of an investigation launched in February into how the organization was using donations from Hoosiers.
Democrat Kristin Jones has raised more than $115,000 throughout the course of her campaign for Senate District 46 in Indianapolis. Her closest fundraising competitor in a five-way primary reported just over $68,000 in campaign contributions.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate and Hammond Mayor Tom McDermott lit up a joint one mile across the state border in Illinois for a new campaign ad he posted on 4/20—the unofficial weed holiday.
Former casino executive and state lawmaker John Keeler pleaded guilty in federal court Monday morning to filing a false tax return in connection to a scheme to funnel illegal casino cash into a congressional campaign in 2016.
A former state lawmaker, two military veterans and a small business owner are in a crowded primary race for a chance to nab the new Indiana House seat representing Boone and Hendricks counties.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb and Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers are set to lead an economic development trip to Sweden, the United Kingdom and Monaco at the end of this month to bolster strategic relationships and highlight the state’s industries.
For years, endorsements by Marion County’s political parties significantly reduced the chances of a hotly contested primary for each party’s nomination. But not so much these days. The change is particularly noticeable among county Democrats running for county clerk, county recorder and a state senate seat in the May 3 primary election.
Hoosiers should expect to start receiving a $125 automatic taxpayer refund in May, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday.