The changes the state is making in the primary due to the coronavirus pandemic might indefinitely alter how we carry out campaigns and conduct elections going forward. Today’s alternative might become tomorrow’s norm.
Indiana is losing its competitive advantage in energy costs, which is bad for our manufacturing-heavy state.
Thoughtfulness takes time. Listening takes time. Reading more than the headline and beyond the 120 characters takes time.
Lawrence is often overshadowed by Indianapolis and other cities in central Indiana.
We need to find sustainable, affordable models for young people to pay for college, not saddle taxpayers with even more of the burden.
Indiana’s suicide rate—at more than 16%—is higher than the national average and has increased steadily over the last few years.
Our political process is far from perfect, but proposals like this will only further divide our country and silence voters.
Indiana is poised for record growth and success in the coming years, so long as we embrace opportunities to adapt and change.