The constant debate over pre-existing conditions, jobs and immigration mattered.
On Nov. 6, all eyes will be on several battleground states. Unfortunately, the pundits will miss one of the most important states that will contribute to an Obama victory—Indiana. While some will debate whether the president will win Indiana (I still contend that he can), keep in mind that several Indiana-related items will play a role in the fall campaign and will have an impact in other parts of the country.
Labor learned valuable lessons from Wisconsin.
African-American voters are proud of this president.
Thirty percent of Hispanics proclaim to be liberal. Only 21 percent of the general population self identify as liberal.
Mays’ efforts at community involvement saved The Indianapolis Recorder.
In 2011, we witnessed what happens when Republicans cut into the Democratic margin in Marion County.