The Carmel City Council on Monday voted to send developer-backed bond requests for four major real estate projects to the city’s Land Use Committee for further review.
Republican Eric Holcomb and Democrat John Gregg are “virtually tied,” said Monmouth University Polling Institute pollsters.
Democrats have appointed candidates to run for all of the local offices in the heavily Republican county. That hasn’t happened since 2004.
The Republican Governors Association has released a new television ad against Democrat gubernatorial candidate John Gregg, questioning his support of coal country.
A simple majority of 12 votes is needed from the 22 members of the Indiana Republican Party’s central committee for a candidate to be confirmed as Pence’s replacement on the ballot. The group will meet July 26.
The Republican ballot spot is open now that Rep. Susan Brooks has withdrawn from the race in order to run for governor and possibly replace Gov. Mike Pence on the ballot.
Ivanka Trump joined her father at the governor’s Meridian Street residence as the GOP nominee for president continues to vet possible running mates.
If Gov. Mike Pence is picked, the GOP would only have until July 15 to name a replacement to the Indiana ballot to run against Democratic nominee John Gregg. Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb would likely be in the running as well.
Kevin Kellems, who served as communications director for former Vice President Dick Cheney and advised Sen. Dan Coats and former Sen. Dick Lugar, joined the campaign earlier this month, a source close to the move told IBJ.
The Republican Governors Association called the Democrat a “wasteful-spending, tax-loving, former lobbyist.”
Center for the Performing Arts CEO & President Tania Castroverde Moskalenko says a Donald Trump event recently at the facility shows it would be good venue for future political debates.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg is going statewide Thursday with his first TV ad as he gears up for a November rematch with Gov. Mike Pence. The ad focuses on income stagnation.
The ad is in support of the Cruz-Fiorina ticket and focuses on national security.
The Noblesville Republican is facing political newcomer Scott Willis for Indiana Senate District 20, which includes parts of Westfield, Noblesville and Fishers.