A lawsuit filed by Republican U.S. Senate candidate John Rust appears to be in a stalemate amid the search for a new judge, disagreements over filing timelines and contention over a deposition.
Democrats thought Indiana’s 9th district would be competitive in 2016, but Rep. Trey Hollingsworth won the election by 14 percentage points. Progressives think they’ll have a much better shot in 2018, especially if President Donald Trump stumbles.
Early voting is available downtown at the Indianapolis City-County Building from now through Nov. 7. The Marion County Clerk’s Office is offering free parking for voters.
Donald Trump’s support appears to have eroded from an 11-point lead in mid-August, according to a recent poll. His campaign has been dogged by recent accusations of sexual misconduct against women.
Presidential nominee Donald Trump on Monday received full support from running mate Mike Pence, who shut down talk of quitting the ticket despite his disapproval of Trump’s crude remarks about women. Pence also downplayed any disagreement with Trump over their stance on Syria.
Republican Mike Pence won bipartisan plaudits for a calm and collected performance in the vice presidential debate. But Hillary Clinton’s camp says Democrat Tim Kaine accomplished his mission.
Shella will cap his 40-year career with coverage of the 2016 election, saying it is a “really good time to sign off.”
A Democratic Super PAC is swooping in to help Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Evan Bayh as Republican Todd Young taps some GOP heavyweights to make the case for his election. While a Bayh win in November appeared to be favored when he unexpectedly jumped into the race, it appears the race is now becoming something […]
Both the U.S. Senate and Indiana gubernatorial races could be tossups by the time Election Day rolls around.
Despite a small decline in the margin, Donald Trump has a strong lead in the state over Democrat Hillary Clinton, the new poll shows.
GOP vice presidential candidate Mike Pence got a haircut at a black-owned barbershop on Tuesday before a campaign stop at a mechanical construction company, where he assured a rowdy crowd that his running mate “gets it.”
The candidates to become Indiana's next governor largely sided with rural interests during a forum Tuesday while discussing agriculture issues.
It will be Mike Pence's first public campaign event in Indiana since his pick as Donald Trump's running mate was ratified by the Republican National Convention on July 19.
Republican Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb, Democratic candidate John Gregg and Libertarian Rex Bell are all scheduled to take part in Tuesday forum in Brownsburg.
Since late April, when Donald Trump secured the Republican nomination, $146 million has been spent on advertising in the presidential race, compared with $373 million over the same period in 2012.
Republican Eric Holcomb and Democrat John Gregg are “virtually tied,” said Monmouth University Polling Institute pollsters.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Evan Bayh was granted a 56-day delay from disclosing personal financial information that all candidates for Congress must release.