An election official in Hancock County said software problems that created long waits at some polling places led some people to leave without ever voting in Tuesday’s primary. Meanwhile, heavy turnout is causing long waits at some places in Hamilton County.
Republican Ted Cruz launched a blistering attack on rival Donald Trump as voters cast ballots in Indiana on Tuesday. Trump responded by calling Cruz “desperate” and “unhinged.”
Some polling stations saw steady crowds on a damp Tuesday morning as voters cast their ballots in the state's primary election. Officials in one county believe they could see a 50-percent voter turnout.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz was blitzing through Indiana on Monday in a desperate bid to overtake Donald Trump in the state's primary and keep his own White House hopes alive. Cruz trails Trump in Indiana in most polls.
The campaigns will crisscross the state Monday in an effort to win over additional voters in advance of Tuesday's primary election.
A poll by the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics at IPFW showed Sen. Ted Cruz at nearly 45 percent, compared with Donald Trump’s 29 percent. But an NBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll shows Trump leading by 15 percentage points.
The ad is in support of the Cruz-Fiorina ticket and focuses on national security.
In need of momentum after a five-state shutout, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on Wednesday at a rally in Indianapolis tapped former technology executive Carly Fiorina as his pick for vice president.
The Noblesville Republican is facing political newcomer Scott Willis for Indiana Senate District 20, which includes parts of Westfield, Noblesville and Fishers.
The Texas senator plans to unveil his pick for vice president Wednesday afternoon, less than a week before Hoosiers go to the polls.
Is this the last stand for the #NeverTrump crowd? Political insiders say Indiana’s crucial May 3 Republican primary contest is essentially Trump’s to lose.
The districts at opposite ends of the state opened up with the decisions of U.S. Reps. Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young to pursue election to the Senate.
Ted Cruz is pouring his energies into Indiana in the hope that voters here give him a victory and keep his White House hopes alive. He plans two stops in Indianapolis on Wednesday, including a rally at Pan Am Plaza.
The ticketed event is open to the public.
The Republicans are battling to earn a share of Indiana’s 57 delegates to the national GOP convention this summer.
The move is a little ironic because Indiana also expanded health care for poor Hoosiers using Medicaid money available through Obamacare.
The Democratic candidate will use the northwest Indiana stops to talk about manufacturing and trade, while her husband—former President Bill Clinton—will stop at the Clinton campaign office in Indianapolis.