Ted Cruz, looking for a rebound to keep his presidential hopes alive and block Donald Trump from capturing the Republican nomination, said Monday he’s “all in on Indiana.”
The Trusted Leadership PAC said it will spend $1.6 million and Club for Growth Action said it will spend $1.5 million on ad buys.
Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders have bought TV time on Indianapolis stations. So have the Club for Growth, Our Principles and Trusted Leadership PACs.
The WTHR/Howey Politics Indiana Poll reinforces the perception that the Indiana presidential primaries will be competitive.
At the state GOP’s annual spring dinner, Ted Cruz vowed to aggressively campaign across Indiana in the coming weeks, saying all eyes will be on the state ahead of the May 3 primary. His day also included a visit to Shapiro’s and with the governor.
Ted Cruz will follow in Donald Trump’s footsteps to the Governor’s Residence on Thursday afternoon. Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who rounds out the trio of GOP presidential candidates, will be in Indiana on Tuesday.
The Democrat’s campaign has placed orders for ads on all five major stations in Indianapolis.
Heidi Cruz is a managing director at Goldman Sachs, which she joined in 2005, and where she runs the Houston wealth management unit. She’s on an unpaid leave of absence during her husband’s campaign.
In their debate, Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young responded to questions on domestic issues such as health care policy and abortion, as well as foreign policy issues including trade, Syria and the fight against the Islamic State group.
Campaign finance reports were due at noon Friday, and IBJ has the latest on the contested Hamilton County races on the North of 96th blog. Hamilton County Commissioner Mark Heirbrandt doubled fundraising efforts compared to his challenger Fishers business owner Bill Smythe and also spent significantly more on his campaign. In the Hamilton County Council […]
Donald Trump is ramping up his presidential campaign in Indiana, but it's already running behind.
The senators have officially asked the Government Printing Office to refer to Indiana natives as Hoosiers. In a letter, they said, “We find it a little jarring” to be referred to as Indianans, which the agency’s style manual requires.
President George W. Bush’s former budget director is calling out Donald Trump on the billionaire’s recent claim that if he were elected president, he could slash $19 trillion in national debt in eight years.
IBJ asked U.S. Reps. Todd Young and Marlin Stutzman where they stand on key economic issues.
During a tumultuous presidential primary, the linchpin in the Senate race might be what kind of voter shows up for the primary.