In presidential election years, the percentage of eligible Hoosiers registered to vote dropped from 71.3% in 2012 to 69.3% in 2020.
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Last year, a study showed what public officials have long known: There is a wide disparity in the amount of road funding that communities receive when measured by the traffic traveling on those roads. In fact, the study found that Marion County ranked dead last in state-road funding among Indiana’s 92 counties when vehicle miles traveled are taken into account.
We appreciate the bigger goal of creating a can’t-miss, Midwest-based innovation conference, something that commands the attention of venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, researchers and big-thinkers from the coasts and from across the world. There’s no reason an event like that can’t take place in Indianapolis.
With the opening of its new engineering school building, Marian University is once again showing why it is often considered among the most innovative colleges in the Midwest.
We support putting decisions about things like stoplights and traffic control in the hands of local officials.
Anytime there is a reasonable and well-thought-out plan to enhance and promote one of our region’s treasures, we should take full advantage of it.
The partners in Columbus are to be commended for banding together to try to find solutions to such problems.
Spark is a welcome addition to downtown and the Circle in particular—one it feels like the city has been building up to for too long.
It’s a welcome development that should help reinvigorate the museum, generate more excitement for it among Hoosiers, give its many out-of-state visitors a more tantalizing experience, and make the institution a bigger part of the city’s arts and culture scene.
Kudos to businesses that agreed to close early, despite the financial impact.
We also realize that supporting a tax just before an election is a politically tricky situation for any candidate. But a clear position on the downtown enhancement tax is sorely needed; whoever is elected mayor and to the City-County Council in November likely will face intense pressure to take quick action.
The portal provides resources for funding, business planning, locations, networking and more. It will also connect entrepreneurs with a network of navigators the IEDC is hiring to work throughout the state.
Indiana is in a great position to grow its status as a key player in the auto industry.
IBJ will continue to press for the information about the Signia project and all other information we think the public has a right to know.
The challenge now is to keep up the economic momentum to fully restore the city’s vitality downtown and elsewhere.
For too long, police have been the first responders not just when a crime has been committed but also when people are generally in distress.
Regardless of whether human remains are found, the development’s location in the general vicinity of the Black cemetery provides a great opportunity for the community to honor the city’s earliest African American settlers and learn more about the injustices they suffered.
We want to be inspired—and campaigns focused on negative messages just won’t do it.