Sen. Karen Tallian, of Ogden Dunes, announced her campaign Wednesday morning, saying she plans to “restore checks and balances to the Statehouse and to be a voice for all who live here.”
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Former state health commissioner running for governor
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Sen. Mike Braun’s total assets are worth roughly $12 million to $49 million—compared with the $36 million to $96 million the Jasper Republican reported last year.
Pete Buttigieg also has offered a broad policy agenda for African Americans and has been outspoken on the issue of race. But he consistently polls in the low single digits among black voters.
Macer, who had been considering a bid for governor, has served as a state lawmaker since 2013, and works as the community relations manager and clinical liaison at Northwest Healthcare Center.
Leah McGrath, a Republican, had been considered a possible candidate in Indiana’s 5th District, which is being vacated by Rep. Susan Brooks. Brooks has represented the district since 2013.
At issue is the Marion County Election Board’s decision to disqualify 1,115 signatures because the addresses listed by eligible voters on a petition did not match their official registered addresses.
Four more Democratic presidential candidates spoke at the National Urban League conference Friday morning at the Indiana Convention Center, addressing similar topics to the five candidates who spoke at the event the previous day.
Five Democratic presidential candidates shared their vision for creating more equality on issues like jobs, wages, health care and voting rights Thursday morning at the annual National Urban League conference at the Indiana Convention Center.
The expenditures have enabled the South Bend mayor to keep up an aggressive schedule. But his reliance on charter flights contrasts sharply with his image as a Rust Belt mayor who embodies frugality and Midwestern modesty.
Elizabeth Warren’s plan, the latest in a series of policy ideas that have propelled the Massachusetts senator to the top tier of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary field, would hold private equity firms liable for debts and pension promises made by the companies they acquire.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett—vying for re-election this fall against GOP challenger Jim Merritt—plans to launch his television advertising campaign this week with a commercial that sings the praises of a former Republican mayor.
Republican mayoral candidate state Sen. Jim Merritt on Thursday criticized Mayor Joe Hogsett’s plan to spend about $580,000 on programs to combat food insecurity in Indianapolis and said it “will likely make the problem worse.”
Hale announced Thursday morning that she is seeking Indiana’s 5th District seat, which is being vacated by Republican Susan Brooks.
Whether Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is officially running for re-election next year has yet to be announced, but the embattled AG claimed his political action committee scored a record fundraising haul in the past two months.
Dr. Woody Myers, a Democrat, and Gov. Eric Holcomb are expected announce their bids this week. And two more Democrats are waiting in the wings.
H. Ross Perot, the colorful, self-made Texas billionaire who rose from a childhood of Depression-era poverty and twice ran for president as a third-party candidate, has died.
Buttigieg still faces questions about his experience and whether his appeal extends beyond wealthier donors and white voters.
Democrat Pete Buttigieg’s latest numbers further cement him as a leading candidate and are sure to draw notice from rival campaigns, many of whom have struggled to raise money.
The current Indiana members of the House and Senate have served an average of 8.6 years on Capitol Hill, a number that will go down when Brooks leaves.