Indiana officials have settled a class-action lawsuit that claimed the state wasn't following federal laws over the opportunity for voter registration at public assistance offices.
Governor says there are many qualified candidates in the Republican field.
Education reformers dramatically outspent opponents on lobbying, advertising and grass-roots campaigning during the past legislative session.
Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White has hired former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi as his lead defense attorney in his fight against voter fraud charges.
A majority of Indiana's congressional delegation bucked the trend and voted against emergency legislation to raise the nation's debt ceiling, drawing praise from a tea party official.
Indiana’s Mitch Daniels has gone from considering a run for president to finishing out his second and last term as governor.
Sen. Richard Lugar is the only Republican in the state's Congressional delegation who hasn't signed Norquist's pledge, which requires the signer to "oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”
Democratic mayoral candidate Melina Kennedy unveiled a proposal Friday to set aside $150 million in proceeds from the sale of the city’s water and sewer utilities to fund early education, crime prevention and job training.
Susan Brooks announced Tuesday she will challenge Dan Burton in the May 2012 Republican primary to represent Indiana's 5th District.
In Senate race, Lugar has outraised challenger Richard Mourdock 3-to-1.
Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White painted a picture of himself as a man with a complicated personal life that led him to use dual addresses but he denied ever providing false information as he defended himself Tuesday against voter fraud allegations.
Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White has asked a judge to grant him partial immunity if he testifies before a panel that will decide whether he should remain in office.
Among Melina Kennedy’s priorities is educating residents and businesses about recycling and making it more convenient.
Democrat John Gregg's chances of winning the governor's office next year will likely hinge on whether President Barack Obama's supporters can work some of the same campaign magic they used in 2008 to turn Indiana a presidential blue for the first time in four decades.