Legislature will consider redistricting along with controversial education issues.
The Indiana Recount Commission has dismissed a Democratic challenge to the Republican candidate's victory in the race for secretary of state.
Figures released Monday by the Indiana secretary of state’s office show that about 1.79 million Hoosiers cast ballots for the Nov. 2 election.
The Indiana Democratic Party says the Democrat who lost the race for secretary of state should get the job if Republican winner Charlie White cannot serve because of alleged voter fraud.
Republican governors meeting in San Diego said Thursday their statehouse victories in the Midwest leave the party well positioned for 2012 in the battlefield that often determines the presidency.
New Republican Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma says he’s serious about seeking bipartisan support in the upcoming legislative session.
Sarah Palin is the most polarizing of the potential 2012 Republican presidential candidates, while Mitch Daniels is one of the least recognized, a new survey finds.
Democrats lost 12 House seats, two congressmen and a U.S. senator, and the party failed to win any of three state offices.
Our ship of state sails not on a straight and steady course. Rather, it tacks and stalls.
With new control of the Indiana House, Republican lawmakers plan to pursue an agenda focused on encouraging the private sector to create jobs and passing a budget without tax increases.
Republicans picked up the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Democrat Evan Bayh and two southern Indiana congressional seats that had been held by Democrats. They also appeared poised to claim a two-thirds majority in the Indiana Senate and take control of the state House of Representatives.
Voters shot down school referendums in several central Indiana districts Tuesday, including Zionsville, Anderson, Center Grove, Mount Vernon, Shelby County and Elwood.
Republicans defeated Democratic Rep. Baron Hill and captured another seat Tuesday that the party had targeted as part of its effort to win control of the U.S. House, but Rep. Joe Donnelly prevented a GOP sweep of Indiana’s three swing districts.