Retiring Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh has contributed $1 million from his campaign funds to help the Indiana Democratic Party in
its quest to hold on to the seat.
Sticking points include a bill that would delay an unemployment insurance tax increase and provide tax breaks and incentives to create jobs.
In a recent interview with Barrons, Daniels gave far more detail about how he’d apply his approach to state government
at the federal level.
The only Democrat seeking to run for the Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Evan Bayh has missed out on qualifying for Indiana’s
May primary ballot.
Sen. Evan Bayh’s decision not to seek a third term left Indiana Democrats on Monday scrambling to identify a general election
candidate while grappling with the loss of their most reliable vote-getter and the only party member to win a statewide office
in the past decade.
Tired of partisan politics, Sen. Evan Bayh told a standing-room-only crowd at an Indianapolis news conference Monday afternoon
that he will
eschew reelection and wants to “serve society in another way.”
U.S. Sen. Evan Bayh has a news conference scheduled for 2 p.m. at IUPUI’s
Place Conference Center and Hotel, where he will announce that he won’t run for re-election. "I do not love
Congress," he said in a prepared statement.
Republican Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita is running for the congressional seat being vacated by longtime Congressman
The Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute says that all 92 state counties could reap big cost savings — more than $300,000 in Marion
County alone — if they used vote centers on Election Day instead of traditional precinct locations.
Republican U.S. Rep. Steve Buyer announced Friday that he will not seek re-election this fall and will leave Congress after
18 years because his wife is ill.
A securities-fraud case Secretary of State Todd Rokita brought against the union last month could make matters worse for the
already hobbled ISTA, blunting its ability to help elect Democrats in November.
The Supreme Court threw out a 63-year-old law designed to restrain the influence of big business and unions on elections,
ruling that corporations may spend as freely as they like to support or oppose candidates.
A proposal in the Indiana Statehouse would stop homeowners’ associations from banning political signs in members’ yards and
windows near elections.