Rep. Donna Schaibley, has served House District 24—parts of Boone and Hamilton counties—since 2014.
Majority Leader Steve Scalise was nominated for speaker by a majority of Republicans early Wednesday. But a significant number of Republicans said they planned to protest his official election.
Scalise, as the second-ranking Republican, is seen as a hero among colleagues for having survived severe injuries from a mass shooting during a congressional baseball practice in 2017. He is now battling blood cancer.
Indiana lawmakers on Tuesday reviewed the results of a “first-of-its-kind” request of higher education cost and debt data—and found it lacking.
The latest attempt will rest on a sweeping law known as the Higher Education Act, which gives the education secretary authority to waive student loans, although how far that power extends is the subject of legal debate.
The Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce has historically favored incumbents in mayoral elections.
A lawsuit filed by Republican U.S. Senate candidate John Rust appears to be in a stalemate amid the search for a new judge, disagreements over filing timelines and contention over a deposition.
Republican Jefferson Shreve and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett addressed a range of topics, including charter schools and food insecurity, but issues of policing and gun violence took center stage.
Hogsett will be back out in the community Saturday, city spokesman Mark Bode said in a statement. He will also take part in a debate Sunday with Republican Jefferson Shreve.
Republican Sue Finkam and Democrat Miles Nelson are running to replace Brainard, a Republican who has served since 1996. Write-in candidate Darin Johnson is also running, but his name will not appear on election ballots.
Throughout the country, suburban areas are the new election battleground, with large cities reliably going Democrat and rural areas largely voting Republican.
Ashton Gleckman, 23, wrote, directed, edited and co-scored eight hourlong episodes that chronicle the life of John F. Kennedy.
A poll on the Indianapolis mayoral election released by Indy Politics this week showed Democratic Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett with a significant lead over Republican Jefferson Shreve, but 16% of voters are still undecided.
Lopez is running on the Republican ticket for House District 39, which includes portions of Carmel and Westfield.
WXIN-TV Channel 59 will host a televised debate Thursday, Oct. 26, at 7 p.m. on Fox 59 and CBS 4, the stations announced Wednesday.
Jefferson Shreve rolled out a detailed plan Tuesday to improve Indianapolis Animal Care Services, one day after Mayor Joe Hogsett revealed his own agenda for helping the city’s crowded, understaffed animal shelter.
Hurt, an attorney with law offices in Noblesville and Kokomo, faces four other candidates hoping to fill the seat being vacated by U.S. Rep. Victoria Spartz.
Other GOP contenders share similar concerns, while some defend the controversial project as a wise economic move.
Just two other candidates have filed to face Baird in 2024: Charles Bookwalter and Jerry Jones.