Donald Trump’s support appears to have eroded from an 11-point lead in mid-August, according to a recent poll. His campaign has been dogged by recent accusations of sexual misconduct against women.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence suggested Sunday that Trump’s claim of a ‘rigged” election stems only from his belief the media is ganging up on him. Not long after, Trump undermined Pence’s comments.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is facing bipartisan condemnation about comments he made in 2005, stating that when you’re a star “you can do anything to women,” including grope their private parts.
The three gubernatorial candidates—Democrat John Gregg, Republican Eric Holcomb and Libertarian Rex Bell—debated issues relating to jobs and the economy at the debate at University of Indianapolis.
Based on their records and campaign promises, neither of the major party candidates for governor seem likely to radically reshape Indiana’s energy policies.
With less than two months until Election Day, Eric Holcomb, 48, is in a dead heat in the race for governor. Holcomb describes his career as one of “answering the call.” But he says he reflected with his wife, Janet, before committing to this fall’s campaign.
Indiana Republican Party Chairman Jeff Cardwell is in hot water with some in his party for promoting his own private business using email lists culled to support GOP politics.
A Democratic Super PAC is swooping in to help Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Evan Bayh as Republican Todd Young taps some GOP heavyweights to make the case for his election. While a Bayh win in November appeared to be favored when he unexpectedly jumped into the race, it appears the race is now becoming something […]
Both the U.S. Senate and Indiana gubernatorial races could be tossups by the time Election Day rolls around.
Despite a small decline in the margin, Donald Trump has a strong lead in the state over Democrat Hillary Clinton, the new poll shows.
The Indiana Debate Commission announced Tuesday that the first debate will take place at Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis, the day after the first scheduled presidential debate.
Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb’s campaign says it will start running TV ads soon, and that it’s been using phone banks, door-to-door efforts and social media to reach voters. Democrat John Gregg has been advertising aggressively.
Former President George W. Bush will stop in Indianapolis during a fundraising trip to the state next month for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Todd Young.
House Minority Leader Scott Pelath says state government will lack leadership for the rest of the year with Mike Pence’s extended campaign absences and his lame-duck status after having to drop his re-election bid.
The sprawling section of the state might not be a gimme for the GOP in a race one Democratic strategist says is between “Miss Indiana and Mr. Tennessee.”
The Indiana Republican Party plans to formally approve Eric Holcomb’s pick Monday.