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A winning record: recapping the Daniels administration

Governor-elect Mike Pence will be sworn in today at a ceremony just outside the Indianapolis Statehouse at 11 a.m. But until then, Mitch Daniels is the boss.

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Posted in Fiscal Policy, Local, Social Policy

In Which DYNAMO Saves You From Missing Tonight’s Voter Registration Deadline

Look, I’m a college student. I know everybody procrastinates. That’s how I can tell that some of you have yet to register to vote, even though the Indiana voter registration deadline istonight at midnight!

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Posted in Miscellaneous

Hoosier Votes Might Decide Senate Control

A lot of people I’ve talked to have told me their vote for president doesn’t matter that much since Indiana’s a not a swing state (we break 53-39 for Romney). While that may be true, an equally important Senate battle

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Posted in Local

Shadowy IU “Grad” Spooks Feds with Bizarre Politicking

A mysterious New Yorker and IU grad is making some shadowy waves in the national political scene – and he’s got the feds worried.

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Posted in Local

Will Indy’s Supreme Court get a Female Justice?

In 1995, Michigan native Myra Selby made history when she was chosen to be Indiana’s first female supreme court justice by then-Governor Evan Bayh. But when Selby stepped down in 1999 to practice law for Ice Miller, the Hoosier Supreme Court was left without a female

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Posted in Local