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  • Democrat John Gregg expected to announce Vi Simpson as running mate

    Democrat John Gregg expected to announce Vi Simpson as running mate
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg is expected to announce his running mate Tuesday afternoon at the Indiana Statehouse. Our partners at the Bloomington Herald Times reports that Gregg has picked Vi Simpson to be his running mate. Simpson is...
  • Gregg chooses Senate Minority Leader Vi Simpson as running mate

    Gregg chooses Senate Minority Leader Vi Simpson as running mate
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg announced he has chosen Senate Minority Leader Vi Simpson as his running mate for Indiana governor.  Gregg revealed his selection for lieutenant governor at the Indiana Statehouse Tuesday morning. “I...
  • Local last-minute campaign events planned

    Local last-minute campaign events planned
    Several candidates have last-minute campaign events in our area planned today. Jackie Walorski is running for Indiana's 2nd District Congressional Seat. Mike Pence is running for Governor. They have a joint rally planned at Stevie's Unique Treats on Main...
  • Pence, Simpson among candidates stopping in St. Joseph Co.

    Pence, Simpson among candidates stopping in St. Joseph Co.
    ST. JOSEPH COUNTY – Some candidates were in St. Joseph County on Monday, making that last-minute push for those undecided voters. Many were just encouraging people to get out and vote. WSBT spent some time with the candidates to check out their...
  • Time has come to cast your vote

    Time has come to cast your vote
    The candidates who have been working for Hoosiers' support this year made their closing arguments Monday and urged people to get out the vote in Tuesday's election. Local Republicans started the morning by packing into Stevie's Unique Treats, a cafe in...
  • Donnelly wants Zody to lead Democrats

    Donnelly wants Zody to lead Democrats
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly asked veteran Capitol Hill staffer John Zody this week to run the Indiana Democratic Party, but his appointment hinges on approval of the party's state central committee. A Democratic official close to...
  • Indiana Senate OKs amendment to ban gay marriages

    INDIANAPOLIS — A movement to add a ban on same-sex marriage and civil unions to the state constitution won another victory Tuesday. The Indiana Senate voted 40-10 in favor of a measure that would allow Hoosiers to vote on an amendment to prohibit...
  • Doctors at two area hospitals stop performing abortions

    Doctors at two area hospitals stop performing abortions
    A law stripping funding from Planned Parenthood is having unintended consequences. Doctors with Indiana University and Wishard Hospital have stopped performing abortions, even on women whose lives may be in jeopardy. It's a stunning development that...
  • Misplaced money: Mistake or political move?

    Misplaced money: Mistake or political move?
    INDIANAPOLIS – State democrats want an investigation after $300 million that was intended for the general fund was instead sat somewhere else unnoticed for years. "I don't know a better way to start than to say Christmas came early," said...
  • Governor Daniels rescinds security restrictions at statehouse

    Governor Daniels rescinds security restrictions at statehouse
    Governor Mitch Daniels announced his decision to rescind the new security restrictions placed at the Indiana Statehouse that took effect at the start of the New Year. The policy restricted the Indiana Statehouse’s capacity. A 3,000 person cap took...
  • Daniels defends right-to-work in 'State' speech

    Daniels defends right-to-work in 'State' speech
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Mitch Daniels defended divisive right-to-work legislation that he only recently put his name behind, while asking House Democrats to end their boycott of the measure. Daniels spent a large amount of his final "State of...