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  • Bailout lawsuit put Mourdock on political map

    Bailout lawsuit put Mourdock on political map
    Before Indiana Treasurer Richard Mourdock pulled off a historic upset in this year's Republican Senate primary, he was best known to most political observers as the man who tried to stop Chrysler's government-brokered bankruptcy.
  • 2nd District congressional debates a source of debate

    SOUTH BEND -- Voters in north-central Indiana will have two opportunities to see this year's 2nd District congressional candidates in head-to-head debates. Republican Jackie Walorski announced Monday that she will participate in debates sponsored by...

    Libertarian says his advantage is independence

    Libertarian says his advantage is independence
    This year's election campaigns have included plenty of promises from Democrats who say they'll work with Republicans, and Republicans who say they'll work with Democrats. Joe Ruiz, the Libertarian running for north-central Indiana's seat in the U.S....

    Richard Mourdock drops in

    Richard Mourdock drops in
    MISHAWAKA -- "One, two, three, down," a supporter of Indiana Treasurer and Republican Senate nominee Richard Mourdock said as he and about a dozen others practiced doing the wave with campaign signs to welcome Mourdock to town Sunday afternoon. After...

    Democrats retain narrow majority in Senate

    Democrats retain narrow majority in Senate
    WASHINGTON — Democrats retained a narrow majority in the Senate on Tuesday, but Republicans kept their grip on the House, delivering another divided, and highly polarized, Congress. The balance of power was likely to shift by no more than a seat...