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Space for early voting will almost double with the recent decision to
expand available space in the Curry Building at 214 W. Seventh St.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the seventh circuit declared the public
sex offender database “constitutionally insufficient” Tuesday.
Gregg visited the Monroe County Building Association meeting Thursday to discuss his campaign.
Levison is a volunteer with the Democratic Party of Monroe County, but
her work on campus Wednesday wasn’t about any one party. It was about
ensuring students knew the value of their vote in November and, of
course, that they were registered to do so.
The Monroe County Election Board determined four satellite voting sites Thursday for early and absentee voting.
Rep. Mike Pence, R-6th District, released his seventh television
advertisement less than a week after unveiling a detailed higher
education policy proposal.
IU history professor Michael Grossberg was
going to drive to North Carolina to watch President Obama’s
speech. The Democratic National Convention didn’t have room for him.
Party politics ring loud. Power doesn’t have to.
Pancakes, Pence shirts and political action were up for discussion at the Monroe County Republicans’ breakfast Saturday.
Now, Blair is the head advocate for Senate Concurrent Resolution 7,
commonly referred to as the Jennifer Act, which compelled the General
on Mental Health and Addiction to study involuntary commitment of persons with substance use disorders.
In a flip-flop move that surprised some and angered others, Democrats
changed their platform position concerning Israel during the party’s
The email went out Thursday, hours before President Barack Obama
addressed the Democratic National Convention. The Indiana Republican
Party sent a message titled “Lost and Found.”
Now, 14 years later, Welch has signed a pledge to combat her
consultants’ urging to attack Peggy Mayfield, the Republican running for
her seat in the Indiana House.
The Monroe County Democrats had a caucus Monday to fill the county
council at-large seat left empty after Warren Henegar, a long-time
public servant in Bloomington, passed away Aug. 21.
Three state senators have submitted a motion to U.S. District Judge
Sarah Evans Barker, seeking to intervene in Indiana Attorney General
Greg Zoeller’s decision not to uphold parts of the state’s immigration
Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg announced plans Wednesday
to strengthen Indiana small businesses and manufacturing.
The first time Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., the third most senior member
of the U.S. Senate, was mentioned in a speech was not at the Republican
National Convention but at the Democratic one.
The Indiana Debate Commission is accepting questions for two debates for U.S. senator and three debates for the governor’s race.
The IU College Republicans mixed politics and chicken wings as they
welcomed new members to their group Friday night at BuffaLouie’s.
Along Information Alley on the west side of the market, Democrats and
Republicans passed out their messages and a few signs and buttons to