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Election polls aren’t everything, but if new numbers in the Senate and
presidential races hold true, Election night could be a nail biter.
The City of Bloomington has released a newly drafted vision statement
and is seeking public input through ImagineBloomington workshops, the
first of which was Monday night at the Monroe County Library.
On Oct. 24, AAA Hoosier Motor Club reported Indiana gas prices dropped nearly 20 cents from Oct. 17-24.
In the week leading up to the elections, Monroe County Council president
and Democratic candidate Geoff McKim and Republican candidate Skip
Daley have sent out press releases detailing their plans for the coming
Media interest in the gender gap, the difference between percentages of
males and females that vote for a particular candidate, is nothing new,
but could just be relevant as ever.
Monroe County was the second stop Saturday for Pence and his Big Red
Truck Tour. By Monday, the tour will have covered the entire state of
Indiana, said Christy Denault, Mike Pence for Indiana communications
There’s a leader emerging in the U.S. Senate race between Republican
candidate and State Treasurer Richard Mourdock and Democratic Rep. Joe
Donnelly, D-2nd District. Donnelly leads Mourdock 47 percent to 36 percent, according to the third Howey/DePauw Indiana Battleground Poll.
Still deciding how to vote today? Throughout the election
season, U.S. Senate and gubernational candidates in Indiana have been
endorsed by the following organizations and individuals across the
The Indiana Department of Education released new A-F accountability
grades Wednesday. Compared to last year, more Indiana schools received
the state’s lowest rating.
A Monroe County Travel Board team consisting of a Republican and Democratic representative assisted 30 Garden Villa senior citizens in the voting process Oct. 25.
Citizens in 22 states, including Indiana, have filed petitions on the
White House website to secede from the United States following the Nov. 6
election in which President Barack Obama was re-elected.
Election 2012 was not kind to state Democratic candidates. Republicans
now form a supermajority in the Indiana General Assembly. Democrats
maintained their hold in the Senate and lost nine seats in the House.
One week after the general election, Indiana Republicans at the state,
local and university level are nursing wounds, celebrating victories and
looking toward the future.
Election 2012 brought Republican membership in the state House of
Representatives from 60 to 69 members, with Democrats down from 40 to 31
members. Republicans needed 67 seats to lock in the supermajority.
A new mandate requires all battery-powered smoke detectors be
upgraded to hard-wired interconnected smoke detectors.
During the open house, former Monroe County Clerk and County Recorder
Haley received a surprise when her close friends and co-workers
announced they were naming a conference room after her.
The first section of Interstate 69 opened to traffic Nov. 19, with grand
opening events attended by Gov. Mitch Daniels, and federal, state and
The American Conservative Union ranked Indiana state legislators for the first time during the 2012 legislative session.
The seven-term state representative lost her reelection bid 59 percent to 41 percent.She
said she was disappointed about the prospects of not serving in the
Statehouse again but was confident in knowing she did all she could to
market herself to potential voters.
Indiana taxpayers will receive a $111 tax refund just for filing their 2012 income tax returns.