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JASPER, Ind. – Had it not been for the third podium between them at Tuesday’s gubernatorial debate, Republican incumbent Mitch Daniels and Democratic candidate Jill Long Thompson might not have realized Libertarian Andy Horning on stage. The first two spent the evening attacking each other’s policies and sometimes their character, while Horning protested the evils of big-party politics.“For a very long time we have felt just that we don’t have a choice,” Horning said. “What do you hate most about politics? Every time we vote for a major party ticket, we vote for 100 years of division.”
FRENCH LICK, Ind. – Less than a day after their second debate in
Jasper, Ind., Indiana’s gubernatorial candidates met with reporters and
editors from newspapers across the state.
JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. – Democratic vice-presidential candidate Joe Biden
asked voters to imagine a different kind of country Wednesday night.
A country where everyone can afford college.
One that only goes to war when necessary.
An America that demands the world’s respect again.
Ted Carmines has been teaching a course on the presidential election
every four years for the last 30. The political science professor
remembers the last time the state of Indiana voted for the Democratic
nominee: 1964, the year almost everyone did.
Lyndon B. Johnson won by a landslide, defeating Republican Barry
Goldwater, who won only six states. Carmines said this is the point in
the presidential election where normally the Republican nominee would
be ahead by 10 to 15 points in Indiana.
NEW YORK – The economic crisis and raw politics threatened to derail
the first presidential debate as Sen. John McCain challenged Sen.
Barack Obama to delay the Friday forum and join forces to help
Washington fix the financial mess.
Bayh will talk
about the separation of church and state in the Moot Court Room at the
IU School of Law. Read the story.
Kal Penn, actor in Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle will be visiting IU for the
second time in a year.
At 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 28 in Dunn Meadow, Democracy Matters, a
group new to IU this semester, will host Penn's speech along with music, games and free food.
Kal Penn, actor of "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle" fame, will be visiting IU for the second time in a year. Read the story.
event is hosted by the Brown County Democratic Central Committee.
Candidates for Monroe County Auditor, Coroner, Surveyor, and Treasurer.
Vice presidential candidates face off in a nationally televised debate.
Don't forget to register to vote. Story: Deadline approachesStory: Student groups push to register
Second of three nationally televised, live debate.
Bayh received a 40-second
standing ovation at the IU School of Law after he told the story of how
seven Yale law students helped bring down President Richard Nixon’s
nomination of G. Harrold Carswell to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Classes. Dorms. Tables. Bars. Greek houses. Concerts.
With 10 days left until deadline, college organizers are using every method they can to register voters in Monroe County.
The deadlines for absentee voting by mail are approaching, including Indiana’s.
By Oct. 6, anyone wishing to vote absentee in Indiana must have mailed a request for a ballot to their county clerk’s office.
Don't forget to vote.
WASHINGTON – Republican John McCain agreed to attend the first
presidential debate Friday night even though Congress doesn’t have a
bailout deal, reversing an earlier decision to delay the event until
Washington had taken action to address the crisis.