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INDIANAPOLIS – As the announcement came over the big screen at 7:15
p.m. on election night, not many people noticed inside the Marriott
hotel downtown. They were too busy mulling over the 7:01 p.m.
announcement that Indiana was “too close to call” in the presidential
A fight between two long-time rivals ended in a landslide Tuesday.
CHICAGO – Believe. For a campaign based on that very slogan, some Barack Obama fans still
can’t believe it. After 21 months of campaigning, they have their
president. An endless sea of 125,000 jumping, screaming and singing fans gathered
in Grant Park on Tuesday to witness a historic speech as Obama became
the 44th president and first black president of the United States.
President-elect Barack Obama squeaked out a 13,000-vote victory in
Indiana on Tuesday, putting the state’s electoral votes in the
Democratic column for the first time since 1964.
Democrats expanded their control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate in Tuesday's election.
When students step in to vote Tuesday, Huckabee’s name will not appear on
the ballot. However, the American public can still vote for him through
a write-in ballot.
The grand hall of the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center was host to a
cacophony of young voices, cheers and livetelevised election coverage
Tuesday night as roughly 250 people gathered for the NMBCC’s election
night watch party and food drive. Students sat around tables, some with
laptops laid out in front of them and textbooks off to the side. Others
leaned against the walls and watched as the presidential election
results emerged as a victory for Obama, the clear favorite among those
gathered. As state results were announced live throughout the evening,
people cheered and applauded for Obama’s victories.
State Senator Vi Simpson discusses her ideas for increasing transparency and accountability in Indiana's government.
A proposal to provide health benefits for the domestic partners of city
employees was approved Monday by the Indianapolis City-County Council.
Simpson, who is running with Democrat John Gregg, discussed the
importance of agriculture to the Indiana economy, though she did not
discuss specific plans to protect or enrich the industry.
The Mike Pence for Indiana campaign recently launched Pence Corps, an
online program that allows the gubernatorial candidate’s supporters to
become “Neighborhood Captains” and compete against one another for
The commissioners have had public meetings at 9 a.m. every Friday since
at least 1988. Some residents want that changed, and the issue has risen
to the surface just months before the election.
Challengers in elections are nearly always less well-known than their opponents, a disadvantage come Election Day. Shelli Yoder wants voters to know her name.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and presumptive
vice-presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., are expected to be
nominated during Tuesday’s session.
On Monday, Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels and Democratic gubernatorial
and lieutenant gubernatorial candidates John Gregg and Sen. Vi Simspon,
D-Bloomington, respectively, met to discuss implementation of the health
Officials of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., bumped convention happenings back a day.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney addressed The American
Legion on Wednesday during its 94th national convention at the
Indianapolis Convention Center.
IDS photographer Mark Felix captured Wednesday's RNC happenings through a filtered lens, using Instagram and Hipstamatic to photograph the action in Tampa, Fla.
TAMPA, Fla. — During Wednesday’s proceedings at the Republican National
Convention, Indiana’s delegates heard from speakers emphasizing the
importance of change.
The candidates for Ind.’s 9th U.S. House District have yet to face one
another in a public forum, and it’s unclear who, if anyone, is to blame.