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Gary Snyder: Appointed Senator Zay Is Listening, But Not To Teachers

Appointed Senator Zay is listening, but not to teachers Everyday Hoosiers in Senate District 17 want an accessible, quality public school education for their children and neighbors.  Public schools are

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Ryan Farrar releases first radio ad.

Ryan Farrar, Democratic nominee for Indiana State Senate District 6, releases his first radio ad.

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The GOP should pick another SOS candidate before the filing deadline

by Andrew Horning Article 6, Section I of the Constitution of the State of Indiana says of Secretary, Auditor and Treasurer of State candidates: “no person shall be eligible to

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Indiana Democratic Party 6-24-18 Weekly Radio Address Podcast

Chairman John Zody and his weekly radio address podcast: We are for making sure every Hoosier feels safe, secure and protected equally under Indiana law – period.

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Ed Liptrap 6-18-18 Weekly Radio Address Podcast

Democratic State Senate candidate Ed Liptrap with his 6-18-18 Weekly Radio Address Podcast.

AP Investigation: Sustainable seafood dealer sold fishy tale

[unable to retrieve full-text content]MONTAUK, New York (AP) — An Associated Press investigation finds that a leading sustainable seafood distributor who promised wild-caught, domestic fish traceable back to a dock

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Mark Rutherford, Libertarian Secretary of State Candidate, Drops First Radio Spot

Mark Rutherford, Libertarian candidate for Indiana Secretary of State, release his first radio ad defending small business. The ad wil run on Indiana Talks at the top and bottom of

Charitable giving in US tops $400 billion for first time

[unable to retrieve full-text content]NEW YORK (AP) — Fueled by a surging stock market and huge gifts from billionaires, charitable giving in the United States in 2017 topped the $400

Supreme Court allows Ohio voter purge

[unable to retrieve full-text content]WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is allowing Ohio to clean up its voting rolls by targeting people who haven’t cast ballots in a while. Source: