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Stutzman Raises $600,000 in Second Quarter

By Abdul Hakim-Shabazz Republican U.S. Senate candidate Marlin Stutzman is reporting raising $600,000 in the second quarter. The Stutzman team says 72% of their contributions cam from private donors. They

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VIDEO: Democratic Candidate for Governor Sen. Karen Tallian Addresses Diversity

“I’m Karen Tallian, not just with a promise, but with a proven record on civil rights for all of Indiana.”

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It’s Back To The Drawing Board For Florida’s District Maps

By Greg Allen In a momentous ruling, Florida’s Supreme Court scrambled the state’s Congressional district maps just over a year before the next election. » E-Mail This …read more Via:

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Donald Trump, arrogant buffoon but the most truthful 2016 Presdential candidate

By Lane Siekman Donald Trump is an arrogant buffoon but he is also probably the most honest and truthful candidate in the 2016 presidential field at the present time. He

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Evangelical Pastors Gather To Learn Another Calling: Politics

By Tom Gjelten Hundreds of conservative evangelical pastors across the country are being trained to run for political office. The project is part of an effort to mobilize an “army”

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Florida Court Rules Eight Congressional Districts Must Be Redrawn

By Greg Allen Florida’s Supreme Court says eight of the state’s 27 congressional districts will have to be redrawn, a move that is shaking up the political map as candidates

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Rokita on Rewriting No Child Left Behind

By Abdul Hakim-Shabazz Indy Politics talks with Indiana Congressman Todd Rokita about the U.S. House of Representatives vote to rewrite No Child Left Behind. The House voted narrowly to rewrite

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Needle Exchange Spreads

By Abdul Hakim-Shabazz The head of Indiana’s Department of Public Health provides Indy Politics with an update on the state’s needle exchange program which began in Scott County to stem

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Debate In Oklahoma Widens Over 10 Commandments Monument

By Rachel Hubbard The state’s high court has ruled the monument must be removed from the Capitol. The governor said the monument will stay. Lawmakers are threatening to impeach the