The website Howey Politics Indiana reported Thursday that its poll conducted with DePauw University shows U.S. Senate candidates Joe Donnelly and Richard Mourdock in a virtual tie about six weeks before the Nov. 6 election.
This year's Allen County Republican Party Bean Dinner will feature three high-profile candidates in Indiana's Nov. 6 election.
Applications for absentee ballots for the Nov. 6 general election are available at IndianaVoters.com and through county election boards.
Three U.S. senators will campaign for Richard Mourdock in Fort Wayne on Wednesday afternoon.
The University of Notre Dame has invited President Obama and Republican opponent Mitt Romney to speak on campus ahead of the Nov. 6 election.
Organizers are planning another religious freedom rally at the Allen County Courthouse Green, their third and last this year.
The Indiana Manufacturers Association announced Thursday that it is endorsing state Treasurer Richard Mourdock for a U.S. Senate seat.
Everyone is wondering who will be the next leader of the powerful Indiana House Ways and Means Committee ... if there is such a thing.
Warsaw mom Monica Boyer, co-founder of Kosciusko Silent NO More, has released her first book about her personal political journey with the Tea Party.
Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., said in an online interview released Monday that he will not stump this fall for Richard Mourdock, who defeated Lugar in their party's primary election.
A Democratic lawmaker known to butt heads with Gov. Mitch Daniels on Wednesday filed an ethics complaint surrounding his upcoming job as president of Purdue University.
Fort Wayne City Councilman John Crawford, R-at large, is well known for his love of numbers.
The state director for Americans for Prosperity, a conservative group that has spent nearly $31 million trying to sway this year's federal elections, will ride into Fort Wayne on Wednesday to campaign against President Obama and Democratic Senate candidate Joe Donnelly.
Hoosiers will see the three candidates for governor square off in three televised debates. The three candidates for senator will debate twice.
Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett responded Friday to a debate request from his opponent -- sort of.
Fort Wayne industrialist Keith Busse said a previous commitment will prevent him from joining Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney at a campaign stop in Chicago next week.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller came out swinging today in defense of his decision to back away from an Indiana immigration law he believes is unconstitutional.
C-SPAN founder and executive chairman Brian Lamb will interview Purdue president-elect Gov. Mitch Daniels about higher education issues and preparing for the role of university president at a public event Sept. 27.
Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., will give the keynote address at the fourth annual Collegiate Energy Summit at Purdue University in West Lafayette.