A central Indiana man who was one of three Republican candidates who advanced in the primary for a township board position has withdrawn after being charged with murder in connection with the March death of his wife.
Paper trail: Indiana’s push to create a paper backup for electronic voting machines drawing opposition
Groups that advocate for paper ballots and verifiable paper trails lobbied against the bill, HEA 1116, that calls for Indiana touch-screen voting machines to be retrofitted with devices that produce a paper printout.Read More
Attorneys in Statehouse work long hours to meet demands of lawyering, legislating
Many legal professionals see the enormous difficulty in running a successful law practice while being an effective legislator as the primary reason why more attorneys are not filling the seats in the Indiana House and Senate.Read More
Proposed redistricted maps have ‘extreme levels of partisan bias,’ but overturning them will be difficult
Indiana’s new legislative and congressional maps will likely be on their way to getting the governor’s signature by Oct. 1, and many may be wondering what comes next.Read More
‘Ordered freedom’: AG Rokita sets agenda focused on ‘liberty’
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita recently sat down with Indiana Lawyer to answer questions about his first 100 days in office and his agenda for the next four years.Read More
A recount will be held in a Republican primary race for a suburban Indianapolis legislative seat where the top two candidates are separated by six votes.
A group of voters who challenged U.S. Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene’s eligibility to run for reelection said Monday they have filed an appeal of the Georgia secretary of state’s decision that she can appear on the ballot.
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority sided Monday with Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and struck down a provision of federal campaign finance law, a ruling that a dissenting justice said runs the risk of causing “further disrepute” to American politics.
The great vote-by-mail wave appears to be receding just as quickly as it arrived.
The general election isn’t until Nov. 8. But the race for Marion County prosecutor already is well underway, with the Republican challenger boasting a $1 million fundraising goal in her effort to unseat Democratic incumbent Ryan Mears.
Cryptocurrency tycoons are emerging as the new power players in American politics.
As election security continues to be a hotly debated topic two years after the 2020 election, Indiana’s secretary of state says a plan to double the number of post-election audits this year is another step toward assuring voters that the state’s election results are accurate.
Frustrated Indiana conservatives fell short in most primary races Tuesday in their drive to push the Republican-controlled state Legislature further to the right, and two of the movement’s leaders lost their reelection bids.
Former state Sen. Erin Houchin has won the crowded Republican primary for an open congressional seat from a solidly GOP district in southern Indiana.
Frustrated conservatives wanting to push the Republican-controlled Indiana Legislature further to the right are trying to unseat several GOP lawmakers in Tuesday’s primary.
As Hoosiers return to the polls for the first time since November 2020, the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights will be available to help any voter who encounters a problem casting a ballot.
Indiana’s first Election Day after pandemic-related complications comes Tuesday, and a few hotly contested primary races are in the spotlight.
Two newly redrawn Indiana House districts in Indianapolis’ northern suburbs have attracted a total of six Republican candidates looking to advance to November’s general election.
Terre Haute attorney Bopp representing Marjorie Taylor Greene in reelection lawsuit; IU McKinney prof provides historic context
Terre Haute attorney James Bopp Jr. is representing embattled U.S. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene in a lawsuit filed by Georgia voters looking to disqualify her from reelection.
The Indiana Election Commission has been added to the list of “administrative agencies” considered in Indiana’s Rules of Appellate Procedure.
Crawford Co. judge involved in 2019 shooting ends reelection bid following ‘incident,’ steps down from bench
A southern Indiana judge who was involved in an early-morning brawl that led to a shooting in downtown Indianapolis in 2019 is ending her 2022 reelection campaign following another undisclosed “incident” and has stepped down from the bench.
Former casino executive and state lawmaker John Keeler pleaded guilty in federal court Monday morning to one count of filing a false tax return in connection with a scheme to funnel illegal casino cash into a congressional campaign in 2016.
A former state lawmaker, two military veterans and a small business owner are in a crowded primary race for a chance to nab the new Indiana House seat representing Boone and Hendricks counties.
Tennessee Republican lawmakers are coming around on a paper-backed voting mandate. A similar scenario is playing out in some of the five other states — including Indiana — that do not currently have a voting system with a paper record.