The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected an appeal from Sidney Powell and other lawyers allied with former President Donald Trump over $150,000 in sanctions.
Election vs. selection: An update on the dispute over Lake Superior Court judges
The dispute over judicial elections versus merit selection in Indiana’s most populous — and diverse — counties isn’t new, but it is ongoing. Right now, the debate seems to be centered on Lake County.Read More
‘I’ve been told I couldn’t vote’: Hoosiers with felony records, pretrial detainees still eligible to cast ballots
In the United States, an estimated 4.6 million Americans are ineligible to vote due to a felony conviction, according to a 2022 voting rights study conducted by The Sentencing Project. That’s equal to one out of every 50 American adults.Read More
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
The Senate Elections Committee on Monday added an amendment to a bill that could block some Hoosiers from running for state attorney general.
Six challenges to U.S. Senate hopeful John Rust’s candidacy were filed by Friday’s deadline — increasing the likelihood that the Seymour egg farmer will be kept off the GOP primary ballot in May.
IN justices stay injunction against ballot access law that would have allowed Rust to appear on GOP primary ballot
The Indiana Supreme Court has put on hold an injunction that would allow U.S. Senate candidate John Rust to appear on the Indiana Republican primary ballot in May.
Special counsel Jack Smith urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday to let former President Donald Trump’s 2020 election interference case proceed to trial without further delay.
One Democratic candidate for governor appears on the candidate list for the Secretary of State’s Office, though she might fall short of minimum signature requirements.
A Georgia judge who is deciding whether to toss Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis off her election interference case against former President Donald Trump has set a hearing for Thursday.
Report stresses need to boost voter registration ahead of 2024 election: 2023 civic health index shows continued lag in Hoosiers’ voting practices
Indiana’s struggles with voter registration and turnout are nothing new.
Former President Donald Trump is asking the Supreme Court to extend the delay in his election interference trial, saying he is immune from prosecution on charges he plotted to overturn his 2020 election loss.
House Bill 1264 has won praise from some who say it would improve election security. But it’s also rankled voting rights advocates — who fear it could disenfranchise some eligible voters — and deadlocked the bipartisan state clerks association.
Whether U.S. Senate hopeful John Rust can appear on Indiana’s primary ballot is now up to the state’s supreme court justices.
There’s uncertainty whether President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump will participate in debates this year ahead of the November presidential election.
Former President Donald Trump faces a Monday deadline for asking the Supreme Court to extend the delay in his trial on charges he plotted to overturn his 2020 election loss.
Dozens of candidates for Indiana’s top elected offices will hit Hoosier primary ballots this spring — including a whopping eight gubernatorial hopefuls, more than 150 state-level job-seekers and more than five-dozen congressional contenders.
Former President Donald Trump won Nevada’s Republican presidential caucuses Thursday after he was the only major candidate to compete, winning his third straight state as he tries to secure his party’s nomination.
The Supreme Court seems poised to reject attempts to kick former President Donald Trump off the 2024 ballot.
The Indiana Supreme Court will be holding four oral arguments this month in cases ranging from ballot access to the seizure of evidence.
U.S. Rep. Victoria Spartz has announced her intent to file for re-election, a move that will make for a complicated GOP primary in which at least six other Republicans have announced plans to run for her seat.
Illinois’ election board on Tuesday kept former President Donald Trump on the state’s primary ballot, a week before the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on whether his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol disqualifies him from the presidency.
Republican lawmakers in Indiana want first-time voters to prove they live in the state and additional verification of all voters’ addresses.