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.
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Indiana House approves COVID-19 liability protection bill
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Former judge, ATC chair Cook named Indiana inspector general
A former Marion County judge and the current chairman of the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission is moving to a new public service position next month, transitioning to the role of Indiana inspector general.Read More
Indiana Statehouse closed leading up to Biden inauguration
The Indiana Statehouse complex will be closed to the public through Wednesday and state legislative meetings this week are canceled because of possible protests related to President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. The closure comes as law enforcement and National Guard forces have fortified security in the nation’s capital and in state capitals around the country amid threats of violence.Read More
Save for a few moments of friction, it was cordial at the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre in Carmel on Thursday, when the five leading Republican gubernatorial candidates shared their platforms with a conservative-friendly crowd in a friendly forum.
Candidates for statewide office filed their campaign finance reports for the second half of 2023 on Wednesday, offering more insight into just how expensive the competitive GOP primary in the 2024 Indiana governor’s race is becoming.
Curtis Hill, now five years removed from a groping scandal that derailed his political ambitions, is working to rehabilitate his image as he revs up his campaign for the Republican nomination for governor.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb broke ground Thursday on a $1.2 billion prison in northern Indiana that will replace two others in the state’s costliest building project ever.
The five leading Republican candidates for Indiana governor shared the same room for the first time on Monday at the Hamilton County GOP Fall Dinner.
Ending weeks of speculation, former Indiana Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers filed formal paperwork Thursday to launch his campaign for the 2024 governor.
Curtis Hill said he would eliminate all state-funded programs that “exist only to pander to identity politics” — including the Indiana Office of Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity — if elected to the state’s highest office in 2024.
Last week, former Attorney General Curtis Hill threw his hat into the ring to succeed Gov. Eric Holcomb. The social conservative is well-recognized around the state, complicating the calculus of candidates vying for the same electorate in the 2024 primary.
Three top GOP candidates for Indiana governor far out-raised their fellow hopefuls in semi-annual campaign finance reports released Monday, with U.S. Sen. Mike Braun recording the largest haul.
Before former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill this week turned the GOP battle for governor into a four-way race, U.S. Sen. Mike Braun was widely considered the favorite among the evangelical conservative wing of the party.
Former embattled Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill joins the growing list of politicos running to succeed term-limited Gov. Eric Holcomb in 2024. Longtime political analyst Andrew Downs says Hill could be successful despite his history.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said explicitly he will not make a bid for the U.S. Senate in 2024, quashing rumors that he would seek federal office after his gubernatorial term ends next year.
Indiana has one of the weakest governor systems in the nation, lacking both a pocket and line-item veto in addition to the low threshold for override.
Former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is considering whether to join the 2024 Republican governor’s race, nearly three years after his reelection bid was derailed by allegations that he drunkenly groped four women during a party.
Longtime public figure Marc Carmichael said he will campaign for Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat in 2024 — the first Democrat to announce for the seat currently held by Sen. Mike Braun, who is stepping down to run for governor.
As schools across the country struggle to find teachers to hire, more governors are pushing for pay increases, bonuses and other perks for the beleaguered profession — with some vowing to beat out other states competing for educators.
Former Indiana state schools Superintendent Jennifer McCormick launched a 2024 campaign for governor Thursday, taking on the daunting goal of flipping the state’s top office from Republican to Democrat after making the same political switch herself.
Libertarian Donald Rainwater announced his intention to run for governor in 2024 after netting an historic 11.4% in the 2020 gubernatorial election as a third-party candidate.