Indiana Daily Student: With the election quickly approaching Tuesday, local campaigning has not slowed down.Read more
Herald Times: With three more days of early voting to go, Monroe County already has eclipsed its previous record for early ballots cast in person.Read more
Herald Times: Following weeks of investigation of alleged voter fraud by the Indiana State Police and harsh words thrown back and forth from elected officials and groups on both sides of the aisle, the chairmen of the local Republican and Democratic parties on Friday issued a joint statement on the integrity of the electoral process.Read more
Herald-Times: Young or old, every Hoosier has something to lose if U.S. Rep. Todd Young takes his agenda to the U.S. Senate, local Democrats said Thursday.Read more
Indiana Daily Student: At rallies and the final presidential debate, Donald Trump has claimed the election was never in his favor.Read more
Herald Times: Lorenzo Arredondo has been asked why he didn’t just retire after 34 years as a judge in Lake County.Read more
Democrat Lorenzo Arredondo, a Lake County Circuit Judge running for attorney general, will join Monroe County activists to emphasize the importance of the Latino vote in the current election.Read more
Herald-Times: Just over 950 people voted early on Friday as the first week of early voting for the upcoming general election came to an end.
Bloomington – Volunteers for the Monroe County Democratic Party will be offering rides to the polls for local residents in Monroe County who want to vote early. The effort is meant to encourage all local residents, regardless of party affiliation, to take advantage of the early vote.Read more
INDIANAPOLIS — For the first time, gubernatorial candidates Democrat John Gregg, Republican Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb and Libertarian Rex Bell took the stage together Sunday at Indianapolis’ Central Library to discuss issues regarding public transit, school choice vouchers and recent perceived police violence.