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Clear Case of Voter Suppression by Indiana GOP

Sometimes, disputes over voting rights are hard to sort out, since they are often loaded with legalese and hinge on obscure election procedures. But an investigative report by the Indianapolis Star lays out a pretty open-and-shut case...Show More Summary

How the Indiana GOP Used Uneven Early Voting Rules to Tamp Down Democratic Votes

Republicans block early voting opportunities in areas favoring Democrats, while expanding them on their own turf.

After Obama’s 2008 Win, Indiana GOP Added Early Voting in White Suburb, Cut It in Indianapolis

In 2008, Barack Obama squeaked out an unexpected win in Indiana thanks in part to his huge margin of victory in Marion County, which has a large population of black Democrats. The state’s Republicans got to work right away, cutting early...Show More Summary

Indiana GOP's Request For 'Obamacare Horror Stories' Fails Spectacularly

An Indiana Republican Party’s Facebook post requesting “horror stories” surrounding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has provided

Indiana GOP's Call for 'Obamacare Horror Stories' Backfires Spectacularly

"The only horror story is that Republicans might take it away." The Indiana Republican Party got more than it bargained for this week when it put out a call on social media for people’s “Obamacare horror stories.” The Hill reported Tuesday that...Show More Summary

Indiana GOP asked for Obamacare horror stories and got tons of praise instead

Republicans are trying to do everything they can to make their unpopular healthcare bill popular, but there's only so much you can polish a turd. Take what happened in Indiana this week. Members of the state's GOP asked the public to...Show More Summary

Indiana GOP picks Evansville for 2018 state convention

Indiana Republican Party leaders have decided to hold next year's state convention in Evansville. State GOP chairman Kyle Hupfer announced Friday that the June 2018 convention will be at the … Click to Continue »

Indiana GOP Works to Close Cold Beer Loophole

GOP leaders in the Indiana Statehouse have reached agreement on a measure targeting a convenience store owner who used a legal loophole to circumvent the state's stringent law governing who can sell cold beer. A copy of the proposed legislation obtained by the AP sets a bar so high that...

Indiana GOP sending abortion bill back to committee again

Indiana House Republicans are taking the unusual step of reassigning an abortion bill back to the same panel that narrowly approved the measure last week. The proposal would require directing … Click to Continue »

Indiana GOP Leaders Kicking the Tires on Tolling for New Construction and/or Express Lanes

WIBC reports, “Senate Republicans are flashing a yellow light on charging tolls as part of a road funding package. House Republicans’ road plan includes asking the federal government for permission to add tolls on existing roads. Senate President Pro Tem David Long says Governor Holcomb’s already expressed uneasiness with tolls, and says he agrees. Show More Summary

Indiana GOP lawmaker faces instant backlash after posting meme mocking ‘fat women’ at Women’s March

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A state senator from Indiana has deleted a meme he posted on Facebook over the weekend that made fun of “fat women” who attended this past weekend’s Women’s Marches across the country. Per USA Today, Indiana State Sen. Jack Sandlin faced instant backlash after he posted a...

Indiana GOP Lawmakers and VP-elect Pence Draw Fire for Tax Cuts that have Gutted Transportation Funding

WFHB notes that some of the Indiana Republican lawmakers who are advocating increased spending on transportation infrastructure also “voted for tax cuts that created the revenue shortfall in the first place. The Pence administration signed off on hundreds of millions of dollars in tax cuts per year.... Show More Summary

Indiana GOP Gas Tax Plan Draws Fire after a Decade of Tax Breaks for “Wealthy Hoosiers”

The Herald Bulletin editorial board brands the Republican proposal for higher gas taxes and tolls “unfair” in light of tax policy changes that gave “huge benefits to wealthy Hoosiers over the past decade. The personal income tax rate was cut from 3.4 to 3.23 percent. Show More Summary

Pence tries to boost Indiana GOP candidate for governor

Republican Vice Presidential nominee Mike Pence has made a home-state stop and substantially altered the campaign speech he gives around the country to boost the Republican vying to replace him … Click to Continue »

Key issues in the Indiana gubernatorial campaign

Republican Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb and Democrat John Gregg are facing off to succeed Indiana GOP Gov. Mike Pence. Here are some key issues in the gubernatorial race: ECONOMY Holcomb … Click to Continue »

BREAKING: Another GOP Office Vandalized [VIDEO]

In three recent incidents, one arrest has been made. There was the firebombing in North Carolina, the burglary in San Antonio, and today news that last week, an Indiana GOP office was attacked with bricks. Here's the Fox News report: More: Signs for Trump and Rep. Show More Summary

VANDALS HURL BRICKS Through Windows at Indiana GOP Office (VIDEO)

VANDALS HURLED BRICKS THROUGH THE WINDOWS OF THE DELAWARE COUNTY GOP OFFICES– The criminals caused $1,200 in damages. The Delaware... The post VANDALS HURL BRICKS Through Windows at Indiana GOP Office (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Indiana GOP Rep. Stutzman faces ethics scrutiny

The committee has received a submission from a separate, independent ethics panel called the Office of Congressional Ethics recommending a probe into Stutzman. Stutzman came under criticism during the primary after The Associated Press...Show More Summary

Indiana GOP governor hopeful breaks with Pence on refugees

In Indiana, damage to the state's reputation under Pence has emerged as a potent campaign issue that Democratic candidate for governor, John Gregg, hopes to capitalize on. Pence's tenure was punctuated by his steadfast support for conservative...Show More Summary

Indiana GOP panel backs Gov. Pence's preferred successor

Holcomb, a 48-year-old former state Republican chairman who has never been elected to office, has touted his eight years as a top aide and campaign manager to former Gov. Mitch Daniels and four months as lieutenant governor. Supporters...Show More Summary

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