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All posts by Josh Gillespie

I Don’t Mean to be Rude but I Gotta Keep Moving

Please forgive me I don’t mean to be rude but I gotta keep moving I sure wish I could stay but I gotta keep doing What I’ve been called to do And don’t forget me Long after I’m gone and I’m just a memory I hope you can recall what I was saying Was nothing […]

Stability is key for Indiana’s Future

By Speaker Brian C. Bosma Hoosiers have the unique luxury of being the fiscal envy of the nation due to the sound fiscal policies of the last eight years. Rather than discussing which taxes to increase as they are in Kansas and other states, policymakers are having a dialog on which tax to cut. While […]

Club for Growth Proves It Doesn’t “Get” Indiana

It might be an off year in most of the country and here in Indiana, but apparently that doesn’t mean there can’t be a little early blood drawn in potential GOP primaries.  As we have become all too aware in recent years, there is no offseason in elections anymore.  The next round of primaries start […]

Hoosier Access Gets “Tweet Seat” to State of the State

For the past few years Hoosier Access has live blogged and live tweeted the State of the State address.  Tonight, however, our experience for Mike Pence’s very first State of the State address will bring that experience straight from the floor of the Indiana State House in our “Tweet Seats”. I will be joining Gerry […]

Richard Mourdock’s Abortion Comments and Joe Donnelly’s Sophistry

This week, I pulled double duty on WIBC.  First I made my regular pre-presidential debate visit.  The Presidential debate came and went. Most of us who watched it were probably fighting sleep as it failed to yield the fireworks the previous two Presidential debates and the vice presidential debates did.  But leave it to my […]

Positive Poll Gains a Trend for Mitt Romney – Leads in FL & VA

Liberals in America are in full on freak out mode after President Obama’s dismal performance last week in the first presidential debate. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that one debate, especially the first debate, does not make an election. However, Mitt Romney has successfully changed the narrative after one debate and not just […]

Making Indiana the State That Works – Mike Pence’s State GOP Convention Speech

Chairman Holcomb, Friends, Hoosiers and my fellow Republicans, on behalf of my wife Karen and our family, I humbly accept your nomination for governor of the state of Indiana. As most of you know, I’m a lifelong Hoosier. In fact, every member of my family is a Hoosier…except our son. He’s a Boilermaker. I grew […]

Hoosier Access is going to Vegas baby! VEGAS! #RO12

*UPDATED BELOW* No, we’re not talking Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau style Vegas.  Not even Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifiankas style Vegas (frankly, I don’t want to lose a tooth or face down Mike Tyson over a lost tiger while listening to In the Air Tonight by Phil Collins and Genesis).  No, I’m […]

Interview with State Senate District 35 Candidate Daniel Kinnamon

Daniel Kinnamon isn’t a newcomer to Indiana politics, but he may be a new name to a lot of you.  Daniel is currently the state chair of the Indiana Federation of Young Republicans, but is running against the incumbent Republican.  At a time when many voters are dissatisfied with elected leaders who have “been around […]

Interview with 6th Congressional District Candidate Don Bates Jr.

There are very few people who can take up the mantle of leadership in 6th District that is being vacated by Mike Pence after he decided to run for Governor.  The only person who can who is currently running in the 6th District is Don Bates, Jr.  Don is not a career politician.  He has […]


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