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    OPEN ITEM – Some National Recognitions for Indianapolis

    Indianapolis landmarks received two recognitions this past week. First, the Indianapolis International Airport was rated best in the continent by the Airports Council International. Justin Mack with the Indianapolis Star reports that the airport has received this recognition for the second year in a row and for the third time in the last four years. […]

    OPEN ITEM – Which Indiana Legislators are Most Conservative?

    In a state as conservative as Indiana it can be hard to be more conservative than the next legislator. Well, for the first time the American Conservative Union has taken a crack at evaluating Indiana’s state legislators with a view toward identifying legislators whose rhetoric matches their voting record. This year the ACU identified four […]

    OPEN ITEM – Propane Emergency and Candidate Filings

    A big story that impacts many Hoosiers and other families across the Midwest is the current shortage of propane. While it isn’t as big an issue in urban areas, there are a number of people who depend on propane to heat their homes. As the record cold weather has rocked this region of the country […]

    Profiling the Indiana State Treasurer Race

    Over the course of the past week, I reached out to the three declared candidates for the Republican nomination to be the next Indiana State Treasurer: Marion Mayor Wayne Seybold, financial adviser Don Bates, Jr. and Indiana Office of the Treasurer employee Kelly Mitchell. These individuals have chosen to take on a daunting task of […]

    OPEN ITEM – Senator Coats Takes on Harry Reid

    Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) received a great deal of attention when he voted for the motion to proceed for the Senate to consider extending unemployment benefits without offsetting the cost of that extension. He defended his vote to proceed based on the assumption that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) would allow him and his […]

    Connie Lawson Visits Allen County Republicans

    Secretary of State Connie Lawson visited the Downtown GOP Club earlier this week to share information about her work and take questions from the Republican activists who gathered to hear from her. Lawson indicated that her passion for the work of the office comes from earlier in her political career when she served as a […]

    We Get the Government We Deserve

    This weekend we saw a number of frustrated citizens take a stand to show that they will not allow the government to close our monuments. Depending on who you speak with in the political world, this may seem like a hollow gesture. “What did they actually accomplish?” is a question you might hear. Here’s what […]

    Guess who is adding a new member to their leadership team

    Word is that a certain player in Indiana politics is adding a new top-tier member to their team. We can’t give you more than that right now though — you’ll have to check back tomorrow morning. For now, however, with so much going on between congressional campaigns, 2016 POTUS start-ups, state legislature candidates, statewide office […]

    Casey Cox Elected State Representative in HD 85

    State Representative Casey Cox (R-Fort Wayne) was elected today to complete the term of long-time legislator Phyllis Pond at a caucus earlier this evening. Rep. Cox, a self-described “Regan baby” will represent the 85th District, which includes portions of northeast Fort Wayne, the City of New Haven, and a large swath of northern and eastern […]

    House District 85 Gets a New Representative

    The Indiana Statehouse lost a Representative a few weeks ago with the passing of State Representative Phyllis Pond (R-New Haven). Prior to her death she announced her intention to resign from her position representing Indiana House District 85 due to declining health, triggering a caucus to replace her. That caucus is scheduled to take place […]


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