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    Profiling the Candidates for House District 84

    House District 84 is currently represented by State Representative Bob Morris (R-Fort Wayne). The district is located inside Allen County and encompasses primarily the northeast side of Fort Wayne. The district is reliably Republican. Current representative Morris came into office in 2010 when he won the caucus to replace Randy Borror who had resigned. This […]

    OPEN ITEM: Indiana TV Landscape Shakeup

    Big change in the Fort Wayne television landscape as the stations collectively known as “Indiana’s News Center” were sold and will now be operated jointly by Quincy Newspapers, Inc. of Illinois, according to Paul Wyche of the Journal Gazette. These stations comprise the ABC and NBC affiliates in the Fort Wayne market, as well as […]

    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 […]

    Profiling Indiana’s Eighth Congressional District Race

    This week Hoosier Access takes a look at the Republican candidates for the Indiana’s Eighth Congressional District. Career heart surgeon turned Congressman Larry Bucshon (R-Newburgh) is running for his third term to this office and is being challenged by local businessman Andrew McNeil. Historically speaking the Eighth Congressional District has been the source of the […]

    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 – Messer Holds Down the House, Stands up for Life

    As many readers may already know this week marked the 41st anniversary of the landmark Roe vs. Wade decision which made abortion legal in the United States. Each year on the anniversary pro-life activists gather in Washington to march to protest this decision. Congressman Luke Messer (R-Shelbyville) gave a speech on the floor of the […]

    OPEN ITEM: Agendas, Campaigns and Polls Make the News

    Before we get into the political news of the day, I want to take just a brief moment at the top of our open item to mention what was a tough day for Indiana and an even tougher day for students and supporters of Purdue University. While we engage in our debates and discussions over […]

    Michael Scott is Running for State Representative

    I thought we might continue our pop culture run with a reference to the popular NBC sitcom The Office. While Michael Scott is running for the Republican nomination to the 91st House District, it is not Steve Carell’s character from The Office. Scott does have the distinction of being the first Republican to file with […]

    Students in the Spotlight Today – Open Item

    Yesterday it was Congressman Todd Young (R-Bloomington) getting all the attention for getting his first bill passed. Now the delegation’s other Todd, Congressman Todd Rokita (R-Clermont) is working to get his Student Success Act passed. Consideration continues on his legislation on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives at 9 am this morning. This […]


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