Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, under fire from his own party after allegations of sexual misconduct, has found a more welcoming reception from the Republican Attorneys General Association.
With Election Day a week away, the three candidates for the Indiana’s U.S. Senate seat met for a second and final debate Tuesday night with all three sticking to messages crafted in their television ads and the prior debate.
Special interests, political action committees and individuals combined to pour more than $9.5 million into Indiana’s Senate race in the third quarter that ended Sept. 30, with the overall amount raised topping $28 million.
The Speaker's reported sexual encounter leads to claims of intimidation by the woman and a letter of support from fellow Republicans.
A committee assigned to study hate crimes legislation decided to punt to the Indiana General Assembly Wednesday, making no specific recommendation for the 2019 legislative session.