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NPR's Live Election Blog

Nov 8, 2016

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WVPE Morning Edition host speaks with Lynn Coleman, the Democratic candidate for Indiana's second district seat in the U.S. House

The final debate between Indiana gubernatorial candidates Eric Holcomb (R), John Gregg (D), and Rex Bell (L) takes place tonight in Evansville. Tune in to 88. 1 WVPE at 7 PM.

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The three candidates for Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat met Tuesday in a debate marked by pointed attacks.

Incumbent Democratic State Superintendent Glenda Ritz and Republican challenger Jennifer McCormick participated in a debate Monday in Fort Wayne. It was moderated by Claire McInerney of Indiana Public Broadcasting and Eric Weddle of WFYI Public Media, Indianapolis.

Candidates for Indiana's open U.S. Senate seat debate at 7 PM Tuesday, Oct. 18, in Indianapolis. Former U.S. Sen. Evan Bayh (D), U.S. Rep. Todd Young (R), and Lucy Brenton (L) are vying to replace retiring Sen. Dan Coats (R).

Presidential Debate Live Fact-Checking

Oct 9, 2016

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President Barack Obama delivered his remarks about the economy at Concord High School in Elkhart Wednesday, June 1, 2016.

Video of the President's appearance begins approximately 25 minutes in.

As Elkhart prepares for one more appearance by President Barack Obama, his first visit to the city as an Illinois senator running for the Democratic presidential nomination against Hillary Clinton reveals what has and hasn't changed.

Two days before the Indiana Primary Election, Obama visited Bank Street, talking with residents and shooting some hoops with kids outside Riverview Elementary School before he spoke with me by phone.

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence made several stops in northern Indiana Thursday, the second day of  the "Start Your Engines" re-election campaign tour.

Pence appeared confident as he met with diners at Elkhart’s Mayberry Café. The incumbent GOP governor says he’s not concerned about Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump’s impact on his campaign.

Jason Critchlow, Chair of the St. Joseph County Democratic Party, speaks with WVPE's Tony Krabill about Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's State of the State address. They discuss road funding, education, the governor's remarks on LGBT anti-discrimination and religious freedom, and the legislative seats opening up in St. Joseph County in the aftermath of Circuit Court Judge Michael Gotsch's retirement announcement.

At his State of the State address, Gov. Pence said he would not support any legislation restricting Hoosiers' rights to religious freedom.

Indiana Governor Mike Pence Tuesday laid out his plan for Indiana’s future – emphasizing a commitment to road funding, promising to protect teachers and schools from abnormally low test scores, and pledging to crack down on drug dealers.

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