IN-01: Frank Mrvan (D)
House Watch
IN-01: Frank Mrvan (D)
2020-11-01 09:15:52
by TWN Staff

About Mrvan: Frank Mrvan is a township trustee for North Township, Indiana and the Democratic Party candidate for Indiana's 1st congressional district. Mrvan was born in Hammond, Ind., on April 16, 1969, and after graduating from Oliver P. Morton High... Read More

IN-05: Victoria Spartz (R)
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IN-05: Victoria Spartz (R)
2020-10-30 22:44:11
by TWN Staff

About Spartz: Victoria Spartz was born in Ukraine and immigrated to the United States 20 years ago after meeting her husband, a born and raised Hoosier, on a train in Europe. She became a US citizen, and worked her way... Read More

IN-05: Christina Hale (D)
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IN-05: Christina Hale (D)
2020-10-30 22:40:16
by TWN Staff

About Hale: Hale earned her degree at Purdue while raising her son. She was a non-profit leader at Kiwanis International. Hale ran for the State House and spent months knocking on doors and listening to the concerns of her neighbors,... Read More

Next Coronavirus ‘Hot Spots’ Seen as Michigan, Connecticut, Indiana, Georgia, Illinois
State News
Next Coronavirus ‘Hot Spots’ Seen as Michigan, Connecticut, Indiana, Georgia, Illinois

WASHINGTON — The rate of positive coronavirus tests suggests that the next “hot spots” could include Michigan, Connecticut, Indiana, Georgia and Illinois, White House virus task force coordinator Deborah Birx said Thursday. “We do have two states that have 35%... Read More

Delayed Primaries Involve More Than Just Choosing A New Date on the Calendar
Political News
Delayed Primaries Involve More Than Just Choosing A New Date on the Calendar
2020-03-25 19:23:28
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - As of this week, eight states - Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Ohio and Rhode Island - and one territory - Puerto Rico - have postponed their presidential primary elections due to the coronavirus outbreak. Additionally, three... Read More

Supreme Court Upholds Portion of Indiana Abortion Law on Fetal Remains
Supreme Court
Supreme Court Upholds Portion of Indiana Abortion Law on Fetal Remains
2019-05-28 21:31:19
by Dan McCue

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the portion of an Indiana law signed by Vice President Mike Pence during his tenure as governor that requires fetal remains from abortions be buried or cremated. The ruling partially reversed an earlier... Read More

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