Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri. Some Senate races here. Not many House races.
There are enough good candidates here to create a substantial Democratic majority in the Senate. Will they?
Democrat Thomas McDermott is a long shot. But more often than other states, Hoosiers flip Senate seats.
Joe Biden’s Commission should propose an expansion of the District Courts and the Circuit Courts of Appeals.
A reader asked. Can you put together a list of 30 candidates for the House of Representatives for whom donations would make a difference? Some Senate candidates, too?
Democratic candidate for Attorney General in Indiana argues that prevention of crime is as important a responsibility for the Attorney General as punishment of crimes.
Look at the recent Daily Bits on the website. Vote for a World Zionist Congress Slate – if you are eligible; ICE is Cruelty, Incorporated Political Note #258 Christina Hale IN CD 05 2020 General Election Indianapolis is in the middle of Indiana. People in Indiana, suspicious of people on the East Coast and the West Coast, suspect that first sentence might be followed by another one. Indianapolis is in the middle of nowhere. Indianapolis is a big city. With almost 900,000 people, it is the United State’s 13th largest. Bigger than Jacksonville, Florida. Smaller than Austin, Texas. Big enough…
Mel Hall went to Taylor University and Seminary. He graduated as a Methodist minister and volunteered to be sent to Detroit. With a wife and, eventually, two young boys, he served in one of Detroit's poorest neighborhoods for seven years. Mel Hall left Detroit with a new understanding of the world, ready to do something different. He became, as he tells the story, employee number 34 of the start up medical care firm Press Ganey. Ultimately, he owned and ran the company.
Joe Donelly is running for reelection to the US Senate. He came to Indiana from Long Island to go to college at Notre Dame.And stayed. He graduated from Notre Dame Law School in 1981, practiced law for fifteen years before opening a printing business. He served on a Catholic School Board and on the state election board. He ran for Attorney General in 1988 but did not get the nomination. He ran for Congress in 2004 and lost to the Republican. He ran again in 2006 and won and was elected to the US Senate in 2012. Joe Donnelly is not in it for the money. His financials show him as being in Joe Biden territory.