INDIANAPOLIS — Republicans Tim Berry, Richard Mourdock and Charlie White were elected to the Indiana offices of auditor, treasurer and secretary of state, respectively.
- Election 2010
Clark judge affirms Jeffersonville’s second-class status
According to attorney Larry Wilder, confusion about Jeffersonville’s status arose after a candidate sought to file for the new clerk’s office.
GOP renews fight in Indiana secretary of state race
White called it an honest mistake caused by his busy schedule and new marriage, but Democrats say he intentionally skirted the law to keep his seat on the Fishers Town Council.
Wayne Carter to take Grooms’ seat on Jeffersonville City Council
Republican Central Committee and a member of the Jeffersonville Drainage Board, will take the place of Ron Grooms on the council.
Young committed to turning economy around
Young collected 52 percent of the vote Nov. 2 — 118,055 votes — to easily defeat Hill, who had 95,201 votes. Libertarian Greg Knott collected 5 percent of the vote.
State’s top vote-getter credits Chrysler bankruptcy fight for election win
His actions, Chrysler officials said at the time, would cause the collapse of the company, wiping out thousands of jobs in Indiana and across the nation.
Replacing Ron: Caucus expected later this month; few names mentioned
It’ll be up to Republican Chairman Jamey Noel to call the caucus. He said an official date has not been decided yet. Candidates interested in the position can contact Noel to declare.
Eyes turn to 2011 New Albany city races
Despite sweeping every race at the local, national and state level in Floyd County Tuesday, Matthews said it would be foolish for Republicans to assume that momentum will carry the party to victories next year.
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Party in power promises to help Daniels deliver on reform agenda
“Buckle up, you’re going to see some things you’ve never seen before,” House Speaker-elect Brian Bosma said at a news conference in the Statehouse on Wednesday.
Rodden easily bests independent Starks
However, Rodden said he was glad to have received the support of many Republicans who told him they approved of the job he has done since he was first elected sheriff in 2007.
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