- Election 2012
- Suspense to the end, Obama, Romney yield to voters
- WEB EXTRA: Indiana election quick tips for voters
- WEB EXTRA: 5 things to know about Indiana’s election Tuesday
- Senate candidates push into final leg of race
Greater Clark elections have competitive races
Money is largely on the mind of candidates running for one of the four seats on Greater Clark County Schools’ board of trustees, especially with a shortfall of about $1.1 million on the forecast for the end of 2013.
Young looks to hold onto 9th District seat against Yoder
Indiana’s 9th District U.S. House race pits a self described grassroots challenger who supports national health care and ending tax cuts for the wealthy against a fiscally conservative incumbent who backs what some consider strict budgetary measures to balance spending.
HOWEY: An unprecedented Pro life power alignment with Pence
For evangelical Republicans, the apex of political power and influence is within their grasp.
West Clark has two school board seats up
Two at-large seats are up for grabs in West Clark Community Schools’ board of trustees this election with five candidates running for the positions.
Clarksville has one school board seat contested
The only contested school board seat in Clarksville leaves its incumbent facing two challengers.
NEW ALBANY CITY COUNCIL: Gonder proposes health insurance for part-time employees
Along with the final reading on the split of the parks department, the New Albany City Council is also set to vote on providing health insurance for part-time employees Monday.
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