Election 2016

Tom Arthur from Orange, CA, United States, via Wikimedia Commons

This year, early voting has been up across the country. WBOI’s Zach Bernard and Lisa Ryan visited early voting locations in Northeast Indiana to see if they’re experiencing a similar trend.

Lisa Ryan / WBOI News

Nineteen people are running for school board positions across Allen County this year, and they’re the only candidates who won’t have their party affiliation listed by their names.

 

Hoosiers will find a constitutional amendment on the ballot this November for the first time in six years.

Amending Indiana’s constitution is notoriously difficult. This amendment would protect a citizen’s right to hunt and fish, but it has some people wondering what it will actually do.

Public Question number 1 asks voters to “forever preserve” a Hoosier’s right to hunt, fish and harvest wildlife.

Todd Young Talks Social Security, Obamacare

Nov 1, 2016

 

The race for Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat is coming down to the wire as Election Day approaches. Republican candidate Todd Young sat down with Indiana Public Broadcasting to discuss some of the race’s key issues.

BRANDON SMITH: What in your mind should be the most important issue in this race?

Courtesy/U.S. Sen. Dan Coats

Retiring U.S. Senator Dan Coats visited the WBOI studios to discuss state and national politics and his plans for the future.

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