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Vice President Pence Visits Fort Wayne Before Voting in Indianapolis

Vice President Mike Pence visited Fort Wayne Thursday to drum up support for President Trump, accompanied by some top Indiana Republicans and other GOP leaders. The rally started at about 4 PM yesterday in the Fort Wayne Aero Center with words from Rep. Jim Banks and Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise. Governor Eric Holcomb took the stage to introduce the Vice President, who preceded Holcomb as Governor of Indiana. Holcomb talked about his relationship with Pence. “I’ve known this guy for decades,...

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Vice President Mike Pence Votes Early In Indianapolis

Vice President Mike Pence and wife Karen Pence cast absentee ballots in Indianapolis Friday. Pence is the former governor of Indiana and used the governors mansion address to vote. Indiana law allows him to use the address, even though he no longer lives there, because he has been away serving on the business of the United States. The vice president did not answer questions from the media, however he did say it was an honor to vote in his home state after depositing his ballot. Great honor,...

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The subject of this show is not intended for all listeners. In September, a nurse who worked at an immigration detention center filed a whistleblower complaint alleging, among other things, that immigrant women received questionable hysterectomies. The focus of our episode this week is forced sterilizations, the history of the eugenics movement, and human rights abuses.

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ELLA ABBOTT / WBOI

Vice President Mike Pence visited Fort Wayne Thursday to drum up support for President Trump, accompanied by some top Indiana Republicans and other GOP leaders.

 

 

The rally started at about 4 PM yesterday in the Fort Wayne Aero Center with words from Rep. Jim Banks and Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise.

Governor Eric Holcomb took the stage to introduce the Vice President, who preceded Holcomb as Governor of Indiana. Holcomb talked about his relationship with Pence.

Indiana’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration is citing two nursing homes for serious violations. It’s the first time major COVID-19 workplace citations have been issued by state authorities. 

Vice President Mike Pence Votes Early In Indianapolis

Oct 23, 2020

Vice President Mike Pence and wife Karen Pence cast absentee ballots in Indianapolis Friday.

Pence is the former governor of Indiana and used the governor’s mansion address to vote. Indiana law allows him to use the address, even though he no longer lives there, because he has been away serving “on the business of the United States.”

The vice president did not answer questions from the media, however he did say it was an honor to vote in his home state after depositing his ballot.

“Great honor,” Pence said. “Great to be back home.”

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President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are holding a final debate Thursday in Nashville, with Kristen Welker of NBC News moderating. After a haphazard first debate, and a canceled second one, this final debate has new rules established by the Commission on Presidential Debates. Follow live updates and analysis.

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Today is the last day for Hoosiers to request a mail-in ballot for the Nov. 3 election.

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Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Kris Box highlighted the state’s decreasing infant mortality rates at this month’s Commission on Improving the Status of Children meeting. Despite recent improvements, minority communities across the state still remain most vulnerable. 

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Libertarian candidate for governor Donald Rainwater announced his choice for education secretary Thursday.

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The subject of this show is not intended for all listeners. In September, a nurse who worked at an immigration detention center filed a whistleblower complaint alleging, among other things, that immigrant women received questionable hysterectomies. The focus of our episode this week is forced sterilizations, the history of the eugenics movement, and human rights abuses.

LAUREN CHAPMAN / IPB NEWS

Gov. Eric Holcomb insists there is no need to reimpose statewide COVID-19 restrictions.

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