Election 2020

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Common Cause Indiana and the Indiana NAACP are suing Indiana in federal court over what they say is its “unjustifiably early” deadline to return absentee vote-by-mail ballots.

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Hoosiers shouldn’t expect full results the night of Indiana’s primary election like usual.

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Hoosiers who vote in person for this year’s primary election will not be required to wear masks, use gloves, or observe critical social distancing guidelines.

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Nearly 550,000 Hoosiers requested absentee ballots for the 2020 primary – a huge increase from prior years after the state expanded vote-by-mail to anyone who wanted it.

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About 3-in-10 Latino voters – both Democrats and Republicans – say they have given a lot of thought to who is running for president in 2020, a new survey shows. 

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Indiana Department of Revenue Commissioner Adam Krupp announced Monday he will seek the Republican nomination for Attorney General.

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It’s unlikely the General Assembly will give counties more money in the 2020 session for new voting machines.

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The Fort Wayne Community Schools Board voted to support the REPAIR 2020 program earning on a spot on next May’s ballot during its meeting Monday night.


U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky announced he will not seek re-election in 2020. 

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Sen. Eddie Melton (D-Gary) officially kicked off his run for governor Tuesday after months of exploring a bid.