Senator Hillary Clinton will be in Louisville tomorrow Friday. The Democratic presidential candidate will headline a party fundraiser at the Kentucky International Convention Center. She last visited Louisville in March. Clinton’s national campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe says the New York senator will be making a lot of appearances across the Commonwealth leading up to the May 20… Continue reading Senator Clinton To Return To Louisville Friday
The Indiana Secretary of State’s office says election officials are still determining how many Hoosiers filled out provisional primary ballots Tuesday because they did not bring a photo ID to the polls.The number is expected to be relatively small. Voters who fill out a provisional ballot in Indiana have ten days to confirm their identities… Continue reading Indiana Officials Tallying Provisional Ballots
In Tuesday’s Indiana primary, some polling places ran out of paper ballots. Officials say that likely won’t be a problem in Kentucky, since only eight of the state’s 120 counties will use them.
Southern Indiana Congressman Baron Hill has secured the Democratic nomination for his 9th District seat, setting up another rematch with Republican Mike Sodrel Hill and Sodrel will square off for the fourth time in a row this fall. Hill has won three of the contests. Sodrel unseated Hill in 2004 but Hill spoiled his re-election… Continue reading Hill And Sodrel To Battle Again For Indiana Congressional Seat
Tomorrow is primary election day in Indiana, and for the first time in decades, the votes of Hoosiers could be pivotal in the presidential race. WFPL’s Gabe Bullard reports on the attention the state has been getting from the Democratic’ campaigns.
While the horses drew a near-record crowd to Churchill Downs, the Kentucky Derby was also a time for political statements.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright visited Southern Indiana Wednesday to campaign for Hillary Clinton.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama made another campaign stop in Indiana on Wednesday. This one in New Albany.
Now that the Pennsylvania primary is over, both Democratic presidential candidates are intensifying their focus on Indiana. Hillary Clinton and her immediate family have already made 50 campaign stops in the Hoosier State, and the campaign’s Indiana director, Robby Mook, says get ready for more. “You will see Sen. Clinton spending a whole lot of… Continue reading Hoosiers To Get More Visits From Clinton, Obama
Senator Barack Obama will be in New Albany Wednesday for a town hall meeting at Indiana University Southeast.