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Prof. Sheila Kennedy On Why Indianapolis Works The Way It Does — And Occasionally Doesn’t

The O’Neill professor and veteran of Indy civic life talks all things Unigov, as well as the city’s complicated political realities.

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A Conversation With Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears

Mears reflects on the city’s homicide problem, decriminalizing marijuana, and the death penalty.

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State Rep. Vanessa Summers On A Contentious Statehouse And Her Battle With COVID-19

The long-serving Indiana Democrat describes her clash with GOP colleagues amid an increasingly hyper-partisan political climate.

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“In Socialist Countries, We Know What Happens.”

Rep. Victoria Spartz on her path to Capitol Hill, her background as a Ukrainian immigrant, and how she plans to legislate in a hyper-partisan era.

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IMPD’s Excessive Use Of Police Dogs Is Repulsive

Columnist Philip Gulley writes about why the department deserves a short leash.

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Whitley Yates’ Mission To Diversify The Indiana GOP

The Monthly Weekly talks with the state party’s director of diversity and engagement after a chaotic election season.

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The Constitution According To Birch Bayh

The Hoosier Senate icon made his mark on our foundational document, and almost abolished the Electoral College.

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What Does The Future Hold For Mike Pence?

The veep was Donald Trump’s most loyal defender for the past four years. We asked the experts what might come next.

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“Mayor Pete And Me” With Adam Wren, From March 2020

In light of Pete’s impending nomination, we revisit our look at his 2020 presidential campaign.

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Biden Picks Buttigieg For Transportation Secretary

If confirmed by the Senate, the former South Bend mayor and Democratic presidential candidate will be the first openly gay Cabinet official in the nation’s history.

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Does Joe Hogsett Have One Last Move In Him?

Until this past spring, Mayor Joe Hogsett seemed primed for a potential run for governor or senator. Then 2020 happened.

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Importantville: Indiana Democrats Remain In The Wilderness

The party chair said Friday he won’t seek another term after bruising losses. Can Indiana Democrats find their way?

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How Todd Young Held The Line For Senate Republicans

Our conversation with the party’s rising star who helmed the defense of Mitch McConnell’s majority.

Marion County voters lined up to cast their ballots at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday in Indianapolis.
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Marion County Residents Flood Early Voting Sites

As of Friday morning, 155,000 people had cast early ballots in Marion County, according to the secretary of state’s office.

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Importantville Exclusive: Indiana’s Speaker Of The House Is Registered As A Lobbyist In New York City

Todd Huston, engaged in a pitched battle for re-election, says it was a clerical mistake on behalf of the College Board.

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