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Evan Bayh

South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg campaigns at the Iowa State Fair.
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Pete Buttigieg Won The Iowa State Fair. Can He Win The Caucuses?

Mayor Pete eats and greets in Iowa. *burp*

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The Bygone Era Of Birch Bayh

Birch Bayh was born in Terre Haute in 1928, just before the start of the Great Depression. From the beginning, his life was marked by a mix of national and local, agriculture and ambition.

Carrier
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Trade Secret: Carrier, Mexico, and Japan

Overlooked in the indignation over job exportation—which thrashed between sincere and synthetic—was the Hoosier State’s steadily growing reliance on job importation.

Senator Bayh on the campaign trail with Barack Obama in August 2008.
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Q&A with Evan Bayh (January 2011)

“I told the president I’d decided not to seek reelection. He was surprised. He asked if I was 100 percent sure, and then I made a mistake. ‘Well,’ I said, ‘I’m 98 percent sure.’”

CaughtINtheMiddle
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Caught in the Middle: What Is Indiana’s Brand?

Starting now, Hoosiers will mark two centuries of Indiana history with a yearlong party. But what, exactly, are we commemorating?

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Tweets of the Week: Colts, Evan Bayh, Mike Epps, and More

Via @1070Bruno: “Seriously, they should hang banner for this #Pacers team this week. It would have to be a quilt, with loose threads everywhere. But still.”

On a trip overseas in March, Donnelly met with President Shimon Peres in Israel. (Photo provided)
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The Man in the Middle: Joe Donnelly

In a chamber where one party enjoys a thin majority, Indiana’s junior senator has garnered disproportionate influence as one of a handful of Democratic legislators from red and purple states who hold swing votes.

Mike Pence
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INcoming: Mike Pence

To understand the chasm currently separating Indiana’s political parties, all you need to do is picture their election-night celebrations. On November 6, the Democrats chose a sedate ballroom at the Downtown Marriott. The Republicans, who were marching toward supermajorities in the House and the Senate, chose the end zone at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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