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The Indiana Citizen’s guide to your elected officials

For as momentous as the presidential election of 2020 became, the top of the ballot was only the beginning of the story. In Indiana’s congressional delegation, two of the nine seats changed hands. And in the Indiana General Assembly, a total of 16 — more than 10 percent of the entire legislature, along with the […]

Mike Schmuhl wants to rebuild the Indiana Democratic Party. Here’s how

Importantville, Adam Wren’s newsletter on the intersection of politics, business, and power in Indiana, appears weekly in The Indiana Citizen. *** One of the big Indiana-specific questions following Pete Buttigieg’s $100 million campaign in 2020: What would it mean, if anything, for the future of Hoosier Democrats in barn-red Indiana? Republicans hold every statewide office, controlling […]

Buttigieg campaign manager announces bid for state party chair

Importantville, Adam Wren’s newsletter on the intersection of politics, business, and power in Indiana, appears weekly in The Indiana Citizen. *** Mike Schmuhl—the South Bend operative who ran the most well-funded political campaign in Indiana history for his childhood friend Pete Buttigieg— announced a bid for Indiana Democratic Party chair on Wednesday. “We are at […]

Is this how Indiana’s Trump era ends?

Importantville, Adam Wren’s newsletter on the intersection of politics, business, and power in Indiana, appears weekly in The Indiana Citizen. *** Is this how it ends for Trump in Indiana? Not with a bang, but a whimper of official statements from Hoosier Republicans distancing themselves ever so slightly from the embattled President? For more than […]

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