Sen. Todd Young raised a record $1.6 million for his first Senate reelection campaign this past quarter, and he's sitting on a lofty $5.6 million cash. He doesn’t have a primary opponent.
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Sen. Todd Young seems to have it all these days. He raised a record $1.6 million for his first Senate reelection campaign this past quarter, sitting on a lofty $5.6 million cash. He doesn’t have a primary opponent. The three Democratic candidates have raised a combined $100,000.
This column is dedicated to the hundreds of Hoosiers who attended redistricting hearings across the state as well as the House and Senate chambers.
National advocates for fair redistricting and campaign finance reform pushed these two states as examples of gerrymandering on both sides of the political aisle.
In the coming weeks and months, Hoosier Republicans are going to face a choice: Whether to be willing to accept the fate designated by hundreds of thousands, if not millions of voters, or whether to sign on to the corrupt motives, cudgels and bargains of the autocratic former President Donald Trump, who lives by Roy Cohn’s credo of never accepting a defeat; of simply proclaiming victory in the face of empirical results and evidence.
INDIANAPOLIS — Republican senators overwhelmingly voted down Democratic amendments to Senate and congressional district maps Thursday. Many of the Democratic proposals reflected Hoosier testimony at public hearings or were Hoosier-submitted maps.
INDIANAPOLIS — Calls for fair maps and a slower redistricting process continued in the last public hearing Monday, six days after senators unveiled a new district map. No one testified in favor of the Senate map during the public comment period, which ran 2.5 hours.