Only 32 percent of people in Indiana who are familiar with Democratic senator Joe Donnelly said they planned to vote for him next year, according to new polling from Ball State University.
The older brother of Vice President Mike Pence officially formed the Greg Pence for Congress Committee on Monday, indicating his intention to run for his brother’s former congressional seat.
New data from the Center for Effective Lawmaking show that Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly of Indiana was the least effective member of his party at advancing agenda items toward becoming law during the last Congress.
Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly (D.) announced that he has finalized his sale of stock in a family-owned company that outsourced jobs to Mexico, but he will hold on to the thousands of dollars in profits he earned off the company in recent years.
Indiana University is asking a federal court to invalidate an Indiana state law that criminalizes research conducted with the tissue of aborted fetuses.
More than a dozen alleged members of the notorious MS-13 gang were arrested in Ohio and Indiana on Tuesday, according to the Justice Department.
The National Endowment for the Humanities is spending $300,000 on a beer garden, screenings of the Netflix series Stranger Things, and “all kinds of Frankenstein swag.”
Exactly one week after Indiana Democrat Sen. Joe Donnelly’s investments in a family business that outsourced manufacturing to Mexico were exposed, he is reigniting his call for legislation that would punish companies that do just that.