Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama made Indiana his final stop today before suspending his campaign for two days to visit his seriously ill grandmother in Hawaii. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain was in Indianapolis today speaking to the National Sheriffs’ Association and collecting money from a lunchtime fundraiser. As Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports, McCain promised more federal support for law enforcement.
Arizona senator and presidential hopeful John McCain will appear on the ballot in Indiana’s May sixth primary. That decision came from the Indiana Election Commission Wednesday after a challenge to the number of required signatures the senator got in western Indiana’s fourth congressional district. Indiana’s Marianne Holland reports.
Arizona Senator and presidential hopeful John McCain will visit Indiana’s capital city tomorrow seeking support from Hoosier voters and raising money for his campaign. Brian Pace reports.
Governor Mitch Daniels is on a statewide tour selling his property tax plan to business leaders. While in Bloomington today, he also weighed in on the Super Tuesday presidential primaries. From WFIU in Bloomington, Daniel Robison reports.