Politics – Liberal/Democrat

The Secretary of State race has gotten a lot of attention. Jeff Maurer, Libertarian Candidate for Secretary of State, joined Tony Katz to discuss the upcoming election against Democrat Destiny Wells and GOP Diego Morales. Tony Katz spoke with Maurer on specifically election integrity. Maurer says he believes part of keeping a fair election in […]

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The campaign manager of Bill Clinton’s presidential victory 30 years ago says Indiana Democrats are making the right moves to rebuild the party. Democrats haven’t won a statewide race in 10 years, and James Carville acknowledges in some Indiana counties, that’s not about to change. But he argues gerrymandering makes Indiana seem redder […]

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indiana Democrats have just over two weeks to complete their slate of statewide candidates for November. Former deputy attorney general Destiny Wells is Democrats’ expected nominee for secretary of state, but the party hasn’t announced candidates for treasurer or auditor. State chairman Mike Schmuhl says he’s having conversations with potential candidates, and says […]

(FORT WAYNE, Ind.) – Democrats and Libertarians are joining forces for a 15-city roadshow. A Thursday night town hall in Fort Wayne features three Democratic candidates, including U.S. Senate nominee Tom McDermott, and McDermott’s Libertarian opponent James Sceniak. It’s the first in a series of two-party town halls over the next two months. Democrats have […]

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday for Indiana’s primary election. Voters are choosing nominees for Congress, the General Assembly, and county and township offices, and selecting delegates to their parties’ state conventions next month. Many races are uncontested, including the one at the top of your ballot: U.S. Senator Todd Young (R) […]

(SOUTH BEND, Ind.) – A South Bend political tradition is back, for the first time in three years.   For Polish-American communities, the day after Easter is Dyngus Day, the post-Lent equivalent of celebrating Mardi Gras the day before Lent. In South Bend, the celebration doubles as the kickoff for the May primary, with candidates […]

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indiana may not have a U.S. Senate primary after all. Three Democrats and one Republican filed to run against Republican Todd Young. But all those candidates except Hammond Mayor Tom McDermott are accused of failing to submit the required 45-hundred petition signatures to get on the ballot. And one of the Democrats, Indianapolis […]

(INDIANAPOLIS) – A delay in drawing new legislative districts means would-be candidates won’t know whether they’re eligible to run until about three months before filing opens. Candidate filing opens January 5, but the Census Bureau is late in delivering the detailed population data needed to draw those districts. The new maps won’t be drawn until […]

(SOUTH BEND, Ind.) — Indiana’s new Democratic chairman is banking on Trump fatigue and President Biden’s popularity to help revive the party in the state. Mike Schmuhl takes command of a party which hasn’t just been losing, but hasn’t even been close. Democrats haven’t won a statewide race in nine years, haven’t flipped a U.S. […]

You may want to sit down for this. The headline is not ‘click bait.’ Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez got a few things right. SOUND THE ALARM The first thing Tony Katz fully agrees with AOC on (never thought we’d say that) is her joint statement calling for Cuomo’s resignation. Many on the left are calling out […]