Pence Opposes National Guard Cuts

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In a letter sent to President Obama Friday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence joined a group of 50 bipartisan governors expressing opposition to proposed cuts to the Army National Guard. The cuts are expected to be included in President Obama and the Department of Defense’s fiscal year 2015 budget … Read More

Battle Over Public Education Control Intensifies

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According to sources, the battle for control over public education in the state could intensify over the next few days. WTHR-TV in Indianapolis reported that within the next few days the Attorney General’s Office is expected to be asked whether the IDOE can take action if the superintendent … Read More

IDOE Approves New School Grading Outline

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The Indiana Board of Education has approved a new school grading outline. According to sources, board members voted Wednesday morning to adopt recommendations of a bipartisan panel. Details on exactly how school grades will be determined are expected to be established next year. School grades help determine several … Read More

Ex-Offender Re-entry Program Named A Success

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Today Governor Mike Pence, Indiana Department of Workforce Development Commissioner Scott B. Sanders and Indiana Department of Corrections Commissioner Bruce Lemmon gathered to commemorate the successful first year of the Hoosier Initiative for Re-Entry program, a cooperative effort between DWD, IDOC and Hoosier businesses to educate, train and … Read More

Indiana Business Ranked Among Best In Nation

Indiana was ranked as the best place to do business in the Midwest and the fifth best nationwide in a survey of more than 500 chief executives by Chief Executive magazine. The magazine’s ninth annual “Best and Worst States” survey asks CEOs to evaluate states based on business … Read More

Pence To Be Chamber Dinner Speaker

Mike Pence

The Warsaw Kosciusko County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that incoming Indiana Governor Mike Pence has accepted the invitation to be keynote speaker for its 101st Annual membership dinner. Governor Pence will follow Mitch Daniels in not only the governor’s seat, but also as WK Chamber’s … Read More

Gubernatorial Candidate Rallies In Warsaw

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By JOE BOALS Kosciusko County residents braved the wind and chilly temperatures Friday afternoon to show support for their nominee for state governor, Republican Mike Pence. His visit to Warsaw was the third stop today as part of his Big Red Truck Tour to visit with supporters. Pence … Read More

Gubernatorial Debate Discusses Jobs, Spending

The state’s gubernatorial candidates have used their final debate to reiterate their views on a massive southern Indiana coal gasification project. Republican Mike Pence said he would not move to cancel the state’s 30-year contract with the Rockport facility. Democrat John Gregg said his campaign continues to look … Read More

Republicans Hosting Pence, Spooktacular Giveaway

Mike Pence, Republican nominee for Indiana governor, will be holding an old-fashioned campaign rally on the grounds of the Kosciusko County Courthouse at 2:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26. The public is invited to attend this opportunity to meet Pence. In the event of bad weather, the event will … Read More

Mike Pence Rally Coming To Warsaw

Incumbent Republican Party candidate for U.S. Representative from the 6th Congressional District of Indiana Mike Pence will be in Warsaw on Friday for a rally. Mike Pence’s Big Red Truck Tour Rally comes to the Kosciusko County Courthouse at 2:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26. It is a free … Read More

Gubernatorial Debate Series Begins Tonight

The gubernatorial candidates are set to begin a series of debates this evening. Republican Mike Pence, Democrat John Gregg and Libertarian Rupert Boneham will square off in Zionsville, Ind., with two more events planned by the Indiana Debate Commission later this month. The commission says up to 1,200 … Read More

Pence Asks Daniels To Deny State-Run Exchange

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Mitch Daniels said Tuesday that he will let his successor as governor decide whether Indiana should establish a state-run health insurance exchange required in the federal health care law, and Republican candidate Mike Pence has told him he opposes creating one. The possibility of Republicans … Read More

Pence Campaign Proposes Agricultural Policy

CARMEL, Ind. — The Republican gubernatorial campaign announced today it will offer a plan to boost the agricultural sector in Indiana as Lieutenant Governor candidate Sue Ellspersmann is calling for increased trade, agricultural innovation and education opportunities. The policy proposal is on behalf of the Mike Pence for … Read More

Gregg Offers ‘Equal Pay’ Plan, Pence Says Lower Taxes

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ANDERSON, Ind. — The two major party candidates for Indiana Governor are laying out plans for Hoosier wage-earners. Democrat John Gregg’s proposal aims to close what he calls a wage gap for women, while Republican Mike Pence has announced an initiative to cut personal income taxes by 10 … Read More

Pence Sets Veteran-Owned Business Target

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CARMEL, IN – If elected, the Republican candidate for Governor would set a goal of procuring 3 percent of Indiana’s business contracts from veteran-owned businesses, Mike Pence announced today. He also would pursue accreditation for the state’s veterans affairs agency and expand educational scholarships for children of service … Read More