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POLL: Do You Agree With Spartz'S Policies?

INDIANAPOLIS — Former Indiana Republican State Senator Victoria Spartz issued a statement late Wednesday after the Associated Press declared her winner of Indiana’s 5th Congressional District race. "I am so honored and humbled by the trust the people of Indiana’s 5th District have placed in me.” Spartz said. “This has...
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POLL: Do You Think Indiana Should Create A Medicaid Program?

Gov. Holcomb made the announcement Monday afternoon. (Indianapolis, Ind.) - Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced today that Indiana has received approval to continue its successful alternative to traditional Medicaid expansion—the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP)—for ten more years. This allows the state to continue health coverage for more than 572,000 low-income adult Hoosiers.
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POLL: Have You Voted Yet?

INDIANAPOLIS – Vice President Mike Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence cast their ballots in Indianapolis Friday morning. They voted early at the City-County Building downtown. The former governor and his wife were due to vote in Indianapolis earlier this month, but they had to postpone that trip, citing scheduling...
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POLL: Do You Think The Colts Will Win The Afc South?

Carlos Dunlap has had enough of the conjecture. The two-time Pro Bowl edge rusher has been a rotational player in the Cincinnati Bengals’ defense for the past two weeks. He was reportedly demoted before Week 5’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, and his role didn’t seem to change this past Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. A report surfaced Monday regarding his and Geno Atkins’ displeasure of being reduced to role players.
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POLL: Do You Think Holcomb Will Win Reelection?

The first of two debates among the candidates for governor is Tuesday — but the candidates may never see each other in person. Republican Governor Eric Holcomb, Democrat Woody Myers and Libertarian Don Rainwater will all be at the Indianapolis headquarters of Indiana Public Broadcasting, but they’ll be in three different studios, with the moderator, Purdue Fort Wayne political science professor Andy Downs, in a fourth.
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POLL: Do You Think The Monetary Gain Made By Colleges By Having College Students Return To Campus Is Worth The Subsequent Health Risk To The Community?

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 1,629 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at the state laboratory, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 147,582 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard.
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POLL: Do You Agree With Enhancing Safety Measures As Covid Cases Continue To Spike Around The Country?

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - Organizers with Fright Night 2020 announced this year's event is cancelled in order to follow Indiana's Back on Track guidelines. According to the Downtown Fort Wayne's website, organizers said the "Fright Night 2020: The Year to DISTANCE" was cancelled "in order to adhere to Indiana's Back on Track guidelines."
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POLL: Do You Think The Colts Will Make It To The Super Bowl?

There’s been no shortage of intriguing storylines in the AFC so far this season. Josh Allen has transformed the Buffalo Bills into an offensive powerhouse. The Pittsburgh Steelers boast the same elite defense, and Ben Roethlisberger is back at the helm, too. The New England Patriots haven’t missed a beat in their transition from Tom Brady to Cam Newton. The Baltimore Ravens are blowing the doors off anyone not named the Kansas City Chiefs. And the Chiefs are, well, the 4-0 defending Super Bowl champs.
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POLL: Do You Like When Athletes Trash Talk?

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Philip Rivers spoke to local reporters today via video conference. What did he have to say about his “trash talking” tendencies during games, why he’s not worried about a shootout against the Cleveland Browns, how he still enjoys the in-depth nature of preparing for a game and more?
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POLL: Do You Think Doyle Will Play In Week 3?

Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle is officially questionable to play Sunday in the the team's Week 3 game against the New York Jets. However, head coach Frank Reich said he's "ready to roll" despite inconsistent practice participation. That leads one to believe he'll be out there in at least a solid capacity Sunday, which would send Mo Alie-Cox back into the No. 2 tight end role.
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