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Indiana Election: Frank Mrvan projected winner over Jennifer-Ruth Green

(CBS) – Rep. Frank Mrvan was the projected winner early Wednesday, while facing an unusually strong challenge from a Republican opponent in Indiana's 1st Congressional District. Mrvan was leading by about 6% over Jennifer-Ruth Green, a well-funded supporter of former President Donald J. Trump. AP declared him the projected...
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U.S. Rep. Frank Mrvan awaits election results

Mrvan romps to victory in Northwest Indiana congressional contest. Unofficial results from Northwest Indiana show U.S. Rep. Frank J. Mrvan, D-Highland, prevailed over Republican Jennifer-Ruth Green to win reelection to the U.S. House.
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Indiana Congressman Frank Mrvan looking to fix VA problems

The Veterans Administration has a history of problems, including neglect of patients and computer systems that don’t communicate with each other. Indiana Congressman Frank Mrvan is on a House subcommittee that’s working to help fix that problem. “Accurate and complete data is extremely important to ensure we are...

Frank Mrvan To Tour Gary Businesses Jan. 27th

The Gary Business Development Committee and the Gary Chamber of Commerce is hosting a mobile tour on Thursday, Jan 27th, 2022. Businesses that are on the precipice of creating jobs and opportunities for people in Gary and the Greater Northwest Indiana community will be visited. An added bonus is that...

Veteran Indiana State Senator Frank Mrvan stepping down from Legislature

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — One of Indiana’s longest-serving state senators has decided to step down immediately from the Legislature. Democratic Sen. Frank Mrvan of Hammond, the father of U.S. Rep. Frank J. Mrvan, announced his decision Tuesday. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK. SIGN UP: Breaking News...

State Sen. Frank Mrvan abruptly announces retirement after 39 years

One of Indiana’s longest-serving state lawmakers abruptly announced his retirement Tuesday, effective immediately. Sen. Frank Mrvan (D-Hammond) served in the Senate for 39 years, representing northwest Indiana. In a statement announcing his resignation, he didn't say why he’s leaving. But health problems have kept him from the Statehouse for much of the last few years.
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Take Five: Frank Mrvan

Freshman Frank J. Mrvan is new to Congress, but not to politics. His father — also Frank Mrvan — has represented Northwest Indiana as a Democrat in the state Senate for decades. The younger Mrvan credited his father’s career longevity to staying connected and accessible to constituents, something he knows is “easier said than done.”