Brian Howey

Publisher, Howey Politics Indiana

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Former reporter with the Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette and Publisher of Howey Politics Indiana

Brian Howey on KCRW

Record numbers of voters are crowding the polls in both  Indiana  and  North Carolina .   Barack Obama  hopes a win in both states will make him the Democratic nominee.   Hillary…

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Record numbers of voters are crowding the polls in both Indiana and North Carolina .  Barack Obama hopes a win in both states will make him the Democratic nominee.  Hillary…

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