Carrie Ritchie

Indianapolis Star

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Reporter covering the courts and politics for the Indianapolis Star

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There's no doubt the Republicans will still run the House after next week's election, but control of the Senate has both parties biting their nails.

Which Party Will Control the Senate?

There's no doubt the Republicans will still run the House after next week's election, but control of the Senate has both parties biting their nails.

from To the Point

In Indiana, three candidates for the US Senate are all opposed to abortion.

Another Rape Comment Has Romney Campaign Running

In Indiana, three candidates for the US Senate are all opposed to abortion.

from To the Point

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