Four Senate Races to Watch On the Eve of Election Day

This election season has displayed all that is wrong with politics. It’s been like watching a boxing match, with each candidate throwing ever-harder punches in the hopes of knocking the other out. But here we are, twelve rounds later, and both candidates are still standing, still fighting despite being thoroughly beaten, bruised, and bloodied. Sure,…
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Hoosier Voters Prepare to Say Buh-Bye to Evan Bayh

It seems like a lifetime ago that Evan Bayh, the beloved heir of an Indiana political dynasty, decided to step away from politics. It had just become too partisan, too dysfunctional for his liking. He believed that the only way to change Congress’ partisan calcification was from the outside. “What is required from members of…
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