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Vandals toss bricks through window of Indiana county Republican office

An Indiana Republican Party office was vandalized last week after someone tossed two bricks through the window, officials said Monday. Signs for presidential nominee Donald Trump and Rep. Todd Young were hanging in the window of the Delaware County office on Oct. 8 when the landscaping bricks were tossed through the glass, officials said in

In Pence, Trump May Have Found His VP Match

Rebecca Berg, Mike Pence, whose profile in the GOP veepstakes has risen dramatically of late, was not an early favorite to become Donald Trump’s running mate. The Indiana governor endorsed Ted Cruz in his state’s critical primary, and Pence was committed to running his own race for re-election. Plus, Trump’s inconsistent ideology seemed starkly at

Trump says to decide on running mate by week’s end

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Monday he expects to select a running mate in the “next three to four days” and that he was leaning toward someone with political rather than military credentials, The Washington Post reported. Trump told the Post in an interview that he had five people under consideration, including retired

House Policy Leader Seeks to Block Obama’s School Bathroom Directive

Philip Wegmann, The Republican mobilization against the White House’s transgender bathroom directive has started. A bill introduced by Rep. Luke Messer, R-Ind., would block the Obama administration’s guidance pushing public schools to allow students to use the restrooms of their choice. The bill, Messer told The Daily Signal, would return control of the issue to

Limbaugh: Trump Beats Hillary in Landslide

Jeff Poor, Breitbart   Wednesday on his radio show, on the heel of Donald Trump’s victory in the Indiana Republican presidential primary and his opponent Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) suspending his campaign, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh said he anticipated Trump to beat his next likely Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton by a “landslide.” Partial

Republican Kasich suspends presidential campaign: NBC, Politico

Republican John Kasich ended his longshot presidential bid on Wednesday, NBC News and Politico reported, leaving Donald Trump’s path clear to capture the Republican nomination for the Nov. 8 election. Kasich, 63, the Ohio governor and a former U.S. congressman, had vowed just a day earlier to keep running after U.S. Senator Ted Cruz dropped

Ted Cruz Drops Out, Donald Trump Takes Indiana

The Ted Cruz campaign announced the candidates resignation Tuesday after Presidential candidate Donald Trump was projected to win the Indiana Republican. This latest win, following recent victories along the Eastern seaboard, places the hotel mogul within 200 delegates of the needed 1,237 to win the nomination. “Thank you Indiana, we were just projected to be

Hoosier State has been prime victim of failed U.S. policies

Alan Tonelson, Trade Losses Could Doom Cruz’s Indiana Hopes. If Tuesday’s Indiana primary really is Ted Cruz’s last stand, his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination is in even worse trouble than it seemed right after Donald Trump’s Northeast sweep. For the Hoosier State — and especially its big manufacturing sector — have been prime

Ted Cruz will not pull off a Indiana upset, and his delegate allies continue waver

As if the stakes in Tuesday’s Indiana Republican primary weren’t high enough for Ted Cruz, enter another twist: Some of those ‘unbound’ delegates he fought so hard to get elected in smaller states like North Dakota now are voicing unease with the Texas senator amid his losing streak to Donald Trump. While those state contests

Trump and Clinton trade barbs after big wins in Northeast

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton rolled up wins in Northeastern states on Tuesday in a major show of strength and immediately turned their fire on each other in a possible preview of a general election matchup. Trump easily defeated rivals John Kasich and Ted Cruz in all five states that held contests, Pennsylvania,

Trump Wins 5 State Primaries in a Clean Sweep

Donald Trump swept primaries in five Northeastern states on Tuesday, edging closer to winning the Republican presidential nomination and dealing a fresh blow to rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich.  Trump, who has gained momentum after losing the Wisconsin primary to Cruz on April 5, scored victories in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware,