An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department leader said Thursday it is not expecting any violence on Election Day and has not received any credible threats.
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- On Tuesday, I-Team 8 checked [...]
On Nov. 3, Election Day, 188 polling locations will open in Marion County.
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Operation Legend is now over [...]
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Indiana has drafted a three-phase plan to [...]
Ballots delivered after the noon Nov. 3 deadline will be kept but not counted.
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- From the time the polls [...]
2 boys tell police they fired BB gun from bus; shots threatened 6th Congressional District candidate
“I’m ticked off right now. This should not have happened. I don’t feel safe even at my own home,” Jeannine Lee Lake said.
The applications can be sent to voters by any political party or interested group that is willing to pay to the postage and printing cost.
“I said that I’m part of the government, but I will not be part of the government overreach."