Mike Pence at Muncie Free Press - Delaware County Indiana | News and Information
By Rick Yencer
MUNCIE, IN - The money race for Indiana's next governor will clearly be won by Republican Congressman Mike Pence, while it will take a party split and an extraordinary candidate for Democrats to win statewide in 2012, according to veteran political pundit Ray Scheele.
By Rick Yencer
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Less than 12 hours before Tuesday's primary election, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney came to town for a private fundraiser while touting jobs as the make or break issue in the 2012 election.
Romney insisted to a crowd of the richest Indiana residents that the United States was headed to ruin like Europe with high unemployment and a decaying industrial base that also facing rising debt all thanks to Democratic President Barack Obama.
CONNERSVILLE, IN - Indiana 6th District Congressional candidate Barry Welsh (D-Connersville) released the following statement Friday, October 19 regarding the vote Thursday by current Representative Mike Pence.
Compromise Would Protect Needy Children and Hardworking Families
WASHINGTON, DC –
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Leaders of the Society of Professional Journalists are pleased with today's passage of the Free Flow of Information Act of 2007. The legislation was introduced in May by Reps. Rick Boucher (D-Va.) and Mike Pence (R-Ind.). With 71 co-sponsors, the bill was passed today by a landslide vote of 398 to 21.
WASHINGTON DC - U.S. Congressman Mike Pence gave the following speech on the floor of the U.S. House today in support of the Free Flow of Information Act, a bill he originally authored three years ago:
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Leaders of the Society of Professional Journalists are urging members of the United States House of Representatives to pass the Free Flow of Information Act of 2007. If passed, the bill would help journalists protect the identities of their sources and the information provided by those sources.
WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Congressman Mike Pence issued the following statement today announcing that the Free Flow of Information Act is scheduled for consideration by the U.S. House of Representatives for the first time ever tomorrow. The legislation, also called the federal media shield bill, was originally authored by Pence.