Indiana voters head to the polls today for the state's primary election, and all eyes are on the Republican race for U.S. Senate. Six-term incumbent Richard Lugar is trying to survive a strong test from the right.
Politicians are begging their supporters to donate campaign cash. That's because Friday is a key fundraising marker before the 2012 election.Fundraising numbers can be a sign of a candidate's support, or lack of it, and many use the reporting deadlines to make urgent appeals.Indiana U.S.
Indiana voters might be accustomed to seeing their senior U.S. senator in a regular business suit and tie, but in Hobart, Indiana on Tuesday morning, Richard Lugar looked every bit the part of a candy maker complete with white lab coat, safety glasses and hair net.