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  • Sen. Crider announces for open 6th CD seat
    “Friends, yesterday my good friend and Indiana's 6th District Congressman Luke Messer announced his intention to seek the position of US Senator in the upcoming election. That decision will create a vacancy in Congress which will need to be filled. After much prayer and deliberation I have decided that I will compete to fill that vacancy. This decision comes at a time when our country is deeply divided so I have no illusions that competing for the position or serving in it will be anything other than incredibly difficult. I believe that the skill sets I developed during my law enforcement career and my legislative career thus far will serve me well as I navigate the issues we face on a broader scale. Please keep Sherri and I in your thoughts and prayers as we embark on this life changing journey. I greatly appreciate the many calls and messages I've received as we contemplated whether this position was a fit for us or not. That support has been humbling as it is an incredible honor to serve the citizens of Indiana. In the coming days we will complete the paperwork and finalize the components necessary for a viable campaign.” - State Sen. Mike Crider, announcing he will run for the 6th CD seat that will be vacated by U.S. Rep. Luke Messer, who is running for the U.S. Senate. The Greenfield Republican was first elected to the Indiana Senate in 2012.
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  • Weird White House scenes as Trump poll approval withers in Indiana
    It doesn’t get any weirder than the White House we’ve seen over the past couple of days. President Trump and Vice President Pence are openly antagonizing the president’s most loyal early supporter, Attorney General Jeff Sessions with their “time will tell” job security quotes. It comes at a time when both are seeking Senate GOP votes on the teetering health reforms and many of Sessions’ former colleagues are not amused. There is great fear even in GOP Capitol Hill circles that a Sessions dismissal will set the stage for a Trump attempt to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which would set off a full-blown constitutional crisis. New White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci is targeting White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus on Twitter over “leaking” his publicly accessible financial disclosures. He is targeting what he calls “senior leakers,” threatening to clean house. President Trump ousts transgender military personnel, catching the Pentagon and Defense Sec. Jim Mattis (who is on vacation) by surprise. And The Independent and Buzzfeed report that in the nine minute pause between Trump’s transgender tweets Wednesday morning, Pentagon personnel actually fretted he was about to announce military action against North Korea, a nuclear power. How about a political ramification? Gallup posts Trump approve/disapprove numbers from Indiana - 47% approve, 48% disapprove - in a survey of 1,596 likely Hoosier voters. That contrasts with a poll conducted for Luke Messer’s Senate campaign, which reported an 83% job approval, but that poll included only likely Republican voters. Whew. - Brian A. Howey, publisher
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