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Howey Politics Indiana Sept. 17, 2020: HPI Interview: Sec. Lawson; Howey Column: Trump & the Big Ten; Horse Race: AG takes fund precedence over INGov; Seat Column: Next legislative session will be a doozy.
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Howey Politics Indiana Sept. 10, 2020: HPI Analysis: Pandemic at 6 months; Howey Column: Losers, suckers & rage; Horse Race: Merritt eyes 2024 INGov race; Dunn Column: God of Politics & Speaker Huston.
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Howey Politics Indiana Sept. 3, 2020: HPI Analysis: Trump/Biden race in decisive stage; Howey Column: A new 'red' menace; Horse Race: Pandemic impacting INGov race; Seat Column: My GOP platform; Hamilton Column: A nation adrift
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Howey Politics Indiana Aug. 27, 2020: HPI Interview: David McIntosh on 5th CD race; Pence goes law & order at RNC; Horse Race: 5th CD tossup; Lawson says no election changes; Banks; What to expect in second Trump term; Seat Column: Biden's strengths could be weaknesses
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  • Coats calls for bipartisan election oversight commission
    "The most urgent task American leaders face is to ensure that the election’s results are accepted as legitimate. Electoral legitimacy is the essential linchpin of our entire political culture. We should see the challenge clearly in advance and take immediate action to respond. The most important part of an effective response is to finally, at long last, forge a genuinely bipartisan effort to save our democracy, rejecting the vicious partisanship that has disabled and destabilized government for too long. If we cannot find common ground now, on this core issue at the very heart of our endangered system, we never will. Our key goal should be reassurance. We must firmly, unambiguously reassure all Americans that their vote will be counted, that it will matter, that the people’s will expressed through their votes will not be questioned and will be respected and accepted. I propose that Congress creates a new mechanism to help accomplish this purpose. It should create a supremely high-level bipartisan and nonpartisan commission to oversee the election." - Former national intelligence director and Indiana senator Dan Coats, in a New York Times op-ed published Thursday morning. 
     
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  • Woodward on why Coats didn't speak out on Trump
    Bob Woodward, the author of the new book “Rage” discussed the way in which President Trump diminished former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and former DNI Dan Coats and why he thinks Mattis and Coats have not publicly spoken about the president. “It’s almost a book in itself,” Woodward said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Wednesday. “This was a man who was a senator from Indiana. He was retiring and he was offered this job from Mike Pence, and felt he could not say no. He went in with these Republican values and was stunned, shocked and, in a way, just ground down from Trump’s refusal to accept reality.” Woodward said that at one point Mattis and Coats talked after a National Security Council meeting. “Mattis says that Trump has no moral compass. And Coats says, ‘Donald Trump,’ their leader, ‘does not know the difference between a lie and the truth.’ They were in the latter phase of their lives. (Trump) pulled all of these stunts in a way that led them to the point where, in Coats’s case, his wife Marsha said to him, ‘Look, Dan, God put you in this job. You’re not just failing the country, yourself and your family, but God and you need to get organized.’ Trump expelled him when it did not serve Trump’s purposes.”  - Brian A. Howey, publisher
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