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  • Club For Growth endorses Spartz in 5th CD GOP primary
    “Growing up in Soviet Ukraine and witnessing the devastation of socialism has made Victoria Spartz a principled, free market conservative who understands the importance of a strong and free economy to Indiana families. Spartz has proven herself in business and in government as a state senator, and we are looking forward to supporting her campaign.” - Club For Growth President David McIntosh, endorsing 5th CD Republican candidate Victoria Spartz. It is the first major endorsement for State Sen. Spartz in the crowded GOP primary field. McIntosh, a former Indiana congressman and 2000 GOP gubernatorial nominee, lost the 5th CD primary to U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks, who is retiring.
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  • Pence, Holcomb, Buttigieg head 2020 HPI Power 50
    By BRIAN A. HOWEY in Indianapolis
    and MARK SCHOEFF JR., 
    in Washington

    As we unveil the 2020 version of the Howey Politics Indiana Power 50 List, Hoosiers appear to be relatively satisfied with their state government, unsure about the federals and specifically President Trump, and are most concerned about health care and the economy.

    These are the latest survey numbers from the We Ask America Poll conducted in early December for the Indiana Manufacturers Association. They accentuate the formulation of our annual Power 50 list headed by Vice President Mike Pence, Gov. Eric Holcomb, former South Bend mayor and Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg, and the state’s two Republican senators who will likely sit in judgment (and acquittal) of President Trump in an impeachment trial later this month. 

    As Pence appears to be heading off thinly veiled attempts by Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump to get him off the 2020 ticket, Hoosiers by 47.4% approve to 47.7% disapprove of President Trump’s job performance. This is consistent with 2019 polling by Ball State University and Morning Consult. On the national right/wrong track, just 37% of registered voters in Indiana feel that the country is headed in the right direction, while a majority, 52%, say that things have gotten off on the wrong track, including 51% of independents and 26% of Republicans. Among female voters, the right/wrong track split is 29%/58%.

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