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  • Gov. Holcomb talks about redistricting reform
    “I want to see more evidence of where our legislative districts are gerrymandered. How is it that Republicans have 89% of the county commissioners and the GOP has a majority of county sheriffs, a majority of statewide elective offices. Those are not gerrymandered.” - Gov. Eric Holcomb, when asked by the Anderson Herald-Bulletin's Ken de la Bastide if he would support an independent redistricting commission. Holcomb added, “This has long been the jurisdiction of the legislature. I’m very open-minded if we can make the system truly fair. I want to see that proposal.” 
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  • Huston's advice to Trump is to dump Pence, add Haley to the ticket

    Vice President Mike Pence once headed the Indiana Policy Review think tank. On Friday night, members heard a former aide to President Nixon suggested President Trump should replace him on the 2020 ticket with former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley.

    "My political advice to the president would be that he replace Pence with Nikki Haley," said Indianapolis attorney Tom Huston. "I don't think Pence adds anything to the ticket. He's already said that Pence is going to be on the ticket. Now let me say, I don't like Nikki Haley. But I do think she would bring something to the ticket that would be valuable to him to win reelection." Huston headed the Young Americans for Freedom, a group of young conservatives, before joining the Nixon administration as a speechwriter, then became a special projects aide and forged the controversial "Huston Plan" designed to confront domestic terrorism during the Vietnam War era. Huston was the featured speaker about the state of modern American conservatism.

    President Trump publicly asked Pence to stay on the ticket right after the 2018 election, but media reports had him questioning Pence's loyalty and what he would bring to the reelection bid. Some believe Nikki Haley, the former United Nations Ambassador and South Carolina governor, could help Trump attract female voters. - Brian A. Howey, publisher

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