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First of all, I want to show that it is possible to rig a red state into a Democratic-majority House delegation: 3d District : Gerrymander queen Jackie Walorski . In my ongoing effort to get rid of Walorski, I give you this South Bend and Elkhart district. Comment?
A well-connected Republican political operative is the first candidate to formally jump into the race to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana. The 71-year-old Coats announced Tuesday that he wouldn't seek re-election. Comment?
Coats, a creature of the establishment who had previously served from 1989 to 1999 , had to be lured out of a cushy retirement as a lobbyist to give the GOP a top-tier candidate to take on Sen. Evan Bayh in 2010. Coats relented, and to everyone's great surprise, Bayh announced his stunning retirement just days later. Comment?
Tully: U.S. Sen. Dan Coats will not seek reelection U.S. Sen. Dan Coats has struggled with a decision on whether to seek reelection. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://indy.st/1bqrkBu U.S. Sen. Dan Coats has struggled with a decision on whether to seek reelection. Comment?
It's nearly spring and the end of "winter heating season." Now Vectren's regulatory moratorium is set to expire Monday, March 16th. Comment?
Vectren reports that February temperatures were 26% colder than normal and 9% colder than last year. "Given February has produced temperatures even colder than those experienced in last year's polar vortex, customers will likely see similar or slightly higher energy bills..." "Given February has produced temperatures even colder than those experienced in last year's polar vortex, customers will likely see similar or slightly higher energy bills when compared to the same period last year," said Brad Ellsworth, president of Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana - South. Comment?
As artic air pushes its way into southwestern Indiana, Vectren Energy Delivery wants to remind customers to be aware of heating safety throughout the winter months. Having a furnace tune-up by a professional; knowing how to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning and detect a gas leak; and being aware of the safety precautions associated with the use of space heaters are simple ways to keep your household safe throughout the year. Comment?
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