Lack of competitive politics now hitting city halls

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s political scene is in distinct decline. Our congressional races are no longer competitive in general elections, whereas in past decades there would be half a dozen or so seat changes between Republicans and Democrats. Since the 2011 reapportionment, not a single congressional incumbent has been upset. Our General Assembly has become lopsided. ...
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