HPI Analysis: Indiana remains a 1-party state; Big Young, Morales wins; Mrvan survives; So do super majorities

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INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana remains, essentially, a one-party state after Tuesday’s mid-term election. Republicans are poised to increase their Senate and House super majorities; elected Diego Morales as secretary of state by a 14% plurality despite numerous allegations of vote fraud and sexual harassment, and came within several points of picking off the 1st CD seat ...

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