The Indiana Democratic Party today announced the 2013 Emerging Leaders Project class, a group of 40 up-and-coming Hoosier Democrats under the age of 40 who will work together over the next year to grow their political leadership skills and ensure the long-term success of the party.
Press Release - 07/22/2013 - Indiana Democrats on Gov. Pence playing politics with Hoosier health care
"Over the weekend, it became clear that Gov. Pence will stop at nothing to oppose President Obama's plan to provide affordable health care to millions of Americans. The Indiana Department of Insurance released misleading data as a political scare tactic to grandstand against improved health care and increased health coverage for Hoosiers."
Indiana Democratic Party Chair John Zody offered the following statement on the passing of former Gary Mayor Rudy Clay.
Indiana Democratic Party Chair John Zody released the following statement in response to Marion Mayor Wayne Seybold's announcement today that he will run for State Treasurer next year.
Indiana Democratic Party Chair John Zody released the following statement to commemorate this year's Workers Memorial Day, which will be recognized today with a ceremony at the Statehouse.
Indiana Democratic Party Chair John Zody released the following statement following the adjournment of the 2013 Indiana General Assembly session.
Indiana Democrats today elected a new statewide leadership team at a State Central Committee meeting in Indianapolis. The following Democratic leaders were elected to four-year terms.
Press Release - 03/06/2013 - Indiana Democratic Party announces candidates for statewide leadership positions
The following individuals have filed to run for Indiana Democratic Party leadership positions. The candidates for Chair and Vice Chair will run unopposed.
“On this day when we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, we look with common faith — the same faith that guided Dr. King during difficult times — toward the future of our great nation and all that we can accomplish together. We congratulate President Obama as he begins his second term, and we look forward to four more years of his leadership."
Indiana Democratic Party Chair Dan Parker issued the following statement on the swearing-in of Gov. Mike Pence today.
Press Release - 01/07/2013 - Statement from Indiana Democrats on the opening of the 2013 legislative session
“As lawmakers convene for this year’s session, I hope they focus on the issues they talked about in the campaign: jobs, our economy and working together to solve our problems. We can’t afford to be distracted by any issues that don’t improve the livelihood of middle class Hoosiers, and we’ll be vigilantly watching to make sure legislative leaders uphold their campaign promises.”
The Indiana Democratic Party has named U.S. Senator-elect Joe Donnelly's deputy campaign manager as its executive director.
The Indiana Democratic Party has officially launched www.TheIndianaDelegation.com, an interactive website that will feature Hoosier delegates and their activities at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., this week.
The Indiana Democratic Party today announced its official delegation to the 2012 Democratic National Convention, which will take place Sept. 3-6 in Charlotte, N.C.
Indiana Democrats interested in becoming delegates at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., have until June 8 to file their paperwork with the Indiana Democratic Party.
With gas prices skyrocketing, Hoosiers of all stripes are rejecting Senator Lugar’s gas tax--65% of voters reported in a Global Strategy Group poll that Senator Lugar’s call to raise the gas tax gave them major doubts re-electing the 35-year incumbent.
Marion County Circuit Court rules Republican Charlie White was ineligible candidate
South Bend native managed Joe Donnelly’s campaign last year
Petition system must be changed to prevent future mistakes, oversights
Press Release - 10/06/2011 - Indiana Democrats call on Lottery Director to step down after wasting thousands in taxpayer dollars
Parker: “When will someone in the Daniels administration be held accountable for their actions?”