My Indiana political history database has more than tripled in size–from 2,500 to over 8,800 people–after adding in every person who ever served in the Indiana General Assembly.
Lots of new data has been added and many new features have been added, including the introduction of primary election results.
In the first few months of this site being public, the most requested feature has been primary election results. And since Indiana looks headed towards an exciting 2016 primary election season, I thought it was probably a good idea to get those results loaded in.
We’ve rolled out some new minor changes, including permalinks for individual election results and a search feature for politicians.
Not technically, but one sitting Governor wasn’t renominated by his party at their state convention. Find out who in this article.
In Indiana, John Brademas may be best known for saving South Bend after Studebaker closed. Nationally, he’s known for being one of the most influential people in 20th Century education policy.
From 1831 until 1851, Indiana held Congressional elections five months after the official start of Congress…but they weren’t the only state to do so.
From 1816 to 1832, Indiana politicians didn’t use party labels. Here’s the reason why.