INDIANAPOLIS – As voters made their way to the polls Tuesday, many said certain issues are what brought them out. Voters said that issues like infrastructure, crime, and keeping the city businesses friendly were important to them. “I think we’ve kind of been stagnant for a while,” Indianapolis voter McKenzie Conard said. “So, I am […]

HAMILTON COUNTY — The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is investigating reports of voter interference at an early voting location in Carmel. “We take criminal allegations very seriously and I want to assure the public that this complaint will be reviewed with the utmost diligence in conjunction with the Hamilton County Elections Board,” Hamilton County Sheriff […]

INDIANAPOLIS — We’re just over a week from the deadline to register to vote — Tuesday, October 11. “It’s a hard deadline for Indiana. After that, that’s it,” said Dr. Chad Kinsella, a Political Science Professor at Ball State. Organizers say this year, they have seen a spike in new voter registration in the Hoosier […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis City-County Council’s Rules and Public Policy Committee has approved a map that may determine districts for the next 10 years. The full council will have to vote to approve the 2024 map, which could happen as early as the next council meeting on May 2. Jenn Watts is an Indianapolis resident who got involved […]

Hosted by Ebony Chappel and Cameron Ridle Beyond the offices of President and Governor, local school boards are a hotly contested race in the 2020 election. Cameron and Ebony talk with WFYI reporter Eric Weddle about the IPS School Board race and also catch up with Radio One Indy General Manager, Deon Levingston, to hear […]

Marion County residents will soon have five additional locations to cast their ballots early.  The new in-person early voting locations in Marion County will be open from Oct. 24 through Nov. 1.

President Donald Trump and Joe Biden met for the second and final time for Thursday’s debate before next month’s presidential election. For millions of voters, their decision has already been made as early voting figures are being tallied at a record pace.

Hosted by Ebony Chappel and Cameron Ridle City Council Proposal 237 seeks to add more civilian oversight to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, something many community members have been calling for. However, not everyone agrees it is the best move for the city. Pastor James Jackson of Fervent Prayer Church and Jessica Louise of Indy10 […]

Hosted by Ebony Chappel and Cameron Ridle We took caller comments and questions all morning long on the hot topics of the week including long lines for early voting in Marion County, a recent report revealing IMPD’s rates of police dog bites of Black people and more. City Councillor William “Duke” Oliver, Dr. Clyde Posley […]

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana has stayed its earlier decision to extend Indiana’s absentee voting deadline, again changing the deadline for when absentee ballots must be returned.

Tuesday was the first day of early voting in Indiana and a record number of people showed up to cast their vote in Marion County.

Hosted By Cameron Ridle and Ebony Chappel We take listener phone calls and comments all morning long on the issues of the week in Indianapolis and across the country.