Thursday, October 30, 2008

HPR Daily News Update - Thursday, October 30, 2008

Thursday, October 30, 2008
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Palin rallies thousands in Jeffersonville

Rokita: Long lines likely biggest issue Nov. 4

3rd Ind. poll in week shows even McCain-Obama race

Obama plans Lake County campaign stop on Friday

Effigy of Obama on southern Indiana tree

Young stepping down as Senate's top Democrat


Gary Post-Tribune

Early balloting proves popular

Obama returns to region Friday

Activists allege Daniels has 'cozy' ties with utility

LaPorte County judge facing ethics charges

Times of Northwest Indiana

Report: Callers ditch anti-Obama script

ACORN defends staff over dead voter application

S'ville faces $1.5M budget deficit

Obama advisers tout 'green' jobs

Ethics panel accuses LaPorte judge of misconduct

South Bend Tribune

Mayor claims city's safe

Gloves come off in final debate

'No' vote means 'yes' to keep township assessors

2 districts assured new senators

ENDORSEMENT: St. Joseph County

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Proposal on joint 911 gains allies at meeting

State deregulation pays off, expo told

Senate minority leader to relinquish post

Daniels' final ad of campaign debuts

Wayne assessor defends shirts, fliers

EDITORIAL: The right to vote

Lafayette Journal and Courier

Finger-pointing follows delays in assessment

Drug companies indirectly boosting Daniels' campaign

Campaigns adjust strategy for early voters

ENDORSEMENT: Truitt has clear ideas for District 26


Indianapolis Star

With presidential race too close to call, 'every vote counts'

Election officials assure voters: Isolated glitches are being resolved

Peterson, Ballard to push ballot measure

Democrats, Republicans battle for control of Indiana House

Obama supporters at rally say candidate inspires

EDITORIAL: Doubts about death, flaws in state system

Anderson Herald Bulletin

Madison County donors back candidates

County tax bills face further delay

Long wait surprises early voters

ENDORSEMENT: Area has been served well by dignified Pence

Muncie Star Press

McShurley proposes modest 2009 budget increase

Convention Center tells mayor thanks, but no thanks

Richmond Palladium-Item

Crowds continue to vote early

Terre Haute Tribune-Star

City leaders begin talks to tighten belts

Secretary of State Todd Rokita brings message to Wabash Valley


Evansville Courier & Press

Voter registry concerns emerging

Voting briefly delayed after cable line clipped

ENDORSEMENT: School referendum

Louisville Courier-Journal

Crowd revved up at Palin rally

Workers learn the drill for their day at the polls

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