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Roland Martin, host of “NewsOne Now” says no matter who won in the 2014 midterm elections don’t sit on your behind get involved, get engaged…

A special election investigation by Al Jazeera America and journalist Greg Palast uncovered a series of Republican lead anti-voter fraud actions that may be targeting…

Amazingly, a new poll shows that likely voters would prefer a Republican controlled Congress over a Democratic one. The Wall Street Journal/Annenberg Poll found that…

In an Afternoons with Amos exclusive interview, City-County Councilwoman Christine Scales, a two term Republican Councilwoman speaks out on why the Republican leadership of the Council banned her this week from sitting with the other Republican Councilors during their regular caucus sessions.  For years Council members of both parties meet in separate caucuses before each […]

In her first visit to Afternoons with Amos, new Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann talked about a wide range of subjects with Amos and listeners.  Lt. Gov. Ellspermann talked about the state’s foreclosure prevention programs and the 1-877-GETHOPE phone line.  The Lt. Governor’s Office oversees the Indiana Housing and Community Development Department which oversees the foreclosure […]

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW JUST ADDED: Jose Evans, who two years ago ran as a Democrat for Mayor of Indianapolis, suddenly announced Tuesday that he was switching from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party.  In an Exclusive, extended interview on Afternoons with Amos, Evans, who represents City-County Council District 1 on the far northwest side Pike […]

The impasse between Republican Mayor Greg Ballard and the Democratic majority on Indianapolis’ City-County Council could lead to a severe budget crisis in January that could result in a number of county agencies drastically reducing mandated services to the public.  On Afternoons with Amos, Scott Miller, President of the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce was […]

EXCLUSIVE: In their only broadcast debate, Democratic Rep. Andre Carson and Republican challenger Carlos May clashed sharply on a wide variety of issues during a formal debate Monday. The two men in the race for the 7th Congressional District seat appeared in a special edition of Afternoons with Amos. At times the discussion between Rep. […]

Indiana’s three Governor candidates met in their first debate from the Zionsville Performing Arts Center. Republican Rep. Mike Pence, Democrat John Gregg and Libertarian Rupert Boneham met in an hour long debate that talked about jobs, education, corrections, fiscal and tax policy and a lot more issues.  Watch the video of the debate Courtesy of […]

The latest Candidate Tuesday focused on five Marion County House Districts encompassing a number of Indianapolis area neighborhoods. Appearing on afternoons with Amos were Republican and Democratic candidates for the House of Representatives from Districts 86, 87, 89, 92 and 100.  The candidates discussed a wide range of issues from mass transit, the Department of […]

The latest edition of Afternoons with Amos Candidate Tuesdays involved Democratic and Republican candidates in three area State Senate Districts.  Candidates from two districts appeared. Senate District 28 – which includes all of Hancock County, the northern third of Shelby County and a corridor within Marion County bounded roughly by Keystone, East County Line Road, […]

The two candidates for Indiana Attorney General appeared on Afternoons with Amos and made their case for why Hoosiers should vote for them in the November 6th election.  Incumbent Republican Attorney General Greg Zoeller and Democratic challenger Kay Fleming each told listeners what they would do if elected by the voters.  Both candidates talked about […]