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Indiana's electors cast their votes for Romney

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Indiana's 11 members of the Electoral College have formally cast the state's presidential votes for Republican Mitt Romney. More>>

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Indiana turnout at 58 percent for November 2012 election

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Wells County had the highest turnout in the state at 72 percent. More>>

New Indiana congressional delegation will lack clout

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Indiana will have three new Republican House members. More>>

Nearly 70 million viewers watch election coverage

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NBC came out on top among all networks, averaging 12.1 million viewers during Tuesday's prime-time hours of 8-11 p.m. More>>

GOP weighs options for increased Statehouse power

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Republicans say their leadership at the Statehouse will look very similar next year despite a change in governors. More>>

Donnelly seeks middle ground

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Democrat Joe Donnelly won the most expensive race in Indiana history, beating Richard Mourdock and becoming the Hoosier state's next US senator. More>>

Pence outlines transition, promises commitment to excellence

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Governor-elect Mike Pence (R) vowed to continue the work of Gov. Mitch Daniels' administration, and promised Hoosiers that Indiana is "on the verge of an era of growth and opportunity like no other in our lifetime." More>>

After election, attention turns to economy

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The day after the election, the president is turning attention to the big challenges ahead. More>>

Three states approve gay marriage

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Maryland, Washington state and Maine approved ballot measures allowing same-sex marriage. More>>

Pence elected as Indiana governor

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Republican Mike Pence will be Indiana's next governor after a victory that helps extend his party's control of the Statehouse. More>>

Indiana elects two women to Congress

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Indiana elected two women to Congress last night. Never before have two female representatives from Indiana served in Congress at the same time. More>>

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