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Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne Chancellor Vicky Carwein issued the following statement Monday afternoon in response to President Trump’s executive order on immigration:

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New York Times journalist and Fort Wayne native Charlie Savage spoke at IPFW Thursday about post-9/11 presidential power. 

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I’ve never really gotten into gossip publications or TV shows. I can kind of understand the appeal—the desire to live vicariously through the rumored celebrations and, perhaps more so, the rumored failures of celebrities. Similarly, I don’t really care to see the medical records of Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. Maybe if I could understand the reasoning behind seeing them, I’d have a different view.

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IPFW's Omnibus Lecture Series kicked off Thursday with a sold-out lecture from former Florida governor and Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush.

In a press conference Thursday afternoon, Bush said Donald Trump's selection of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate was one of Trump's better decisions.

But Bush wouldn’t endorse Trump and said he isn’t sure how he will vote in November.

“For the first time in my life, I haven’t figured that out completely yet,” he said. “I’m really interested in the first debate.”

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Indiana Gov. Mike Pence took the stage Wednesday in Cleveland at the 2016 Republican National Convention. He is now, officially, the vice-presidential running mate of Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Allen County GOP Party Chairman Steve Shine says enthusiasm is an understatement when describing his reaction to the news that Gov. Mike Pence is running for vice president.

Lisa Ryan, WBOI News

With Gov. Mike Pence out of the gubernatorial race, the chair and vice-chair of the Republican committees in each Congressional district are now tasked with choosing his replacement.

Pence Visits Three Rivers Festival In Fort Wayne

Jul 13, 2016

Gov. Mike Pence was in Fort Wayne Wednesday after meeting with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump this morning.

Kasich/Cruz Deal Might Not Work

May 3, 2016
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Last month, Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz and John Kasich struck a deal. Kasich would stop campaigning in Indiana, in exchange for Cruz to stop campaigning in some Western states.

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Indiana’s primary typically doesn’t play much of a role in the outcome of presidential primaries. But this year is different.

Some pundits are saying the Hoosier primary is make-or-break for GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.

WBOI’s Katy Anderson spoke with Ken Rudin, host of the Political Junkie podcast and former political editor at NPR, to get his take.

Rudin says Indiana is in a rare position to make some important presidential choices.

Interview Highlights:

On  why Indiana is in the spotlight this season:

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