May

Making headlines

May 30

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted by the Goshen News in "Democrats now see ticket as whole."

May 30

Charles Geyh of the IU Maurer School of Law is quoted by Reuters in "Judge criticized by Trump unseals documents in Trump University case."

May 29

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by the Indianapolis Star in "GOP facing choice in schools chief race."

May 27

IU Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton’s column "The case for efficient, effective and accountable gov't" appears in the Kokomo Tribune.

May 25

Brad Fulton of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by The Bloomington Herald-Times in "Researcher finds churches less involved in politics."

May 25

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted by The Indianapolis Star in "Can Hale help Gregg with female voters?"

May 25

Marjorie Hershey of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by The Bloomington Herald-Times in "Context important in 'bizarre' political year, IU professor says."

May 25

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by the News-Sentinel in "Democrat Gregg names legislator as running mate."

May 21

Les Lenkowsky of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by the Courier-Post in "Christie more charitable than Trump."

May 16

Marcia Baron of the IU Bloomington Department of Political Science is quoted by Patch in "Donald Trump, never accused of party loyalty, winning GOP on 'duty.'"

May 16

Marjorie Hershey of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by Politicker NJ in "More soft money may mean less outside spending."

May 16

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington and Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science are quoted by The Bloomington Herald-Times in "Money, name recognition fueled victors in U.S. House, Senate races."

May 14

Sheila Suess Kennedy of the SPEA at IUPUI writes "Reflections on a disheartening primary" for the Indianapolis Business Journal.

May 13

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted by The Times of Northwest Indiana in "Seismic activity in Republican Party."

May 12

IU Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton’s column "Those who know Congress best shaking their heads" appears in the Journal-Courier in Jacksonville, Ill.

May 12

IU Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton is quoted by CNBC in "How the expert class got Trumped & Berned."

May 9

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by the Bloomington Herald-Times in "Social media changing the nature of campaigns."

May 9

Filippo Menczer of the School of Informatics and Computing at IU Bloomington is quoted by the Los Angeles Times in "Be nice to Hillary Clinton online -- or risk a confrontation with her super PAC."

May 9

Bernard Fraga of the IU Bloomington Department of Political Science is quoted by The Bloomington Herald-Times in "Student precincts saw low turnout."

May 9

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington and Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science are quoted by the Bloomington Herald-Times in "Presidential primary victors took different paths to win."

May 9

Marjorie Hershey of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science and John Kessler of the IPFW Department of Economics are quoted by the Indianapolis Star in "Indiana's evangelicals fell short in big races."

May 9

Diana Z. O'Brien of the IU Bloomington Department of Political Science co-authors "Would Clinton really appoint a cabinet that’s half women and half men?" in the Washington Post Monkey Cage blog.

May 8

Marjorie Hershey of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by WANE radio in "Indiana voters send mixed signals in heated campaign season."

May 8

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted by the Terre Haute Tribune-Star in "Hill's underdog bid for Senate overshadowed by Indiana's governor's race."

May 6

Edward G. Carmines of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by Indiana Public Media in "Early campaign ads could increase voter turnout in November."

May 6

Kristina Sheeler, professor of communication studies at IUPUI, is quoted by Politifact in "Anatomy of a talking point: Donald Trump on the JFK assassination."

May 6

Jill Long Thompson of the Kelley School of Business and SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by The Bloomington Herald-Times in "No rest for candidates after primary."

May 6

Les Lenkowsky of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by the South Bend Tribune in "Mum on Trump: Local Republican leaders quiet on whether they'll back him."

May 5

Jamie Smith of IU South Bend's Department of Political Science is quoted by WSBT in "The primary is over, so what happens now for the GOP?"

May 4

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted by the Tribune Star in "30% of Vigo's GOP voters passed on Pence."

May 4

Aaron Dusso of the IUPUI Department of Political Science is quoted by The Straits Times in "Bernie Sanders beats Hillary Clinton in Indiana Democratic primary."

May 4

Marjorie Hershey of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by the Indianapolis Business Journal in "Trump at top of ticket is wild card in Indiana Senate race."

May 4

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by Voice of America in "Trump's shocking rise leaves Clinton favored, Republicans facing a choice."

May 4

Bernard Fraga of the IU Bloomington Department of Political Science is quoted by NBC News in "What now? Latinos feel locked out of GOP as Trump nears nomination."

May 3

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted by Market Watch in "This is why Ted Cruz lost the Indiana primary."

May 3

Michael Wolf of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted in "What went wrong with Cruz?"

May 3

Marjorie Hershey of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by ABC News in "5 storylines to watch in the Indiana primary."

May 3

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by the Dayton Daily News in "Indiana may be a must-win for Cruz."

May 3

Les Lenkowsky of SPEA at IU Bloomington and Marjorie Hershey of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science are quoted by The Street in "Donald Trump hammers United Technologies in Indiana in race for GOP nomination."

May 3

Les Lenkowsky of SPEA at IU Bloomington and Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science are quoted by U.S. News and World Report in "The last gasp."

May 2

Timothy Slaper of the Indiana Business Research Center at IU is quoted by NPR in "As factory jobs slip away, Indiana voters have trade on their minds."

May 2

Fabio Rojas of the IU Bloomington Department of Sociology is quoted by Fox News Latino in "Cruz's presidential hopes hang on Indiana, even as he vows to continue on."

May 2

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by WANE in Fort Wayne in "Indiana to choose confrontation or pragmatism for Senate."

May 2

Joe Wert of the IU Southeast Department of Political Science is quoted by WDRB in Louisville in "Heavy turnout expected in Indiana primary."

May 2

Marjorie Hershey of IU Bloomington's Department of Political Science is quoted by The Hill in "Trump looks for Indiana knockout."

May 2

Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by Slate in "The 'Who's Sure?' State."

May 2

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science and Paul Helmke of SPEA at IU Bloomington are quoted by the Bloomington Herald-Times in "Big names, contested races could bring some surprises in primary."

May 1

Charles A. Trzcinka of the IU Kelley School of Business writes in the Indianapolis Star that "Donald Trump trade war would devastate Indiana."

May 1

Jerry Conover, director of the Indiana Business Research Center, is quoted by Univision in "En Indiana no todos ven esa masiva fuga de empleos que denuncian Trump y Sanders."

May 1

David Audretsch of SPEA at IU Bloomington is quoted by the South Bend Tribune in "Indiana primary candidates key in on manufacturing."

May 1

Andy Downs of the IPFW Department of Political Science is quoted by the Indianapolis Star in "In Indiana, Hillary Clinton hopes to squeek out a win like in 2008."

May 1

Timothy Slaper, an economist in the IU Kelley School of Business, is quoted by the New York Times in "Indiana economy offers caution and inspiration as primary nears."