WBAA Election Coverage

WBAA Election Coverage – (2010-05-05) – WEST LAFAYETTE, IN – The 4th Congressional District race this fall will feature two candidates with wide name recognition.

Indiana Star Primary Election–4th District

Chris Sikich, Indianapolis Star – Secretary of State Todd Rokita will take a fundraising lead and name recognition into the fall race to succeed fellow Republican Steve Buyer in the 4th Congressional District.

Rokita vs. Sanders

AMANDA HAMON • ahamon at jconline com – The 16 candidates vying to run for the 4th District congressional seat were whittled to two Tuesday.

Crowded Congressional Primary

Scott Allen, Herald Journal – It’s down to the final campaigning moments in the most contested race. White County will have on its ballots tomorrow.

Crowded Fourth District Field Offers Primary Voters Many Options

Mike Loizzo, WBAA – One of the most contested Primary races in Indiana is the Republican nomination for the 4th District Congressional seat. Thirteen candidates are trying to succeed incumbent Steve Buyer who announced his retirement earlier this year.

Candidate Holds Town Hall Meetings

WLFI TV – A candidate for the fourth district congressional seat holds a town hall meeting to find out what is important to constituents.

13 GOP Hopefuls Making For a Big 4th District Race

Mary Beth Schneider, Indianapolis Star – On a bright, sunny Saturday when most people were outside, Fred and Barbara Owens were inside, attending a candidate forum for a chance to compare the 4th Congressional District candidates side by side. By side, by side, by side, by side, by side, by side . . .

Candidates Speak in Lafayette Forum

Scott Allen, Monticello Herald Journal – LAFAYETTE — Eleven of Indiana’s 4th District U.S. Representative candidates discussed the issues in a forum Friday presented by Greater Lafayette Commerce.

Lafayette Holds District 4 Luncheon

Dorothy Schneidery, Journal and Courier – Nearly all of the District 4 congressional candidates who spoke Friday in Lafayette could at least agree on one thing.

Democratic Candidates Seek Buyer’s Position

Ken Hartman, Frankfort Times – ROSSVILLE – In past years, the 4 th Congressional District in Indiana has been highly saturated with Republican influence.

Democrat David Sanders Took an Unique Approach

Jay Heater, Journal Review – Democrat David Sanders took a unique approach Thursday evening to his campaign for the 4th District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. He listened.

Democrat Plans to Host Town Hall

Frank Phillips, Journal Review – Democrat David Sanders plans to host a town hall meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Baxter Hall at Wabash College on Thursday.

Interview on Adbul In the Morning

David Sanders was interviewed on WXNT’s Abdul In the Morning (1430 AM)…

13 Republicans, 3 Democrats Want 4th District Seat

Dorothy Schneider, Journal and Courier – Richard Chastain’s first impression of the primary race for the 4th District congressional seat: “It’s pretty crowded.”

Democrats Make a Call For Reversal

Ronald Hawkins, Reporter Times – Martinsville—Morgan County Democrats were told Tuesday they need to work to stymie further big business control of the 4th District U.S. House seat and state offices.

Sanders Has Scientific Reason To Run

Ronald Hawkins, Reporter-Times of Martinsville – Purdue University biology professor David Sanders had previously lost two bids to unseat U.S. Rep. David Buyer, R-4, but believed this year it would be different, he said.

Professor Declares Intent to Run for Office

Staff Reports, Purdue Exponent – Purdue professor David Sanders filed with the Indiana Election Commission on Thursday to run for the U.S. House 4th District seat, seeking the Democratic nomination.