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Brian Howey

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Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Past articles by Brian:

HOWEY: Aberrant behavior in our White House

Many Americans voted for Donald Trump in 2016 to, essentially, burn the house down. He is now torching constitutional institutions. → Read More

Andrew Luck’s courage and an Indiana future

INDIANAPOLIS — For many Hoosiers, last weekend presented a gut punch when we learned that Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was retiring at the tender age of 29. → Read More

HOWEY: Mueller provides shaky performance in long-awaited testimony

In Wednesday's long-awaited testimony, Robert Mueller provided a startingly shaky performance with no bombshells. → Read More

Ross Perot defined a path for Donald Trump

In late spring 1992, Perot actually led President George H.W. Bush and Democrat Bill Clinton in the polls, giving us a glimpse of a populist movement with widespread traction. → Read More

HOWEY: Mayor Pete has caught the Republicans' attention

One way to know you’re picking up political traction is when opposing partisans begin to take notice, when you are no longer ignored. → Read More

HOWEY: President Bush41’s point of contrast and light

As an American, President Bush gave us a vibrant model of how to live and serve. → Read More

HOWEY: Hoosier Democrats have a collapsed foundation

Indiana has become, from a functional standpoint, a one-party state. → Read More

HOWEY: Indiana Republicans reach their historical apex

Gov. Eric Holcomb and Indiana Republican Chairman Kyle Hupfer presided over this cascading exhibition of absolute power. → Read More

Brian Howey: Indiana's 'pink wave' was underfunded

The lesson of the 2018 “pink wave” is that many Hoosier women were ready to step up and serve, but simply didn’t have the financial resources to mount serious campaigns. → Read More

HOWEY: Donnelly’s poll lead fueled by suburban women

He leads Braun by 16 percent with women. That compares with the 12 percent edge Donnelly had over Mourdock in the final 2012 tally. → Read More

Rep. Brooks seeking student and parent advocates on gun violence

Brooks is very deliberate in walking through the response of terrified students and parents who are now demanding “hardened” schools. → Read More

Brian Howey: We dodged bullets (and body bags) in Indiana last week

Parents are now demanding “hardened” schools at a big cost to taxpayers. Consider it payment to protect gun rights in a nation awash in firearms. → Read More

A new family dynasty takes the helm of the Senate

Here in the age of Trump, many families won’t talk politics or religion at family dinners. For the Brays, it was and is the norm. → Read More

Braun, Donnelly gird up for a sensational Senate race

Braun appears to present the best GOP matchup against Donnelly. He has claimed the outside-the-swamp mantle of President Trump. → Read More

Analysis: The mysterious, volatile Republican U.S. Senate race

With such a bulge of the unknowns, this race becomes one of the most mysterious and volatile in the television age of Indiana politics. → Read More

Howey: Pence returns to Indiana as Trump's turbulence grows

Vice President Mike Pence returns to Indianapolis on April 26 to tout President Trump and the Republican tax reforms. But this visit comes as his boss heads into what will likely be one of the most turbulent periods of his life. → Read More

Howey: Who will emerge from Democratic Party to run for governor?

The year 2017 is a long way off from the next gubernatorial race. But 2018? Not so much. → Read More

HOWEY: Opioid crisis brings a ‘haunting’ year to Gov. Holcomb

By sheer force of his personality, Gov. Eric Holcomb has personified in his first year in office the upbeat optimism of a happy warrior. → Read More

Opioid crisis brings a ‘haunting’ year for Holcomb

By sheer force of his personality, Gov. Eric Holcomb has personified in his first year in office the upbeat optimism of a happy warrior. → Read More

HOWEY: Lt. Gov. Crouch and Indiana’s glass ceiling

High above Gov. Eric Holcomb and Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch in the Statehouse south atrium where they announced their 2018 legislative priorities this week was the magnificent ceiling of ornate stained glass, in place since the 1880s. → Read More