Here are a few items from today’s Indy Politics Statewide Summary.  Click here to subscribe and get it daily.


Two Republican primary candidates were attacked for their votes last year to raise the state’s gas tax. They both won their races.  (WFYI)

Hoosier farmers are taking a collective sigh of relief after ongoing negotiations between President Donald Trump and China have appeared to reach a stalemate.  (Indiana Public Media)

Restaurants, factories, and hospitals: All types of employers seem to be experiencing labor shortages in Southern Indiana. Now, you can add builders and subcontractors to that list.  (News and Tribune)

Marijuana was not among the top concerns of most of the sheriffs from northern Indiana who gathered Tuesday morning for a roundtable discussion at the Porter County Sheriff’s Department.  (Times of Northwest Indiana)

Former Indiana first lady Susan Bayh had surgery Tuesday to remove a tumor related to a form of brain cancer.  (WIBC)

A group pushing to keep the Affordable Care Act intact has recently added Indiana to its target list.   (Journal Gazette)

Nonviolent protestors representing the national Poor People’s Campaign camped outside Gov. Eric Holcomb’s home in north Indianapolis for 24 hours of political action Monday and Tuesday.  (The Statehouse File)

Indianapolis’ mayor says Anthem Inc.’s (NYSE: ANTM) $20 million headquarters project, along with recent significant announcements from India-based Infosys (NYSE: INFY) and Genesys show the city remains a magnet for corporate headquarters.  (Inside Indiana Business)