Remembering Lugar  |  Memorial  |  Keystone State Bipartisanship  |  Presidential Candidates
June 2019
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Remembering Lugar    Memorial    Keystone State Bipartisanship    Presidential Candidates


Remembering Senator Lugar

Washington, DC - After serving as Indianapolis Mayor for eight years, a U.S. Senator from Indiana for 36, and President of The Lugar Center for six, Senator Richard G. Lugar passed away on April 28, 2019, at the age of 87. READ HERE.

Memorial for an American Statesman

Indianapolis, IN - More than a thousand guests joined U.S. legislators, international dignitaries, community leaders, and more for former Senator Lugar's funeral on May 15 at St. Luke's Church in Indianapolis. WATCH HERE.

Pennsylvania Grades its Delegation

Allentown, PA - "How bipartisan are Pennsylvania's Senators and Representatives?" asks the Morning Call's DC correspondent, Laura Olson, in an April 1 analysis. Citing The Lugar Center's Bipartisan Index, Olson examines the bipartisan behavior of her state's legislators. READ HERE.

"American Democrats are Moderates. Their POTUS Candidates? Not So Much."

Washington, DC - As the 2020 election approaches, a diverse field of candidates has emerged. But how partisan are these presidential hopefuls? InsideSources's Michael Graham looks to the Bipartisan Index in this April 12 article. READ HERE.


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