• Creator
  • Bavender, Chris; Tucker, Derek; Ferreri, Nicholas
  • Description
  • Republicans won the majority of Indiana state government elections in 2004, gaining control of the Indiana General Assembly for the first time since 1988. Among their top priorities may be pushing for a ban on gay marriage, loosening restrictions on gambling, and increasing funding for charter schools.; The Burris Laboratory School in Muncie, Indiana held mock elections on November 2, 2004, mirroring the 2004 Indiana gubernatorial election and... more
    Republicans won the majority of Indiana state government elections in 2004, gaining control of the Indiana General Assembly for the first time since 1988. Among their top priorities may be pushing for a ban on gay marriage, loosening restrictions on gambling, and increasing funding for charter schools.; The Burris Laboratory School in Muncie, Indiana held mock elections on November 2, 2004, mirroring the 2004 Indiana gubernatorial election and the 2004 United States presidential election. There was no correlation, positive or negative, between the students' choices and actual election results.; Weather. less
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  • Digital video; Color images
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