In Primary Victories, `Strange Bedfellows’ Indeed

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): The only consistent thread through Indiana's otherwise lackluster 2014 primary elections may be the realization that politics indeed makes strange bedfellows. Diverse groups united to oust three incumbents, for reasons equally as diverse. In northeast Indiana, unions and tea partyers joined to oust Republican Representative Rebecca Kubacki. She was one of two House members to lose in the area.