Leslie Bonilla Muñiz

Leslie Bonilla Muñiz

Leslie joins the Indiana Capital Chronicle after covering city government and urban affairs for the Indianapolis Business Journal for more than a year. She graduated from Northwestern University in March 2021, and has reported for the Chicago Tribune, Voice of America and student publications in Evanston, Illinois, Washington, D.C., and Doha, Qatar.

Pence defends Georgia election after Trump indictment, announces states’ rights plan

By: - August 16, 2023

Former Vice President Mike Pence defended Georgia’s elections in a speech Wednesday morning — days after former president Donald Trump was indicted in that state — even as he denounced what he framed as politically motivated attacks on his former boss. “Despite what the former president and his allies have said — for more than […]

Pence announces run for President

By: - June 7, 2023

Former Vice President Mike Pence made his presidential bid official early Wednesday in a video highlighted by optimism, even as it acknowledged the country’s economic, political and cultural turmoil. “Today, our country’s in a lot of trouble,” Pence said in the video, which went live at 5:30 a.m. As he spoke, images and headlines depicted high […]

VP Harris professes support for Hoosier women in abortion-rights visit

By: - July 25, 2022

Vice President Kamala Harris condemned Indiana Republicans’ near-total abortion ban proposal in her high-profile visit to Indianapolis Monday — the first real day of a special legislative session aimed partially at further restricting abortion. “The government should not be telling an individual what to do, especially as it relates to one of the most intimate and personal […]