STATEMENT FROM SENATE CANDIDATE JAMES SCENIAK ON THE BIPARTISAN SAFER COMMUNITIES ACT Today, we see another attempt from Republican Todd Young and Washington D.C. whittling down the rights of Americans across the United States of America. The “bipartisan” Safer Communities Act, which Young voted Tuesday to pass to the Senate floor, is nothing more than
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Marking the fifth stop on the Indiana Democratic Party’s annual town hall series, Democrat and Libertarian state and federal election candidates spoke about a number of topics in New Albany on Wednesday. Candidates from the Indiana Republican Party were also invited to take part in the town hall, but they declined to
Indiana has 150 members in its legislature. Currently, 110 of those are Republicans. And it’s been Republicans who have led the education reform charge over the past decade. Reforms that former Indiana State School Supt. Jennifer McCormick – herself a Republican until recently – says are ruining public education. “We should all be alarmed,” the
Education concerns, baby formula shortages and rising inflation highlighted discussion at Thursday’s Town Hall meeting at the W.G. Smith Building in New Castle. The event, featuring Democrat and Libertarian candidates, included Democrats Nan Polk, a retired teacher running for the District 54 seat being vacated by the retiring Tom Saunders; U.S. Rep. candidate Cinde Wirth;
GREENFIELD – With the primary election now over, campaigns are ramping up for the general contest this fall. Democratic and Libertarian candidates for state and federal offices gathered at Greenfield-Central High School Tuesday night to discuss the economy, education, election security and other issues on voters’ minds. The event was part of statewide town hall
Indiana Democratic and Libertarian candidates are working together to hold a series of town halls across the state. The events, organized by the state Democratic Party, invite Hoosiers to ask questions of the candidates ahead of this fall’s elections. Democratic Secretary of State candidate Destiny Wells said the town halls are a response to what
The Libertarian Party is the fastest growing political party in the United States. Millions of Americans have voted for Libertarian Party candidates in past elections throughout the country, despite the fact that many state governments place roadblocks in our path to keep our candidates off the ballot and deprive voters of a real choice. The Libertarian Party of Indiana is the choice for Hoosiers that want Peace, Prosperity, and Freedom.