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Abortion rights top of mind at candidate town hall in Fishers

Tuesday’s event was hosted by the state’s Democratic Party and included Libertarian candidates as well. FISHERS, Ind — About 100 voters turned out at a Fishers library Tuesday night to hear from candidates for state and federal office in the upcoming election.  If the forum was any indication of the issues voters will be thinking about when …

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Federal, state and local candidates speak at town hall event

Several candidates for the upcoming midterm election were in Connersville on Thursday as part of a town hall series that has toured the state this year. The event in Connersville had been postponed once due to illness, but went on as planned on the rescheduled date Thursday inside the Miller Building. This town hall series …

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Senate Candidate Sceniak Participates In Evansville Pride & Juneteenth Events

JUNE 22, 2020 James Sceniak, the Libertarian Party of Indiana’s candidate for United States Senate, continued his tour of Indiana on June 18 at two events in Evansville. The first event was Pride in the Park at Garvin Park, where James met with voters and celebrated Pride Month. He then attended a community Juneteenth event. …

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U.S., state candidates speak at Indiana Democratic Party’s town hall

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 …

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Democrat, Libertarian candidates echo battle cry at forum

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; …

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