Sandberg announces re-election campaign

Susan Sandberg to file for Bloomington City Council, At-Large, announcing re-election campaign

Susan Sandberg will seek a third term on the Bloomington City Council. She has served as a councilmember at-large since 2007 with a history of strong leadership roles on Council committees and within the Bloomington community. She currently serves as Council Parliamentarian, is the chair of the Community Development Block Grants Social Services committee and will again chair the Jack Hopkins Social Services Fund committee in 2015.  Sandberg is vice chair of the Monroe County Democratic Party.

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Granger seeking re-election to City Council District 2

After thoughtful consideration, I have filed candidate papers to run again for Bloomington City Council, District 2. I have served on City Council since 2012 and worked hard as a council representative. I believe I have made a difference and would like to continue this work.

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Guthrie announces candidacy for City Council District 4

Philippa Guthrie filed today as a Democratic candidate for Bloomington City Council District 4.  Guthrie is currently Vice President and General Counsel for the Indiana University Foundation. She earned a JD from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law and an MPA in Environmental Policy from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

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Chris Sturbaum seeking re-election for City Council D1

It has been an honor to serve the west side for the past eleven years.

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Piedmont-Smith Announces Run for City Council

Isabel Piedmont-Smith has announced her candidacy for Bloomington City Council, District 5. Her platform is focused on poverty issues, sustainability, and inclusive governance. Piedmont-Smith, who held the District 5 position for one term (2008-2011), enters the race after incumbent Darryl Neher announced he will run for mayor.

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Darryl Neher files for Mayor of Bloomington

Bloomington City Council Representative Darryl Neher enters Mayor’s race, pledges continued progressive governance

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John Hamilton files for Mayor of Bloomington

Today, John Hamilton filed as a Democratic candidate for the office of Mayor of Bloomington in the upcoming municipal election.  

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Nicole Bolden announces candidacy for Bloomington City Clerk

Nicole Bolden, Hearing Officer/Deputy City Clerk, announced her candidacy for Bloomington City Clerk. Bolden filed for the office today.

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Candidate Filing information

All interested municipal candidates:

The filing period for candidates running for public office opens today.  The 2015 Indiana Election Guide is now available on the Secretary of State's web page.  Please use this link to find the appropriate filing forms and additional information related to the 2015 municipal elections. The filing deadline is 12pm (noon) on February 6th.  Candidates seeking access to VAN must complete a 2015 voter file access agreement.  You can obtain a copy of the form by sending an email to Party Chair Mark Fraley at mark.fraley@gmail.com.

 

Offices on the 2015 ballot:

 

CITY OF BLOOMINGTON

MAYOR

CITY CLERK

COMMON COUNCIL MEMBER DISTRICTS 1 – 6 (elect one)

COMMON COUNCIL MEMBER AT-LARGE (elect 3)

 

TOWN OF ELLETTSVILLE

TOWN CLERK

TOWN COUNCIL MEMBER, WARDS 1 -3 (elect one)

 

TOWN OF STINESVILLE

TOWN CLERK

TOWN BOARD MEMBER (elect 3)

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Congrats to new chair and treasurer

Congratulations to new MCDP Chair, Mark Fraley, and new MCDP Treasurer, Todd Lare, elected in this evening's caucus to serve the Party. Neither are strangers to headquarters, and we are forging ahead with the new configuration of leadership to focus not only on 2015, but on the years ahead. We thank both Mark and Todd for stepping forward, and know that MCDP is in good hands.

Our deepest gratitude to outgoing Chair Trent Deckard, and Treasurer Anthony Smith, for their service and dedication in the past two years. Both have exciting new developments in their lives to focus on, and we wish them the very best. This transition will be nearly seamless due to the attentiveness of both to this organization. We'll miss you, but know you will remain dedicated Democrats and supporters!

Cheers,
MCDP

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