Originally posted to the MCDP Facebook page on Saturday, April 6th:
"The Monroe County Democratic Party, in light of recent allegations, calls on Commissioner Amanda Barge to take immediate steps to:
- Publicly clarify that she will not accept the nomination for Bloomington Mayor should she receive the majority of votes in the primary
- Resign immediately as Monroe County Commissioner.
Statement by the Monroe County Democratic Party
In light of the recent article that was published in the Indiana Daily Student, we are left feeling disheartened and upset. Let us be extremely clear, sexual harassment and abuse of power should have no place anywhere in our city and county and we take accounts of such very seriously.Read more
Trent Deckard is the newest member of the Monroe County Council, chosen by local Democratic Party members at a caucus Sunday afternoon, while Jennifer Crossley is now the party’s county chairwoman.Read more
Local party leaders, candidates and election officials are gearing up for this year’s city and town elections.Read more
Despite it being a holiday, it was standing room-only in the Nat U. Hill meeting room of the Monroe County Courthouse Tuesday to watch more than 50 elected officials be sworn in.Read more
Mark Fraley, Chair of the Monroe County Democratic Party, recently announced his resignation as MCDP chair. The resignation will take place early in 2019, when a successor will be selected in a caucus of precinct committee people.Read more
The biggest news from Tuesday’s midterm election?
The voter turnout.
The Network for Public Education Action Fund Endorses Liz Watson for Congress in Indiana
By Diane Ravitch
October 27, 2018
The Network for Public Education Action Fund is pleased to endorse Liz Watson for Congress in Indiana’s 9th Congressional District.
The Network for Public Education Action has endorsed Liz Watson in the general election for Indiana’s 9th Congressional District seat in the United States House of Representatives.Read more
Looking at a chart of our GDP over the last 50 years (see above), our economy appears to be better than it ever has been. But that is not the reality for many of us and our loved ones. That is why, as Democrats, our goal isn't just for more GDP—we are for an economy that works for everyone.Read more