Afternoons with Amos is the only Indianapolis media – print, radio or TV – to conduct in depth interviews with all the candidates running for School Board in the Indianapolis/Marion County districts with the largest enrollments of African-American students. Hear the views on candidates on education issues in the Washington Township, Lawrence Township, Warren Township, Wayne Township, Indianapolis Public and Pike Township School Districts.
WARREN TOWNSHIP - Challengers Jim Ledebetter, Rachel Burke, and husband and wife challengers Tonya Tere Wallace and Wendall Wallace joined incumbents Sue Switzer and Julie French to talk with Amos and listeners about education issues in Warren Township Schools. Candidates Timothy Campbell, LaShanna Hill-Shaffer and Veronica Tyler had work conflicts and couldn’t appear. Candidate Randy George didn’t respond to the invitation to appear. Click Arrow to Hear Part 1 with Switzer, French and the Wallaces. Runs 55 Minutes.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – Incumbents Wanda Spann-Roddy and Tony Dzwonar joined challengers James Hill and David Steinberg talking with Amos and listeners about education issues in Washington Township Schools. Click Arrow to hear Candidates. Runs 53 Minutes ©2012 WTLC/Radio One.
LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP – Incumbents Carol Helmus, Matt Brown and Adam Goldstein joined challengers April Adjai, Kent Jackson and Wendy Muston talking with listeners and Amos about education issues in Lawrence Township Schools. Click Arrow to hear Candidates. Runs 48 Minutes ©2012 WTLC/Radio One.