The latest edition of Afternoons with Amos Candidate Tuesdays involved Democratic and Republican candidates in three area State Senate Districts. Candidates from two districts appeared. Senate District 28 – which includes all of Hancock County, the northern third of Shelby County and a corridor within Marion County bounded roughly by Keystone, East County Line Road, I-70 and Brookville Road. Senate District 30 – which includes much of Washington Township including Nora, Keystone/Crossing area, Broad Ripple, Meridian-Kessler, the Ditch and Harcourt Rd corridors, plus most of Carmel and Fishers. Candidates appearing from District 28 were Democrat Michael Adkins. Republican Michael Crider had a work commitment and couldn’t appear. Candidates appearing from District 30 were Democrat Tim DeLaney and Republican incumbent Sen. Scott Schneider. The Democratic and Republican senate candidates in District 35, which includes all of Decatur Township and the southern half of Wayne Township didn’t respond to the invitation to appear. Of those candidates who did appear, hear their views on jobs, education, reducing incarceration on non violent offenders, taxes and much more.
Click Arrow to Hear Democratic Candidates Senate Districts 28 & 30. Runs 46 Minutes. Click Arrow to hear Republican Candidate Senate District 30. Runs 43 Minutes ©2012 WTLC/Radio One.