The latest Candidate Tuesday focused on five Marion County House Districts encompassing a number of Indianapolis area neighborhoods. Appearing on afternoons with Amos were Republican and Democratic candidates for the House of Representatives from Districts 86, 87, 89, 92 and 100. The candidates discussed a wide range of issues from mass transit, the Department of Child Services, education and education funding, charter schools, vouchers, crime, jobs, employment, vocational education and much more.
DISTRICT 86 – Republican candidate Luke Bosso participated. The district includes much of Pike Township include the Eagle Creek area, Traders Point, College Park, the Ditch Road and Spring Mill Road Corridors, Meridian Hills, Broad Ripple, parts of Meridian-Kessler neighborhoods. Bosso’s Democratic opponent St. Rep. Ed DeLaney had a another commitment and couldn’t appear. DISTRICT 87 – Democratic candidate Christina Hale is running in District 87 which includes the Nora, Keystone Crossing, Castleton neighborhoods as well as the Allisonville Road and Binford Blvd areas. Republican St. Rep Cindy Noe didn’t respond to our invitation.
DISTRICT 92 – Democrat Kaylee Macer and Republican Tim Motsinger are running in this district which is entirely in Wayne Township. It includes the area the neighborhoods around Ben Davis HS, areas west of I-465 to the Hendricks County from the airport to 38th Street, plus the Town of Speedway.
DISTRICT 100 – Republican Scott Keller and Democrat Dan Forestal are running in the district of Center Township and Warren Township neighborhoods, including much of downtown, Fountain Square, the areas east of Garfield Park, Barrington, the east Raymond Street Corridor, the neighborhoods around Eastgate, Shadeland and Franklin Road.
Click the Arrow to Hear Republican candidates Bosso, Motsinger & Keller. Runs 53 Minutes ©2012 WTLC/Radio One. Click the Arrow to Hear denocratic candidates Hale, Macer & Forestal. Runs 44 Minutes ©2012 WTLC/Radio One.