In an in-depth Afternoons with Amos interview, Indiana Democratic Party Chairman John Zody talks about Democrats chances in Indiana’s legislative and statewide elections this November. Zody talked about the ethics problems Republicans have been confronted with, including a top GOP legislative leader, State Representative Eric Turner being stripped of his leadership post by Republican House Speaker Brian Bosma because of ethics concerns. Zody points out that and other issues of ethics as an issue Democrats will be talking about this Fall. Zody also talked about the unprecedented number of appointed statewide elected officials (Secretary of State, Treasurer and Auditor) the state is facing under Republicans. In the interview Zody admitted that Democrats have a tough road ahead of them with Republicans’ veto proof majority in the State Legislature. But Zody is cautiously optimistic that Democrats will make “some” gains in legislative seats this year. Click the Media Player to Hear Amos’ Interview With Indiana Democratic Party Chairman John Zody. Runs 15 Minutes ©2014 WTLC/Radio One.