Indianapolis’ mainstream media have pointedly ignored covering the 2015 Mayoral Primary here in Indianapolis. But not Afternoons with Amos. On a special Afternoons with Amos, just two weeks before the May 5th primary, a long time community activist, Jocelyn Tandy-Adande, with strong views on how Indianapolis should be governed appeared in her second appearance on the program. Tandy-Adande is running for the Republican nomination for Indianapolis Mayor. In the Afternoons with Amos interview, Tandy-Adande talked with listeners and the community about the issues and what she’d do if elected Mayor. A lifelong resident of Indianapolis, Tandy-Adande compared herself to the other major Republican candidate who has only been an Indianapolis resident for three years. A former Democrat who has been a Republican for sixteen years, Jocelyn Tandy-Adande pledged that if elected mayor she would have an open door policy. Meeting with all who wanted to meet with her. Tandy-Adande pledged if elected she would remember the people and not special interests; she would be for neighborhoods and not for downtown. She also pledged if elected to do a full audit of city/county finances to understand the fiscal condition of Indianapolis. Hear Republican Mayor Candidate Jocelyn Tandy-Adande on the Issues in Her Afternoons with Amos Interview. Runs 48 Minutes ©2015 WTLC/Radio One. Audio Starts After Brief Video Ad.