Election 2014

For the eighth election season, Afternoons with Amos has embarked on providing the most live interviews with candidates in the November 4th General and School Board Elections. Between now and Election Day, Afternoons with Amos will try and conduct as many as 90 live interviews with candidates for Federal, State, state legislative, Marion County, Marion County Township and Indianapolis […]

Washington Township Trustee Frank Short gave an in-depth Afternoons with Amos interview to explain to the community why he dropped out of the race for the Democratic nomination for Mayor of Indianapolis. In the interview Short gives his reasons why he’s “suspending” his mayoral campaign, and why he’s now supporting Joe Hogsett’s campaign to be […]

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 […]

House Democrats are ready to roll out their list of election-year plans their party leaders hope will strike a chord with women, young people and blue-collar voters. Those are target voter groups that they say historically don’t turn out to vote in big numbers in midterm elections. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi hopes the Democrats’ “100-Day Action Plan” […]

Afternoons with Amos kicked off its coverage of Election 2014 with its first of what will be the most live candidate interviews of any Indianapolis media – Print – TV – Radio. For the past several election years, Afternoons with Amos has made it a practice that on key races that impact Indianapolis African-American community, […]