Afternoons with Amos did something this 2015 Election Year That’s NEVER been done in Indianapolis broadcasting. Amos inviting the fifty-five individuals – Five Libertarians, Twenty-three Democrats and Twenty-five Republicans running for the Twenty-Five District Seats on the Indianapolis City-County Council to appear on the Candidate Tuesdays Segments on Afternoons with Amos. Forty-Three council candidates accepted […]

The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Tuesday, October 13, 2015. For seven weeks, Afternoons with Amos has done something no other Indianapolis media has done ever done. Invited all candidates for City-County Council of Indianapolis/Marion County to appear in a series of live interviews so voters and the community can hear why they are running […]

Indiana Municipal Primary Highlights The field is set for the November general election for Mayor of Indianapolis. After Tuesday’s Primary Election, Joe Hogsett handily beat his field with 89 percent of the vote and will take on Republican Chuck Brewer. There’s your face off. Brewer, the GOP-slated candidate tallied 77 percent of the vote in the primary. Three […]

It’s the biggest primary battle on the Democratic Party side in the upcoming May 5th primary.  It’s the race for the Democratic nomination for City County Council in Council District 1. The northwest side district is bounded on the West by Hendricks County, on the North by 96th Street, on the South by 71st/Westlane/73rd Street […]

Audio Included in Post. Runs 18 Minutes ©2011 WTLC/Radio One. Pam Hickman, businesswoman and Democratic Party activist, is the new Democratic candidate for City-County Council at large. Hickman made her first Indianapolis radio appearance live on Afternoons with Amos. In her interview which you can hear above, and joined by fellow Council candidate Leroy Robinson, […]

Audio Included in Post. Runs 47 Minutes. Audio ©2011 WTLC/Radio One. The six candidates in the Democratic primary for City-County Council At Large seats appeared on Afternoons with Amos during the Final Campaign Tuesday of the May primary. Crime, jobs, economic development, the city’s controversial parking meter and Water Company deals, public transportation and IMPD […]