Annette Gross

JCRC's 2006 Political Action Workshop

Filed By Annette Gross | October 11, 2006 11:42 AM | comments

Filed in: Action Alerts, Living, Politics
Tags: Democrats, Jewish, local politics, Republicans

On Tuesday, October 24, 2006, at 7:00 p.m., the Jewish Community Relation Council is hosting the 2006 POLITICAL ACTION WORKSHOP FOR STATEHOUSE CANDIDATES DEBATES. The candidates include:

House District 86: Rep. David Orentlicher (D) and Challenger Kathryn Densborn (R)

House District 87: Rep. Cindy Noe (R) and Challenger Leona Glazebrooks (D)

House District 88: Speaker Brian Bosma (R) and Challenger Susan Fuldauer (D)

Senate District 29: Senator Mike Delph (R)

This event will be moderated by Jim Shella, WISH-TV Political Reporter and Host of Indiana Week in Review. There will be a dessert reception following the debate.

Please plan on attending this important debate. David Orentlicher has been a strong supporter of the GLBT community and it behooves us to support him in return. In addition, Rep. Cindy Noe will be there, and I'm sure we all are interested to hear what she will have to say. We will also have the opportunity to ask questions of the candidates.

This debate will be held in the Laikin Auditorium at the Arthur M. Glick Jewish Community Center, 6701 Hoover Road, Indianapolis. For more information call the JCRC at 926-2935 or visit their website.

I hope to see a large turnout from the GLBT community. This is a wonderful opportunity for us to share our concerns not only with the candidates, but with the larger community! See ya there!!!!

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