Bloomington mayor Mark Kruzan talks about the phenomena of high student election turnout, straight-ticket voting and a patchwork township assessor map.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong talks about his recent economic development trip to China, the massive budget cuts the city faces, as well as his reaction to the historic results of the 2008 election.
Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight talks about a lawsuit filed against him by two disgruntled police officers, how he’ll vote on November 4th and whether he plans to stump for candidates in north central Indiana.
Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan talks about his definition of economic development, early voting and whether his votes ever cross party lines.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong talks about the city’s efforts to buy flood damaged properties, his efforts to slash Columbus’ budget, and the long odds fellow Democrat and gubernatorial nominee Jill Long Thompson faces against Governor Mitch Daniels.
Kokomo mayor Greg Goodnight talks about the city’s high unemployment rate, his connection to two disgraced police officers and whether he’s helping Congressman Joe Donnelly get reelected.
Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight talks about the approval of the city’s annexation plan, slashing insurance benefits to meet budget concerns and whether he plans to spy on the Republicans in Minneapolis.
Columbus mayor Fred Armstrong talks about his views on the upcoming election and rebuilding after the flood, including how a one-ton statue goes missing.
Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan talks about the city’s response to flooding, his concerns about turning over control of Bloomington hospital and his friend Jill Long Thompson’s chances to unseat Mitch Daniels as Governor, now that she’s picked a running mate.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong discusses the role of the Indiana Presidential and Gubernatorial Primaries within the community, remarks on his recent economic development trip to Japan and China, and discusses potential service cuts to residents as a result of budget adjustments.