Tuesday, June 29, 2010

State Democratic Ticket Getting Noticed Across Indiana

By Jon E. Easter

The State Democratic Ticket has been crisscrossing the state again in kicking off their General Election push. Vop Osili, Sam Locke, and Pete Buttigieg are out and about and getting noticed. Here's the report from WPTA in Fort Wayne.

By Scott Sarvay

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - State democratic nominees hit the road on a mission to help get people back in the workforce.

State Auditor Candidate Sam Locke, Secretary of State Candidate Vop Osili, and State Treasurer Candidate Pete Buttigieg were nominated this weekend to help rebuild the state's struggling economy.

The three youthful candidates are running on a strong platform of job creation, saying that's what the voters are looking for.

State Treasure Nominee Pete Buttigieg says, “We're the ones who have a plan to create jobs and grow the economy in this State.”

Secretary of State Nominee Vop Osili says, “We need to be far more pro-active on behalf of our businesses and small businesses.”

State Auditor Nominee Sam Locke says, “So that's what we want to do with the office is find innovative ideas to save the taxpayer money especially in this economic environment.”

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