Regardless, congratulations to Chairman Walker. Looks like for the first time in a long time, both parties will have something to vote for in almost every district. That means quite a bit!
Contact: Chairman Kyle Walker
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Marion County Republican Chairman Names Candidates for City-County Council; Appointments Fill Last Remaining Vacancies
(Indianapolis, June 30th) Marion County Republican Party Chairman Kyle Walker named six candidates to fill ballot vacancies in City-County Council Districts 7, 9, 10, 11, 16 and 18. These appointments leave no Republican vacancies for City-County Council.
Sahara Williams (District 7), Sally Spiers (District 9), Barbara Holland (District 10), Mike Healy (District 11), Bill Bruton (District 16) and Michael Heady (District 18) will all challenge for City County Council races. "We are thrilled to now have a full ticket of Republicans for the voters to consider on Election Day. Each of these new candidates offer a fresh perspective to districts that have been underserved by Democrats for far too long," said Chairman Kyle Walker.
Chairman Walker also named candidates to fill ballot vacancies for Warren Park Town Council (Denise Robinson) and two candidates for Beech Grove City Council At Large (Kathy Coates and Daniel Norris).
I will have to do some digging when I return home. I still say the Dems have a better ticket from top to bottom, and my praise for Ed Treacy still stands in filling 28/29 ballot slots.
For my GOP readers, I like my crow a little bit over medium with feathers.