Bruce Ungethiem, County Commissioner candidate for District 2 has received and endorsement by both FOP and CORE. We firmly believe Bruce to be the best candidate for the job, and we wish him well.
In 2012, CORE stood strongly against consolidation, and standing with us was Stephanie Brinkerhoff Riley; inviting us to work in her food booth at the fall festival with CORE T-shirts on, and allowing our display of CORE signs on
Is November 2014 the year to dump the incumbents? Now that the smoke from the battle has cleared, politicians are diagnosing the results of their victories/defeats, pundits are picking the fall elections winners, political parties are reconoitering from defeats/wins, potential
To all the voters who gave Bruce the victory over incumbent Marsha Abell, we give you a BIG THANK YOU. This primary was pretty lack-luster with few contested races, but the biggie was for County Commissioner, and you responded beautifully.
7 days before election, we received a mailer from Marsha saying she is opposed to consolidation, but in 2011 she voted FOR consolidation, and would not allow a separate vote for City and rural residents. Which one should I believe; the mailer
VOTE: Your Opportunity to change County Government Democrat or Republican, you have a stake in this primary election; an opportunity to bring fresh new ideas, and add professionalism to the County Commissioners. Yes, you can vote REPUBLICAN even if you are a
Commissioner Joe Kiefer’s endorsement of Montrastelle has the GOP Central Committee up in arms. Marsha’s fair-haired boy came out publicly for Montrastelle against his own party’s power-brokers, and his chances for support from his own party just went out the window. In
Financial documents (CFA4) filed April 21 by both candidates for Vanderburgh County Commissioner, Bruce Ungethiem and Marsha Abell, reveal a wide disparity in the amounts of political contributions each has received. Marsha filing revealed $94,000 in contributions, to Bruce’s $26,924. Marsha’s top