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New name in Third District race

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STEUBEN COUNTY, Ind. (WOWO) – A third candidate has filed to run as a Democrat in next year’s election for Indiana’s Third District Representative in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Kiley Adolph is an educator in Steuben County. The Journal Gazette reports that, according to a release, her goals include addressing access to quality healthcare for seniors, affordable childcare, as well as equitable employment and reproductive care for women.

Adolph joins Jo Anderson, a teacher at East Allen County Schools, and Phil Goss, a businessman and former State Department employee, to run on the Democratic side, while there are currently a total of 10 candidates vying for the Republican nomination.

Congressman Jim Banks currently holds the seat, but is running for U.S. Senate in 2024.

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Slacker06 August 30, 2023 at 9:14 am

I can’t wait for an educator to be a US Congressman. I wonder, will sh follow the same kind of policies that a school “educator” followed in Colorado this week when that fool tried to make a kid remove a Gadsden Flag patch from his backpack. Why? Because it is connected to Slavery…..NOT. The Gadsden flag comes from the Revolutionary war. In fact the first unit to use the flag as their battle flag had at least a dozen black soldiers as members.

So, no on this person. I will never vote for an “educator” for a public office. You may as well vote for Randi Weingarden.

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