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If you knew that you could take a medication that would prevent your getting the flu, wouldn’t you take it? What is the difference between a pill and a face mask? I don’t think there is, … more
I write in response to the comments directed at Dr. Hadley’s June 8 letter calling for decency in the White House. President Donald Trump’s actions and comments on Twitter are clearly … more
In response to the Democrat whose letter appeared in Monday’s Journal Review with his plea to remove “this despicable person” from the White House. Where is the Democrat party? … more
I have read with interest and watched news feeds on television and one thing is certain, people love bashing the President. I am one of millions who voted for Donald Trump and since he was elected, … more

I wanted to take a moment to say thank you to Montgomery County voters, Clerk Karyn Douglas, the poll workers and all the other folks who made the election process run smoothly. COVID-19 made the … more
Donald Trump fumbled, then punted his responsibility for confronting the COVID-19 pandemic to state governors and city mayors, but when yet another black man is murdered by police, he talks of … more
On Saturday many Crawfordsville residents took part in a peaceful protest on the grounds of Lane Place. This response to the murder of George Floyd in Minnesota drew a good number of people, speaking … more
We support Aaron Spolarich for Judge of Montgomery County Superior Court 2. Spolarich has the necessary experience to preside over Superior Court 2. He is the only candidate who is a current team … more
With Election Day right around the corner, we all have an important decision to make about the future of our county. Montgomery County needs leaders that have a proven track record of hard work, … more

John Frey was one of the first people I met when I arrived in Montgomery County in 1981. It quickly became clear to me that Frey is a caring person who is committed to his community. His roots are … more
It is my privilege to support Daniel Petrie for Montgomery County Superior Court 2 Judge. Petrie has the necessary experience to serve as a Superior Court Judge. He has broad legal experience … more
As many of you know, Friday was the deadline for candidates to complete their pre-primary campaign finance forms. Because I believe that our elected officials should be honest and transparent, I … more
I am not one to typically publicly voice my opinions on political candidates but after finding a commissioner who listened and cared for my small community, I had no choice but to speak up on behalf … more
It is our privilege to endorse April Johnson for the position of Montgomery County Commissioner. Johnson is a dedicated, passionate and rational decision maker. She’s committed to doing her … more

My name is Steve Thompson and I am the chair of the MIBOR Realtor Association Realtors Political Action Committee. MIBOR is the 12-county professional association representing central Indiana’s … more
After looking at the ballots for this year’s primary election, it is clear who I’m going to vote for. I am going to support April Johnson for commissioner. I have listened to her speak … more
  I hope you have noticed that the number of cases of COVID-19 has been rising in Montgomery County — 106 as of the time I write this, and now two families are grieving the loss of … more
I’ll open by saying, I don’t know Jake Bohlander well. However, I am familiar with his goals for Montgomery County and I like Bohlander and what he stands for. I have spoken with many … more
Many years ago there was a young high school boy who wanted to race canoes in the Sugar Creek race. I made him paddles and taught him and his partner how to use them. They won the junior … more

I would like to thank everyone who worked so hard to finally be able to present a Primary Candidates Forum in a slightly modified form. The sponsors, League of Women Voters of Montgomery County, … more
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