Writer - Local Government and Justice
My background is that I'm the fourth generation in my family to work as a journalist. I also have a degree from Indiana University in Elementary Education. My wife, Ash, and I have two children, Harper, 4, and Emerald, 1.
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There are now nearly two dozen announced Democratic presidential candidates, and one of them is coming to the Hoosier state this weekend. California Rep. Eric Swalwell will hold a town hall on Sunday in Columbus.
I want you to get your turn, and make the most of it, as well. So, here's what I've learned.
If I'm a journalist, and if I'm having this much trouble finding basic biographical information about you, how are the rest of the citizens you seek to represent supposed to make an informed decision?
After all the ballots were counted, there were few surprises to be found in the results of the 2019 Marion County municipal primary election on Tuesday, May 7. All of the Indianapolis City-County Council and mayoral candidates endorsed by the Marion County Democratic and Republican parties came away victorious.
Hayley Brown of the Drink Culture podcast sits down with NUVO News Editor Rob Burgess.
Jared Byczko and Fabian Rodriguez of the Drink Culture Podcast sit down with NUVO News Editor Rob Burgess.
In early April 2019, we asked NUVO readers to submit and then vote upon the questions they most wanted answered by Indianapolis City-County Co…
These distinctions matter. I would argue they matter more in local politics than in national races because the decisions they make once elected to office will affect people's daily lives much more directly. So, vote, is what I'm saying.
District 21 of the Indianapolis City-County Council covers the near south side of the city. Incumbent Democrat Frank Mascari first won his seat in 2015. He will face Republican challenger Tyler Richardson in the general election.