Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN

Election

May 7, 2012

Meet the candidates

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n Health care Ñ Moore says all Americans should have access to quality and affordable health care.

n Defense & military Ñ He says America has to maintain a strong military for defense and not forget our veterans once they come home.

n Education Ñ He says we need to invest in the future by continuing to provide educational opportunities.

n Energy Ñ The public and private sector must continue to invest in research and technology for energy independence.

n Second Amendment Ñ Moore supports the second amendment on the right to keep and bear arms.

n Postal service Ñ He will work to keep the local post offices open in our communities.

Moore said he would appreciate hearing from constituents. For more information, visit his website at mooreforcongress2012.com.

Thompson

Richard ÒDickÓ Thompson is seeking re-election to the Hendricks County Council. As a current councilman, he also serves as a member of the Hendricks County Fair Board and as president of the Hendricks County Tourism Commission.

Thompson and his wife, Clara, have been actively involved in Hendricks County for more than 50 years while raising and enjoying five children and 17 grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Upon graduating from Purdue University, Thompson began a 34-year career as a math and science teacher, coach, and principal at North Salem and Tri-West high schools. He currently serves as an advisory board member of the North Salem State Bank and for many years operated a painting business and was associated with family agricultural interests.

Thompson was actively involved with the establishment of Leadership Hendricks County and the Hendricks College Network. He has been a Republican State Convention delegate, platform committee member, and currently serves as precinct committeeman. From 1986 to Ô93, he was the Hendricks County Republican Chairman. He is the immediate past president of the Hendricks County Retired Teachers Association.

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