2018 Elections – Candidate Mike Bowling

In addition to County offices, I also got to speak to candidates running for state office this morning at the Crusade for Children pancake breakfast hosted by Charlestown Fire Department. Mike Bowling is running for Indiana State Representative for District 66, and he shared a little of his platform with me in between pancake bites.

image1-2Mike hopes to represent district 66, which includes northern Clark County, all of Scott County, and parts of Jefferson County. His primary goal is to assist Governor Eric Holcomb with his 2018 Next Level Agenda. You can read more about that plan HERE. Mike has a passion for helping Indiana’s secondary schools to prepare students for success after graduation. We talked about how some students will decide to go to college and others want to enter the workforce right away. Mike hopes to help develop programs that will assist in creating work-ready graduates. He recognizes the importance of highly skilled laborers to our economy and hopes to work with technical schools such as Prosser Career Education Center and Ivy Tech Community College to meet Indiana’s needs in these areas. For more information about Mike’s platform visit his Mike Bowling Indiana State Representative District 66 Facebook Page.


*None of the candidate profiles in this blog are official endorsements of the candidates and are written for informational purposes only. All candidates being considered for 2018 elections are welcome to contact me to have their platform profiled. Email treva.hodges@gmail.com

Author: Treva Hodges

Resident of Charlestown, Indiana. Advocate.

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