Archives for September 2010

LPIN Podcast Season 1 – 068: Joe Hauptmann Issues a Strong Challenge in District 87

Joe Hauptmann has pretty much done it all within the Libertarian Party. He’s been Indiana’s State Chair twice, on the LNC’s Platform Committee three times, and he’s run for numerous offices including Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction.

This year, Hauptmann is running for Indiana House in District 87 in a two-way race. The Democrats didn’t even bother to challenge in this gerrymandered district.

Especially when he speaks about education issues, Joe’s knowledge and passion for good public policy shine through. In this installment of the podcast, Hauptmann talks about a range of issues, including education, gerrymandered districts, and a pledge to read proposed legislation.

www.electjoeh.com

Listen to the podcast here: 068 Joe Hauptmann Issues a Strong Challenge in District 87 [Read more…]

LPIN Podcast Season 1 – 070: Jason Sipe’s Three Reforms Platform

In distilling the range of issues down to three keys ones, Jason Sipe has focused his race for Indiana House in District 92 on three reforms: education, taxation, and elections.

While these may sound fairly common place at first blush, the proposals are bold ones, including a statewide version of the Fair Tax to replace the myriad taxes Hoosiers pay.

Sipe expresses a deep commitment to Indy’s west side as an inspiration for his run for Indiana House in this edition of the podcast.

Listen to the podcast here: 070 Jason Sipe’s Three Reforms Platform [Read more…]

LPIN Podcast Season 1 – Rebecca Sink-Burris Is Ready To Debate

The Indiana Election Commission has announced: Three dates, three locations, three candidates, including Rebecca Sink-Burris. This is becoming less of a story anymore, as inclusion by media and civic groups is now somewhat routine.

Rebecca talks about economic policy, foreign policy, and a matching donor challenge offered by a supporter.

www.electrebecca.com

LPIN Podcast Season 1 – Joe Hauptmann Issues a Strong Challenge in District 87

Joe Hauptmann has pretty much done it all within the Libertarian Party. He’s been Indiana’s State Chair twice, on the LNC’s Platform Committee three times, and he’s run for numerous offices including Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction.

This year, Hauptmann is running for Indiana House in District 87 in a two-way race. The Democrats didn’t even bother to challenge in this gerrymandered district.

Especially when he speaks about education issues, Joe’s knowledge and passion for good public policy shine through. In this installment of the podcast, Hauptmann talks about a range of issues, including education, gerrymandered districts, and a pledge to read proposed legislation.

www.electjoeh.com

LPIN Podcast Season 1 – 065: US Senate Candidate Rebecca Sink-Burris Is Ready To Debate

The Indiana Election Commission has announced: Three dates, three locations, three candidates, including Rebecca Sink-Burris. This is becoming less of a story anymore, as inclusion by media and civic groups is now somewhat routine.

Rebecca talks about economic policy, foreign policy, and a matching donor challenge offered by a supporter.

www.electrebecca.com

Listen to the podcast here: 065 Rebecca Sink-Burris Is Ready To Debate

Audio can be used freely if attributed to LPIN and www.lpin.org.

The LPIN podcast is a feature of the LPIN, highlighting candidate and member efforts through direct interviews. The program is hosted by Libertarian Party of Hamilton County Chair Mike Kole. You can also subscribe through iTunes by clicking here. You can also search for this podcast in the iTunes directory. Please review the podcast in iTunes to help spread the word.

Copyright © 2013 Creative Commons, Attribution, We Are Libertarians