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Video: Financial Responsibility and Success

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Video: Business Investment, Revitalization, and Jobs

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Early Voting Now Open

Early voting has now begun in the 2019 Republican primary election for Huntington, Indiana. I ask for your support as we work together to keep Huntington moving forward!   EARLY VOTING OPPORTUNITIES Clerk’s Office, Huntington County Courthouse April 22 –

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Mayoral Debate Video Available

Special thanks to the Huntington North High School Interact Service Club for video recording and live streaming the 2019 Republican mayoral debate. You can view the video here:

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Parks and Trails are Good for Everyone

GOOD4EVERYONE---parks-trails

Huntington is home to some beautiful parks and a growing network of trails. Thanks to strong public support and effective planning, the city has maintained its public spaces and laid the groundwork for some major improvements. The Memorial Park Veterans

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We serve Huntington!

Today, it was an honor to be sworn in for a second term as your mayor. I am very grateful to the  residents of the City of Huntington for returning the Fetters team for another term. The hard work and

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Neighborhood pride is good for everyone!

    The neighborhoods around the City of Huntington are the places we all love and call home. Huntington is at its best when each of us works to improve our homes and help our neighbors. Everyone has a part

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High Employment is Good for Everyone

High Employment is Good for Everyone

When I announced my candidacy for a second term a few months ago, I made note of the substantial economic progress Huntington has made in the past few years: As a city we have come a long way since January

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Clean Rivers are Good for Everyone.

Clean Rivers are Good for Everyone

The federal Clean Water Act of the early 1970’s made it the responsibility of every community in the country to stop putting untreated sewage into our nation’s rivers. Huntington, like most cities had not made much progress by 2007, when

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WANE: “Recognition could help save Huntington history”

It was a privilege to be interviewed by WANE-TV today about efforts to save the historic IOOF-UB building in downtown Huntington. Check out the full report on WANE.com. “We’ve got to have people willing to invest in a structure like

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Re-election campaign kick-off

It was an honor to kick off my re-election campaign this morning at Nick’s Kitchen. Thanks for your support. Let’s keep Huntington moving forward! For more photos from this morning’s announcement, like us on Facebook.

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