Joe will work to ensure that quality education is available to all students to ensure that every child has the same opportunity regardless of socio-economic circumstances.
Joe will fight to protect Social Security and Medicare.
Joe visiting with Dr. Virginia Calvin.
Joe will fight to keep good paying manufacturing jobs and he will encourage entrepreneurs to bring new jobs to our communities.
Joe, his wife Sue, and their children, Nick and Jessica.
Republican Jackie Walorski must be getting used to tough elections. The Elkhart lawmaker almost managed to eke out a 2010 win over Democrat Joe Donnelly, but failed despite the big GOP wave.
Joe Bock, University of Notre Dame Teaching Professor, stressed the importance of maintaining state and federal roadways on the heels of the Indiana Toll Road bankruptcy.
Bock was joined by State Senator John Broden and State Representative David Niezgodski on Monday. Niezgodski and Broden said the bankruptcy will result in a loss of state revenue, jobs and quality service despite what was negotiated in 2006.
In filing for bankruptcy, the company that operates the Indiana Toll Road has reignited an old debate about the controversial privatization of the Toll Road in 2006.
Those who opposed leasing the highway in 2006 are now outspoken, citing concerns about the future of the road and quality of its upkeep.
Joe Bock, Candidate for Congress in Indiana’s Second Congressional District, is calling on his opponent, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, to agree to a debate. Congresswoman Walorski has turned down invitations by Rochester High School students and the League of Women Voters.