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.
Though a year has passed since the federal government shutdown of 2013, the $17-trillion deficit is still a national issue which will affect the midterm elections in two weeks.
According to a recent Gallup poll, the budget ranks in the top-10 issues Americans care about.
WABASH — U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski and Democratic challenger Joe Bock touched on a wide range of topics at the encounter Tuesday night, Oct. 21, in Wabash. The debate provided a contrast for voters in the 2nd District U.S. House race as Election Day, Nov. 4, nears.
Indiana’s 2nd District is an election race a lot of people are following. Two of the candidates met to debate the issues Tuesday night.
Wabash, Ind. A contentious battle took stage before a packed house Tuesday night, as Indiana's candidates for the Second District come together for their first face-to-face debate.
Representative Jackie Walorski and challenger Joe Bock met at the Dallas Winchester Senior Center in Wabash, Ind.
Walorski just finished a nine-county “Made in Indiana Tour,” which included stops in Elkhart, St. Joseph and La Porte counties. Yet she cannot find time to debate Bock in any of those same communities.