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.
South Bend, IN – Joe Bock, candidate for U.S. Congress in Indiana’s Second Congressional District, released the following statement in recognition of Labor Day, which will be observed on Monday, September 1.
South Bend, Indiana– University of Notre Dame Teaching Professor and Humanitarian Worker Joe Bock will release his second TV ad, “Towards the Fire” that highlights his work as a problem solver who always has run “towards the fire” during times of crises.
"Working in crisis relief for Catholic Relief Services and other organizations has prepared me to take on the crisis created by the politicians in Washington, D.C.,” Bock said. “I’ve responded to some of the worst disasters in the world. Washington isn’t getting the job done. You deserve a member of Congress who will.”he job done. You deserve a member of Congress who will.”
South Bend, Indiana– University of Notre Dame Teaching Professor and Humanitarian Worker Joe Bock is focused on solutions to our current problems, taking a different approach than Congresswoman Jackie Walorski.
"This is exactly the type of political talk we expect from a politician who shut down the government when she didn't get her way but still took a paycheck during her unscheduled vacation that cost our economy $24 billion,” said Bock. “Instead of forcing seniors to pay more for their Medicare or gambling Hoosiers’ retirement security on the stock market, I'll focus on the middle class, strengthening the programs that people pay into and rely on."
There are just over 60 days left before voters go to the polls for midterm elections, which means the race for Indiana's second congressional district is heating up. Incumbent Congresswoman Jackie Walorski has released the campaign's first attack ad.
Heading to the heart of election season, the buzzword in U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski’s bid for re-election to a second term is “bipartisan,” echoing her 2012 campaign.