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.
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.
I am Joe Bock, and I am running for Congress in the 2nd Congressional District against incumbent U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski. The approval rating of our Congress is so low that many people have asked me why I am running.
First, voters need to know that Walorski is one of the reasons our government is dysfunctional. As a Tea Party Republican, she was instrumental in shutting down the government a year ago, an irresponsible action that cost $24 billion. She voted against the government paying its bills, an action that had a negative impact on our bond rating, and could have put the brakes on economic growth. Walorski is part of the group that’s propagating petty partisan fighting. That’s disgusting, and one reason I’m running.
Congresswoman Jackie Walorski is re-airing Commitment, which features her mother. Walorski claims she would never vote for cuts to Social Security and Medicare, because she “recently” helped her mother get her benefits.
Not only is the ad more than two years old, but it is also a lie.
Bock to visit Goshen
Joe Bock, candidate for the U.S. House District 2 office, will participate in a political discussion Monday (Oct. 20), at 6 p.m. in the lower level of the Goshen Public Library.
Bock, a Democrat, is running against Republican incumbent Jackie Walorski.
Sponsored by the Goshen branch of the American Association of University Women, the discussion will take the form of a question-and-answer session with the candidate. A representative from the Walorski campaign will be present. The community is invited.
“Joe Bock is really a champion for seniors. He can be trusted to lead with our interests. His views on keeping health care affordable and retirement secure are among the reasons that we stand behind Joe Bock and his candidacy for U.S. Congress,” said Richard Fiesta, Executive Director of the Alliance for Retired Americans.