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July 2014 Newsletter
The College Democrats of Indiana Executive Board has released their first newsletter of the year! Check it out to keep updated on our state conference calls, our chapter registration, and our work on behalf of all of you at the State level!
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The College Democrats of Indiana Executive Board would like to wish all those who are celebrating "Eid Mubarak" today! Cultural diversity is a standing principle of both the Democratic Party and of America itself.
Eid Mubarak, everyone!
The College Democrats of Indiana Executive Board has been extremely proud of the results of the #LetRitzWork campaign conducted during the month July of 2014. Our petition drive, originally started with a goal of 500 signatures, has now garnered nearly 2500 signatures in less than a month!
Thanks to endorsements by political leaders across Indiana, our email blasts to CDIN supporters, letters to the editors, media outreach, and various campaign images, CDIN has succeeded in producing our most successful outreach campaign to date! Our Communications Director, Andrew Guenther, has been busy this past month, communicating with politicians and newspapers across the state.
Indiana is strong when her citizens are strong. And we're strong when we have a stable, well-funded, well-organized education system. Superintendent Ritz will make Indiana strong. And we hope our petition drive has succeeded in letting Governor Pence know that Hoosiers support Glenda Ritz.
We thank you for your support,
The College Democrats of Indiana Executive Board
The College Democrats of Indiana Executive Board is proud to endorse the following individuals due to their continued dedication to the rights of Hoosiers, common sense economic policy, and working to keep our streets safe and our students educated.
Top Left: Melanie Wright, Indiana House (District 35)
Top Right: Richard Young, Indiana Senate (District 47)
Bottom Left: Patrick Lockhart, Indiana House (District 91)
Bottom Right: Beth White, Secretary of State
CDIN aims to engage college students across Indiana and promote liberal policies.