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Democratic Primary Candidate Forums via ZOOM

Council Democratic Candidate Forum April 2nd 6 pm

Mayoral Democratic Candidate Forum April 3rd 6 pm

Blue Monday Social Hour with

LaPorte County Democrats

Join us!


Blue Monday:  LaPorte

Get to know your fellow Democrats and

Explore running for office in LaPorte!

WHEN?  Monday, April 10th, 6 PM

(The Second Sunday of Each Month)

WHERE?       Asian Fusion Restaurant

                        701 Lincolnway

                        LaPorte, IN 46350


Blue Monday:  Michigan City

Get to know your fellow Democrats!

WHEN?  Monday, April 24th, 6 PM

(The Fourth Sunday of Each Month)

WHERE?       Shoreline Brewery

                        208 Wabash St.

                        Michigan City, IN 46360


Congratulations to all Democrats Running for Office
Municipal Primary 2023

Michigan City Common Council At Large

  Don Przybylinski

  Tim Bietry

  Bryant Dabney

  Vidya Kora


Michigan City Common Council – 1st Ward

  Greg Coulter

  Rodney McCormick


Michigan City Common Council – 2nd Ward

  Daisy Lee

  Paul Przybylinski


Michigan City Common Council – 3rd Ward

  Joseph S. Nelson

  Agnes Meer


Michigan City Common Council – 4th Ward

  Katrina Davis

  Sean “Fitz” Fitzpatrick


Michigan City Common Council -5th Ward

  Tracie Y. Tillman


Michigan City Common Council – 6th Ward

  Nancy Moldenhauer


Mayor of Michigan City

  Angie Nelson Deuitch

  Michael Mack

  Johnny Stimley

  Mark S. Yagelski

  Ron Meer


Michigan City Clerk

  Gale Neulieb


City of LaPorte Common Council – 5th Ward

  Joseph “Joe” Mrozinske


Mayor of LaPorte

  Ron Zimmer


Kingsford Heights Town Council – 1st Ward

  Brian Nurnberg


Kingsford Heights Town Council – 2nd Ward

  Kari A. Moss

  Duane Arndt


Kingsford Heights Town Council – 3rd Ward

  Dennis Francis


Kingsford Heights Town Council – 4th Ward

  Joe Atkinson

  Jeana Blake


Kingsford Heights Town Council – 5th Ward

  Evelyn Ballinger

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