Donna Dunn to Seek Indiana District 1 House Seat

Dunn says she will increase job training for trades through “College Bound” type of program, improve region roads, and support small business .

May 12, 2018-Donna Dunn has announced that she will run for the Indiana House of Representatives, District 1. The District 1 seat was vacated by the retirement of Linda Lawson.

According to a written statement, Donna was born and raised in the area, and other than time spent serving her country in the Marine Corps, has spent her entire life living and working in the Region. “For Hammond and Whiting to move forward, we must move away from the status quo that has left our economy stagnant and the middle class with fewer and fewer options” Dunn stated.

Dunn says her message is simple; growth for Hammond and Whiting requires people at the state level clearing the way to allow us to focus on three key ideas:

  • A business environment that is welcoming to small business
  • The highest quality workforce
  • A commitment to innovation and new ideas

Donna says she intends to address these factors by immediately focusing efforts on passing laws that allow for the farming and processing of industrial hemp in Indiana. Doing so would allow us to bring good paying, green jobs to the region.

She pledges to bring back vocational training by working with Hammond and Whiting to create a program like College Bound for job training. Private-public partnerships, trade schools, apprenticeships, and mentorship programs are the four items that we can immediately start working towards for big impact.

She also believes that, as evidenced by driving down Indianapolis Boulevard or Cline Avenue, the road maintenance is lacking lasting quality while getting more expensive. Donna intends to push exploring new and innovative ways to make our roads and infrastructure better, safer, and more cost-effective.

Ms. Dunn looks forward to a positive campaign that truly brings the issues facing District 1 voters into the spotlight.

For more information, please visit Hammond native, lifelong Region Rat, and Marine Veteran dedicated to fighting for the best interests of her neighbors in District 1.

Hammond, IN—Donna Dunn is pleased to announce her candidacy for Indiana State Representative District 1. She believes that the people of Hammond and Whiting deserve one of their own to represent them in the Statehouse. Donna was born and raised in the area, and other than time spent serving her country in the Marine Corp, has spent her entire life living and working in the Region.
Donna says, “For Hammond and Whiting to move forward, we must move away from the status quo that has left our economy stagnant and the middle class with fewer and fewer options.”
Her message is simple; growth for Hammond and Whiting requires people at the state level clearing the way to allow us to focus on three key ideas:
A business environment that is welcoming to small business
The highest quality workforce
A commitment to innovation and new ideas
Donna intends to address these factors by immediately focusing efforts on passing laws that allow for the farming and processing of industrial hemp in Indiana. Doing so would allow us to bring good paying, green jobs to the region.
She pledges to bring back vocational training by working with Hammond and Whiting to create a program like College Bound for job training. Private-public partnerships, trade schools, apprenticeships, and mentorship programs are the four items that we can immediately start working towards for big impact.
She also believes that, as evidenced by driving down Indianapolis Boulevard or Cline Avenue, the road maintenance is lacking lasting quality while getting more expensive. Donna intends to push exploring new and innovative ways to make our roads and infrastructure better, safer, and more cost-effective.
Ms. Dunn looks forward to a positive campaign that truly brings the issues facing District 1 voters into the spotlight.
For more information, please visit Hammond native, lifelong Region Rat, and Marine Veteran dedicated to fighting for the best interests of her neighbors in District 1.

Hammond, IN—Donna Dunn is pleased to announce her candidacy for Indiana State Representative District 1. She believes that the people of Hammond and Whiting deserve one of their own to represent them in the Statehouse. Donna was born and raised in the area, and other than time spent serving her country in the Marine Corp, has spent her entire life living and working in the Region.

Donna says, “For Hammond and Whiting to move forward, we must move away from the status quo that has left our economy stagnant and the middle class with fewer and fewer options.”
Her message is simple; growth for Hammond and Whiting requires people at the state level clearing the way to allow us to focus on three key ideas:
A business environment that is welcoming to small business
The highest quality workforce
A commitment to innovation and new ideas
Donna intends to address these factors by immediately focusing efforts on passing laws that allow for the farming and processing of industrial hemp in Indiana. Dunn states that doing so would allow us to bring good paying, green jobs to the region.

She pledges to bring back vocational training by working with Hammond and Whiting to create a program like College Bound for job training. Private-public partnerships, trade schools, apprenticeships, and mentorship programs are the four items that we can immediately start working towards for big impact.

Donna says she believes that, as evidenced by driving down Indianapolis Boulevard or Cline Avenue, the road maintenance is lacking lasting quality while getting more expensive. Donna intends to push exploring new and innovative ways to make our roads and infrastructure better, safer, and more cost-effective.

Ms. Dunn says she looks forward to a positive campaign that truly brings the issues facing District 1 voters into the spotlight.

For more information, please visit VoteDonnaDunn.com, Donna Dunn for IN State Rep District 1 on Facebook, or @votedonnadunn on Twitter.

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1 Comment

  1. Anyone who refers to herself as a Region Rat doesn’t deserve your vote. Indianapolis loves it when we demean ourselves. They would make a fool of Ms. Dunn.

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