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Women Win in NwIndiana Primary

     Jennifer-Ruth Green, Becky Mateja, and Barbara Regnitz are all three women who upset the apple cart and won close primary races in 2022. There are several more NwIndiana Women Running for office as well (added below)

The Republican nomination for Congress in Indiana’s 1st Congressional District (Pictured Above) Jennifer-Ruth Green is a conservative Republican, Air Force Academy graduate, combat veteran and serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Indiana Air National Guard. Learn more at www.Jennifer-RuthGreen.com

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     Becky Mateja Lombardini Won the Porter County Council Race District 1. Former Whiting Basketball star, Becky Mateja, edged the Councilman race against Erik Wagner, in the Democrat First District. Officials report that there was a turnout of 16.5% in Porter County. Wagner (also a political insider) was selected over Mateja in a Democratic Caucus held in March to Replace the late Robert Poparad. This will be Mateja’s first office. More About Becky

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     Barbara Regnitz Won the Republican for Porter County Commissioner race District 2 over political insider Mike Brickner. Barbara campaigned as an “outsider” having never been in politics before. She is a retired teacher and a retired financial planner. Mike Brickner has been in the Porter County Council for 8 years, which makes him an “insider.” Barbara campaigned on being Fiscally responsible, conservative and Lowering taxes. Her website is citizensforregnitz.com.

      Other Women in Porter County politics that were unopposed in the Primary are Julie Olthoff, State Representative District 9, who has held this position for many years. Julie Giorgi (D) for Porter County Commissioner District 2 was also unopposed. Other women in policitcs include: Toni Downing, Democrat, for Porter County Auditor; Valeri Wasermann (D) for Porter County Assessor; Sue Neff (R) for Porter County Assessor; Lisa Beck (D) is running for State Representative for District 19. 

Lake County also has many women in politics. Lisa Beck (D) is running for State Representative for District 19. Carolyn D. Jackson, is running for State Representative District 2. Patricia S. Boy State Representative Dist. 9 will be running against Dion Bergeron State Representative Dist. 9; Peggy Holinga Katona won Lake County Auditor by a landslide over Eduardo Fontanez. And, Christine Cid has held the Lake County Council District 5 (East Chicago) for many years.

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Becky Mateja Lombardini Running Porter County Council

     Becky Mateja Lombardini, MPA officially filed at the Porter County Administration Building her intentions to run for the vacated position of the Porter County Council District 1, in  2022. 

     Mateja brings a wealth of education, experience, and work ethic to the race.  The NWI born and raised, 20 year Porter County Resident, (living in Chesterton)
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David Reynolds Running For Porter County Sheriff

     Discover more about David Reynolds, who is running for Porter County Sheriff from our Radio Interview on Wvlp.org.

David was born and raised in Porter County and grew up in Portage and has a lot of close Family living in Portage. That’s one of the reasons why he quit his DEA Special Agent job in Chicago, was help nourish the community that he loves and cherishes and to have more time with his family.
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5 Reasons Why Voting Is Important

by Lorann Lombardini
     In a busy life, why is it important to vote?  Just like grabbing that hot, enlightening, and needed cup of coffee, you have to be sure you get your ballot and submit it!  We must elect people the way it was intended—openly, honestly, and fairly!   
     One, people fought and continue to defend our right to vote for a reason.
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Four Reasons Why We Need Women In Office

BY REPRESENTWOMEN ON OCTOBER 19, 2015

Representation 2020 works to raise awareness of the underrepresentation of women in elected office, to strengthen coalitions in support of equitable women’s representation, and to highlight the often-overlooked structural barriers to achieving gender parity in American elections.
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Sue Baxter

Susie Young Baxter, CEO, has published PanoramaNOW Magazine for 31 years. Her hobbies are Camping, Boating, Hiking, Nature, Gardening and Outdoor Activities. She is an Artist, Graphic Designer, an Avid Seamstress, Dabbles in Homemade Crafts and Landscaping. Since her Father was a Health Teacher, she also likes homeopathic Health Solutions. Since blogging started over 10 years ago, PanoramaNow has been added to Newsbreak - a national news affiliate.