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Rick Cochran: New Albany Township Board

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Elect Rick Cochran for New Albany Township Board. A New Albany native, Rick has been image3involved in many advisory positions throughout the community. As first deputy for the Floyd County Surveyor’s office, he served on the Economic Development Board. Rick was an appointee to the governor’s local task team to “stop the brain drain” by promoting higher education for advanced manufacturing and nursing employment gaps as well as logistics. Rick also sat on the advisory board for Purdue University Technical Assistant Program in West Lafayette and New Albany and serves the local chamber of commerce, One Southern Indiana, Environmental Health Safety image1round table.

Rick is a vice chairman precinct committeeman in New Albany, President of the Floyd County Democrats Men’s Club and is a member of Holy Family Parish. He is a graduate of New Albany High School, received a bachelor’s degree from Ball State University and completed postgraduate studies at Purdue University Programs New Albany. Rick is a certified plant engineer and has worked for Bruce Fox Inc. for 30 years, where he is currently Vice President of Engineering Services.

Rick is married to Mary Beth Cochran and has four daughters, Meagan Donald (Scott), Molly 6616McDonald (JJ), Maria Harritt (Hunter) and Melinda Cochran. The family has also been blessed with five grandchildren.

“I believe in helping others and accountability for taxpayer money.” –Rick Cochran

For more information about Rick, https://cochran4na.wixsite.com/cochran

 

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Elect Carrie Klaus to the New Albany Township Advisory Board

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Carrie KLAUS is a local downtown business owner and resident, as well as the founder of SoINdivisible, an organization founded after the 2016 election to resist the Trump Agenda and promote progressive values. She is also a wife and mother of two.

Carrie and her husband moved their family from the suburbs to downtown New Albany partly to expose their children to a more diverse population in the community, so that her kids will grow up recognizing that regardless of socioeconomic class, race or history, we all have a shared humanity.

Carrie has a vision of our community as one that centers that shared humanity over anything else, a community where each individual is treated with dignity and respect. Carrie believes that a community can thrive when we lift each other up. She believes that a community can thrive when we don’t prioritize resources over people.

Carrie has the passion and drive to bring this vision to life and make New Albany a thriving community.

Connect with Carrie by emailing her at carrie@isyoga.me or via her campaign page on Facebook, www.facebook.com/Carrie4NA/.