One City.

One City.

A leader who has always put people before politics, Mayor Joe Hogsett is fighting for taxpayers and investing in our neighborhoods.

Over the last four years, Mayor Joe has grown our police force and returned IMPD to neighborhood beats, passed a bipartisan $400 million road infrastructure plan, lifted a 35-year ban on new streetlights while adding thousands of new lights, and worked with both parties to pass back-to-back balanced budgets.

Mayor Joe is moving Indianapolis forward, as one city.

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No. 01

Building a Better Future for Our Children

Mayor Joe launched Project Indy, a summer jobs program for teenagers that is helping thousands of our young people every year. And this fall, his new Indy Achieves program will be giving students across the city college scholarships.

Progress: Programs like Project Indy and Indy Achieves are helping Indy's children gain access to education and job-readiness.

No. 02

Growing Our Economy

Indianapolis has added tens of thousands of jobs over the last four years, cementing our position as the tech capital of the Midwest. Mayor Joe is also working to raise pay for working families with a new economic development strategy, in partnership with the Indy Chamber, and working to clawback tax dollars when companies break their promises to the city.

Progress: Tens of thousands of jobs added to our city and major investments from industry leaders like FedEx, Infosys, and Salesforce.

No. 03

Investing in Our Infrastructure

After decades of deferred maintenance on our city’s roads, and the worst winter in generations, our infrastructure must be addressed. That is why, with the unanimous support of the City-County Council, Mayor Joe passed a bi-partisan plan to invest $400 million over the next four years in our streets, sidewalks, and bridges. He ended our city's moratorium on new streetlights and brought back the city's street maintenance teams.

Progress: Over the next four years, $400 million will be invested in our streets, sidewalks, and bridges - all without a local tax increase.

No. 04

Prioritizing Public Safety and Safer Neighborhoods

Mayor Joe is growing the police force and has returned IMPD to neighborhood beats so our officers know their neighborhoods, and our neighborhoods know their officers. He’s increased officer pay for first and second-year officers, and invested in new technology and upgrades for our police force. He's also doubled crime prevention grants for grassroots groups and invested in criminal justice reform.

Progress: Mayor Joe has fully funded an additional 150 police officers to be added to the force, and IMPD is on target to meet that hiring goal by the end of 2019.

“Our city’s economy is stronger when more of our citizens are able to contribute to it. Mayor Hogsett is committed to this ideal of inclusive growth, restructuring local economic incentives to upgrade our job market and launching initiatives like ‘Indy Achieves’ to upskill our workforce, while supporting improved transit to connect people and employers."
“Our amazing city needs a leader who is a champion of working people, a leader who understands the important role workers organizing into unions plays in re-building our middle class. We know Joe is that leader. He has proven himself to be a leader who is attentive and responsive to workers voices and needs. We are excited about his vision for a city where our children are safe from violence, our students are achieving their greatest potential, and our working men and women are pulling ahead, instead of falling behind.”
“Mayor Joe Hogsett is a true friend of organized labor and USW Local 1999 looks forward to our continued partnership. Local 1999 proudly endorses Mayor Joe Hogsett for re-election."
"The Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police has endorsed Mayor Joe Hogsett’s re-election campaign."
Indy Chamber President and CEO Michael Huber
AFSCME Council 962 and Indianapolis Locals
USW Local 1999 President Robert James
President Rick Snyder, Indianapolis FOP

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