One City.

One City.

A leader who always puts people before politics, Mayor Joe Hogsett is fighting for taxpayers and investing in our neighborhoods. Since becoming Mayor of Indianapolis, Joe Hogsett has invested in the City’s first-ever $150 million violence reduction strategy, created a 5-year, $1.1 billion plan for infrastructure, expanded investments in affordable housing, lifted a 35-year ban on new streetlights while adding thousands of new ones, and worked across party lines to pass six straight 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 has helped thousands of young people every year. In 2019, Mayor Joe launched the Indy Achieves program to ensure that every resident has the ability to pursue and complete a postsecondary credential or degree program.

Progress: Programs like Indy Achieves and Project Indy 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 seven years to Indianapolis neighborhoods, cementing our position as the economic driver of Indiana. In 2022 alone, Mayor Joe’s leadership spurred $1.1 billion in investment across neighborhoods and retained 8,500 jobs for Indianapolis residents. Leveraging the city’s economic development toolbox, Mayor Joe has supported the new Ivy Tech Automotive Training Center, Volumod HQ, RecycleForce’s new home at Sherman Park, and the attraction of biopharmaceutical companies like Rayze Bio.

Progress: Tens of thousands of jobs added to our city and major investments from industry leaders like Elanco Animal Health, FedEx, and Rolls-Royce.

No. 03

Investing in Our Infrastructure

After working the last 8 years to address decades of deferred maintenance on our city’s roads, Mayor Joe is now combating unequal road funding for Indianapolis. In 2022, Mayor Joe Hogsett announced a 5-year, $1 billion plan for roads, bridges, stormwater infrastructure, and sidewalks. Now, his vision is to continue working with state leadership to fix Indiana’s road funding formula without raising taxes on Marion County residents.

Progress: Over the next five years, Mayor Joe’s $1 billion dollar plan will enhance infrastructure and pedestrian safety across Indianapolis neighborhoods.

No. 04

Prioritizing Public Safety and Safer Neighborhoods

Mayor Joe has funded new IMPD officers and invested in anti-violence programs to make Indianapolis safer, with violence reduction teams working in neighborhoods alongside IMPD and helping people with substance abuse and mental health issues seek treatment. 2022 saw the largest single-year decrease in murders in the history of IMPD, and this year they have stayed at that lower level.

Progress: Mayor Joe’s leadership laid the foundation for his violence reduction strategy, the City’s first mental health response team, and funding boosts for IMPD officers.

“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."
AFSCME Council 962 and Indianapolis Locals
USW Local 1999 President Robert James

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