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Howey Politics Indiana Oct. 7, 2021
Howey Politics Indiana Oct. 7, 2021: HPI Analysis: With new maps, what's next? Ruckelshaus Column: Pandemic emergencies and principles; Horse Race: Race-by-race rundown 2022/2024; Dakich eyes Indy mayoral race
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  • Conrad to seek GOP secretary of state nomination
    “I’ve heard from all four corners of Indiana, from county chairs and clerks to election board members, about how much experience matters and how important it is when it comes to elections and the Secretary of State. Now is not the time to learn as we go.” - Newton County Commissioner Kyle D. Conrad, telling Howey Politics Indiana that he will seek the Republican secretary of state nomination in 2022. Conrad will challenge appointed Secretary of State Holli Sullivan. He served 10 years as Newton County clerk. He was recognized by both the Association of Indiana Counties (1995) and the Association of Clerks of the Circuit Courts of Indiana (2000) as the state’s outstanding clerk. He was named Election Administrator of the Year by the Election Division of the Indiana Secretary of State’s Office in 2000. From 2009 to 2021 Conrad was an account manager for Governmental Business Systems, an election service and equipment provider in Indiana. Republican Diego Morales is also seeking the nomination.
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