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LAFAYETTE, Ind. – State Rep. Don Lehe, a Brookston Republican, is being challenged by Maurice Fuller, a Logansport Democrat.

Lehe, a farmer, was first elected to the Indiana House in 2002 and has been re-elected to two-year terms since then. House District 25 includes parts of Tippecanoe, White, Clinton, Carroll and Cass counties.

Fuller, who lost to Lehe in 2016, did not respond to repeated attempts by the J&C to contact him during the primary and general election cycles.

Why are you running for office?

Lehe: I am running for office to continue my public service and work to help Indiana be the leader in the nation for economic growth,  education and best place to live and raise a family. 

Fuller: Did not respond.

 

If you could accomplish two things in the General Assembly, what would they be? And how would you get them done?

Lehe: The 2019 session will be a budget session where the legislature drafts a two-year budget to fund all of state government. My priorities are education and rural development. I will work to fund K-12 education to ensure all Hoosier children have access to a high quality education. I will continue to promote rural development with access to broadband, health care and infrastructure. 

Fuller: Did not respond.

Name two things that separate you from your opponent.

Lehe: I know very little about my opponent since I’ve had no contact or debates with him. I can only stress that I will continue to make myself available to constituents and represent them at the Statehouse to implement legislation they want for their communities

Fuller: Did not respond.

 

Candidate bios

Don Lehe

Hometown: Brookston

Occupation: Farmer

Immediate family: wife, Kathy; four children and eight grandchildren. 

 

Maurice Fuller

Hometown: Logansport

 

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WHAT YOU CAN DO: Election Day is Nov. 6. Here are some things to know.

Who is on your ballot: To get a ballot of candidates, along with Q&As, customized for your address, go to jconline.com and click on the link to this story.

Where to check your registration and polling places: Go to indianavoters.in.gov, a site maintained by the Indiana Secretary of State.

Where to vote early in Tippecanoe County: Early voting is available from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. weekdays at the county’s election office in the Tippecanoe County Office Building, 20 N. Third St. For a complete list of early voting sites, go to www.tippecanoe.in.gov/449/Early-Voting-Schedule.

Reach Dave Bangert at 765-420-5258 or at dbangert@jconline.com. Follow on Twitter: @davebangert.

Source : https://www.jconline.com/story/news/2018/10/19/election-q-house-district-25-don-lehe-vs-maurice-fuller/1692720002/

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