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  Indianapolis
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  Mayor  Joseph H. "Joe" Hogsett 2 19 +44.74%
  City-County Council  Democratic Party Control 0 19 +60.00%


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Parents > United States > Indiana > Counties > Marion  
Websitehttp://www.indygov.org
Established 00, 0000
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorWabash
Last ModifiedRP December 18, 2019 12:59pm
Description Indianapolis is a rich city in the heart of the Midwest. A city rich in arts and culture, history and heritage, time-honored traditions and endless possibilities. The nation?s 12th largest city has gone through a dramatic revitalization and stunning renaissance period that makes it a different place than it was only 10 years ago. Indianapolis is the perfect balance of big-city style and genuine Hoosier hospitality that makes it a growing destination for corporate meetings, international events and leisure travel.

All-America City Winner 1970 and 1981-82.
Site of Crusade by Billy Sunday in 1935.
Site of Crusades by Reverend Billy Graham 1959, 1980 and 1999.

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Jan 11, 2005 12:00am News New City-County Council President Elected [Indianapolis]  Article PragCon 3.0 
Nov 03, 2004 12:00am News Democrats sweep 3 races to end GOP's stronghold (Indianapolis)  Article Wabash 
Nov 05, 2003 12:00am News Absentee ballots to determine control of Indianapolis City Council  Article PragCon 3.0 
May 05, 2003 07:02am News Husband and wife victories in primary would result in familial face-off in November  Article Wabash 
May 05, 2003 06:58am News Council majority will truly be up for grabs  Article Wabash 
May 05, 2003 06:57am News Primary turnout holds mayoral clue  Article Wabash 

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