This November, our nation will be tasked with participating in one of the most important elections in our country’s history. Now is not the time for voter apathy.
Now is the time for action—to vote—and to consider Naomi Bechtold for Indiana House District 24.
By Current Publishing on September 28, 2020
Naomi Bechtold was initially motivated to run for public office by the political discourse in the 2016 presidential election.
“I originally decided to run after the outcome of the 2016 election because I saw a danger to democracy developing and decided the best way to combat it was on a local level,” Bechtold said.
By Ann Marie Shambaugh on September 9, 2020
The League of Women Voters of Hamilton County will present five candidate forums in advance of the Nov. 3 general election.
Normally the forums would occur in a large venue with attendance open to the public, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic they will be posted on the group’s Facebook page.
By Mark Ambrogi on November 15, 2019
Carmel Community, Westfield Community, Zionsville Community
Naomi Bechtold got an emotional boost from the Nov. 5 Election Day results, and she wasn’t even running for office.
Bechtold was encouraged by Miles Nelson becoming the first Democrat to win a spot on the Carmel City Council since Carmel became a city and Democrat Emily Styron being elected Zionsville mayor.
The Reporter November 15, 2019
Naomi Bechtold, a Carmel resident and member of the Democratic Party, has announced she is running for Indiana House of Representatives District 24. The district covers western Carmel, Zionsville and parts of Westfield and Whitestown.