The final three days before Election Day are critical action days! It's our last chance to move people to the polls. Plan to attend a session each day, as we team together to call on our neighbors and get out the vote!
IndyCAN releases a comprehensive study that identifies the drivers of systemic criminalization of people of color in Marion County and lays out six steps the city can take to provide relief for entangled Black and Latino Families.
Hundreds witness Deputy Mayor promise to recommend a serious proposal to end money bail in Indianapolis, pre-arrest diversion into mental health and drug treatment, to create a culture of transparency and track and post racial outcomes at jail.
Expanding transit has the power to improve the lives of thousands of Hoosiers. How? Click here to watch our video and hear real, personal stories of Indy residents like Alpha, who lost an important job opportunity due to current transit limitations.
October 27, 2016
In November, we get to decide to work together, each doing our part for our collective good. YES votes on Question #2 to expand transit, won't you join us?
October 16, 2016
A discussion about this controversial ballot issue for Marion County residents - a .25% income tax hike - to help fund expanded IndyGo bus service and a bus rapid transit system.
October 6, 2016
Indiana has joined a growing list of states looking to revamp its criminal justice system with a new approach to dealing with crime suspects prior to their day in court.
Perhaps no demographic of voters has more at stake in a November mass transit referendum in Marion County than riders of IndyGo buses.
The final three days before Election Day are our last chance to move people to the polls as if their lives depend on it — because they do! We are teaming together to call on our neighbors and get out the vote! Your voice has power! Use it!
We have come so far, but we are not done yet! We must move people to VOTE AS IF THEIR LIVES DEPEND ON IT!
Attend the Oct. 25 rally to show Indy we are serious about bringing home the victory of expanded transit — and making Indianapolis a fairer city!
We still need dozens of volunteers to talk with neighbors before Election Day. You can help lead Indy to the Ticket to Opportunity by urging voters to vote YES for transit Nov. 8. Sign up for a volunteer phone bank shift today!
Our Ticket to Opportunity video is full of personal stories of those whose lives have been affected by a limited transit system in Indianapolis. This is why we do what we do! We must vote YES to expanded transit this fall!
IndyCAN's Ticket to Opportunity platform is built on three faith values: Inclusion, God's abundance and keeping families together. In 2016, we aim to move more than 25,000 voters to the polls to vote YES to expanding mass transit in Indianapolis.
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