Cindy Reinert and others from 25 Women for 2020 discuss veterans’ issues with Lisa Wilken, a volunteer veterans’ advocate.
On Tuesday, October 13th, Cindy participated in an online panel discussion on access to health care with other members of 25 Women for 2020 and Gubernatorial candidate Dr. Woody Myers.
Candidate Cindy Reinert discusses cannabis-related issues with Indiana Norml
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“Meet Cindy Reinert Candidate for #IN58 2020! A mother, a grandmother, a retired businesswoman and attorney. Her job in this life is to leave this world a better place than she found it. She says she is strong because she has an entire tribe of other women who have her back!
We are proud to endorse Cindy Reinert Candidate for #IN58 2020!”
Stonewall’s actual endorsement can be seen here.
Region 2-B of the United Auto Workers has endorsed Candidate Reinert
The Indiana affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers has endorsed the candidacy of Cindy Reinert for Indiana House of Representative, District 58:
“The Executive Board of AFT Indiana has reviewed your completed survey regarding positions on issues of importance to our members and has made endorsements regarding the November 3rd election. AFT Indiana is happy to announce its endorsement of your candidacy.”
“We wish you success in the general election and look forward to your work for and support of public schools and working families in Indiana.”
Recent incidents in our country, including the brutal and senseless killing of George Floyd, have resurfaced the on-going issue of systemic racism against Black Americans. We all have a responsibility to take a stand against racism and injustice. It is not enough to not be racist, we must be anti-racist. We know that there is a desire for action from our constituents for change to come. Our campaign will be a part of that change. Being Pride Month, we must also recognize the need to stand with and for members of the LGBTQ+ community as well as to emphasize that the intersectionality of identities compounds injustices. Incidents like the shooting death of Tony McDade, a black trans man, is just one example of the devastation that Black and LGBTQ+ individuals face.
Our general election is now officially underway. Be on the lookout for further campaign announcements. We recognize that these are troubling times and that individuals have undergone grave financial impact due to Covid-19 but we want to make you aware of ways to support the campaign financially if you are able to do so. We want to help fuel our people-focused campaign to make Indiana a better place for ALL Hoosiers. Our campaign is also offering Pride yard signs. Order yours here or donate at