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Evansville, IN, JUNE 24:
The Vanderburgh County Democratic Party would like to be clear that Black Lives Matter. This does not mean only black lives or black lives matter more. What is means is that to move beyond the systemic racism that still stubbornly persists in our communities, we must have black voices in leadership to bear witness first-hand to the personal experience of racism. Without those black voices, we will not be able to find solutions that will reduce the inequalities and mistreatment of those who are discriminated against. The suggestion that the only black representative on the Evansville City Council resign is offensive and counterproductive. The Vanderburgh County Democratic Party is proud of the leadership that Alex Burton has brought to the City Council. We fully support him and his hard work to make E for Everyone and we strongly encourage all members of the City Council, regardless of party affiliation, to hear his voice.
Contact: Melissa Morehead Moore
For Immediate Release
June 23, 2020
Sloane Standley, a lifelong resident of Vanderburgh County, filed today as a Democratic Party
candidate for Vanderburgh County Clerk. She expressed her passion for public service and for
broad voting services. “Public service has been a longtime goal, and elective service is a perfect
way to serve the public good. Today, perhaps as much as ever before, access to voting is vital to
a healthy democracy, and the County Clerk must lead and support wide access which is above
reproach,” she said. She also stressed confidence in her strong management and customer
Standley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies from the University of
Southern Indiana, and graduated from F.J. Reitz High School. She has experience in sales,
operations, and financial management, and has worked for AT&T, FC Tucker Emge Realtors,
and Teamsters Local 215 in Evansville. She is bilingual in Spanish/English.
She has twice been a delegate to the Indiana Democratic Party State Convention and has
volunteered for the Party. Standley is a member of the Board of Directors of the YWCA of
Evansville, where she has pursued her advocacy for eliminating racism and empowering women.
She has been a presenter for equal pay for women and chairs a committee on substance abuse.
Her community volunteerism has focused on equality and civil liberties. She also is a member of
the alumni associations of both University of Southern Indiana and Phi Mu sorority.
Married to Ronnie Beasley for 17 years, she and her husband are the parents of two active
children in the North Junior and Senior High Schools.
Standley will be presented to a Vanderburgh County Democratic Party caucus on Saturday. The
caucus will determine the Party candidate on the November general election ballot.
The Vanderburgh County Democratic party is run completely with volunteers. If you have special skills or talents or just like talking to people, we can use your help.
The focus of the Neighborhood Leader Program (NLP) is to impact Democratic-leaning voters by asking them to vote. Neighborhood Leaders educate and motivate fellow Democratic voters about the election and candidates. This year Neighborhood Leaders make personal contact with 35 of their neighbors by POSTCARD and PHONE CALL to encourage them to vote. Interested? Call or email Guy Sides at email@example.com or 252-619-8849
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