Press release from the Jack Morris for Indiana Senate campaign:
Jack Morris pledges to conduct clean campaign
(August 19, 2010) – District 15 State Senate candidate Jack Morris (D-Fort Wayne) announced this week that he has signed a Clean Campaign Practices Pledge. Jack said he has sent a signed copy of the pledge to his opponent Tom Wyss (R-Fort Wayne) asking for his signature. The pledge was sent 60 days ago with no response from Tom Wyss.
“Politics has become more focused upon attacking the other side. This leads only to stalemate with very little actually getting accomplished. Our elected officials and candidates owe the people more. We need to work through our differences and fight for results which are best for us all”, said Morris.
Morris has signed a pledge stating that he will conduct his campaign openly and fairly, and will discuss the issues and participate in fair public debate. Morris also has pledged not to engage in defamatory attacks on his opponent, and he will not engage in unwarranted invasions of personal privacy unrelated to campaign issues.
The pledge also states that candidates will not permit the use of any campaign material or advertisement, which misrepresents, distorts, or otherwise falsifies the facts regarding his record or that of Sen. Wyss.