Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman announces re-election campaign for third term

GOSHEN, Ind. -- Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman announced on Tuesday that he will be running for a third term.

While announcing his campaign for re-election, Stutsman also pledged to continue developing the Goshen community.

Stutsman has announced the following goals for community improvement should he be re-elected:

  • Implement smart and sustainable fiscal management of city operations.
  • Keep the community safe by providing the Police and Fire departments with adequate resources.
  • Support existing and new business opportunities and living-wage jobs.
  • Support neighborhoods and help them meet their unique needs.
  • Listen to and serve all of Goshen with an open mind and an inclusive heart.
  • Leave divisive politics out of leadership and important decisions.
  • Leave the city better and stronger than the year before.

Stutsman is heading into his eighth year as mayor, and according to his campaign-announcement on social media, he's focused on a new community-vision.

"In partnership with residents, businesses, educators, non-profit organizations, local and state elected officials and hardworking city employees, we have made great strides in growing and improving Goshen," said Stutsman.

In Stutsman's time as mayor, Goshen has been named "Community of the Year" in 2017, and the city's population by percentage has grown at a rate three-times faster than cities throughout Indiana, according to Stutsman. 

Stutsman's full statement is attached below:

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