IBA: IndyBar Member Wins Election to Challenge Mayor in November

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Melina Kennedy won the Democratic primary race for Indianapolis Mayor last week. A partner at Baker & Daniels and a past chair of the IndyBar’s Women and Law Division; Kennedy was involved in the only contested election in Marion County involving an Indianapolis Bar Association member. She will face incumbent Mayor Greg Ballard in the November general election.

IndyBar members Aaron Freeman and Robert Lutz were unopposed in their bids for re-election to the City-County Council.•


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