Last Updated on January 11, 2016 by cassnetwork
Local Republican Chuck LaDow has announced his candidacy for one of the three at large positions on the Cass County Council for the upcoming election.
LaDow, 46, a lifelong resident of Cass County, is not a newcomer to politics. He recently completed his second term on the Logansport City Council, representing the Fourth Ward.
LaDow has been employed by Logansport Community Schools for the past twenty-three years where he currently serves as the director of Two Rivers Academy, an alternative school program for middle school students. LaDow is also the head cross country coach at Logansport High School, has coached wrestling at both Logansport and Pioneer, and has officiated high school wrestling for the past twenty-eight years.
LaDow attends Walton Christian Church.
Locally, he has served the community as a member of the PEAK Board, the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Board, The Landis PTO Board, and as a member of the Logansport Common Council.
“I have enjoyed the past eight years serving my community. It is my goal to help the County and the City to develop a positive partnership that will not only help with economic growth and development for Cass County, but also to do it in a more economically efficient way. We have a lot of redundancies that the local tax payers fund and I would like to see our tax dollars used in a more efficient manner. By working together with the City of Logansport, I know it would be a win/win for both city and county residents.”