Jack Morris Family

Meet Jack

Jack Morris is a lifelong resident of Fort Wayne. After attending Fort Wayne Community Schools, Jack went on to receive his associates degree from Cumberland College before heading to Ball State University where he received his B.A. In 1980 he graduated from Indiana School of Law-Indianapolis. In 2012 Jack also received …

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Jobs

Jobs and Economy

Jack’s top priority is creating good paying jobs right here in Allen County. That means focusing on policies to help small businesses grow and expand today and remain competitive long into the future. We can’t be content with creating just any job; we must create the quality jobs Hoosiers can …

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Public Education

In Indiana, providing all Hoosier children with a quality education is a fundamental responsibility of government. So much so, that the state’s constitution outlines lawmakers’ duties to provide by law: “for a general and uniform system of Common Schools, wherein tuition shall without charge, and equally open to all.” Jack …

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Morris Lauds Allen County Pre-K Pilot

Jul 24, 2014 Comments Off Derek Thomas

Morris lauds Allen County pre-K pilot, pledges to build from progress FORT WAYNE – Candidate for State Senate District 15 Jack Morris released the following statement after Allen County was named one of five Indiana counties to lead the state’s preschool pilot program.   “I’m pleased to hear our state is …

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Inside Indiana Business | Apprentice Fair Set For Fort Wayne

Jun 23, 2014 Comments Off admin

Fort Wayne, Ind. — Jack Morris, District 15 State Senate candidate; Kent Prosser, President of the Northeast Indiana Building Trades; Joe Jordan, President and CEO, Boys and Girls Club of Ft. Wayne; Jonathon Ray, President and CEO, Ft. Wayne Urban League; Stephanie Hilton, Apprenticeship Coordinator for Ivy Tech Community College …

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Journal Gazette | Pre-K availability varies by state

May 22, 2014 Comments Off admin

WASHINGTON – Want your child to go to a state-funded pre-K program? Choose your home state wisely. A new report to be released Tuesday finds wide disparities in the number of spots available for publicly funded preschool programs. A whopping 94 percent of 4-year-olds attended such a program in the …

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Journal Gazette | Wyss gets repeat challenge for seat

Apr 5, 2014 Comments Off admin

Lifelong Fort Wayne resident Jack Morris is lined up for a second shot at the Senate District 15 seat held by veteran Fort Wayne Republican Sen. Tom Wyss. Morris, a Democrat, challenged Wyss in 2010 and lost decisively. Now he is aiming at 2014 but might not be Wyss’ only …

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