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Mark Root

Director of Library Services

Bethel College

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Bethel College

1001 Bethel Cir

Mishawaka, Indiana,46545

United States

Company Description

Bethel College is a private liberal-arts institution located in McKenzie, Tennessee. Bethel is affiliated with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and is coeducational and fully accredited. The College offers 30 undergraduate programs and 3 graduate programs, i... more

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www.southbendtribune.com

Root is a Bethel College librarian.
Root has proved to be an intelligent, hard-working councilman who deserves another four-year term. The Tribune endorses Mark Root.


www.southbendtribune.com [cached]

Root takes hold in politicsMark Root, a librarian at Bethel College, became the St. Joseph County Council's freshest face after his election victory Tuesday.SOUTH BEND -- Born in North Dakota, Mark Root didn't ride anybody's coattails into politics.But he understood its significance.Root, 31, a Republican, is the newest member of the St. Joseph County Council after defeating Ken Welsh in Tuesday's election.A married father of one, Root said he relied on the help of family and several students at Bethel College, where Root is a librarian.Foughty was recently hired to work for the LaPorte County Republican Party, Root said.A graduate of Penn High School, Bethel College and Indiana University, Root has spent his whole life around libraries, including the last nine years at Bethel's facility.He said the job satisfies his thirst for knowledge and his desire to help others."I get to work with people and help them find information," he said."It's a little bit like being a detective.They come in and need your help.They've got some pieces of the puzzle.But I get to take the pieces and make a complete picture."After doing some nuts-and-bolts campaign work in recent years, dropping off literature and registering voters, Root decided to try his hand in politics.With the county council split 5-4 this year in favor of the Democrats, Republican leaders wanted to keep a GOP member in Reinholtz's seat, Root said.He said the party gave him enough money to do a large amount of direct-mail advertisements to past GOP campaign contributors.Root added that his campaign workers spent a lot of late nights -- especially during the primary -- knocking on doors and talking to people.Root beat Welsh by 2,400 votes.The council has been divided, but Root said the situation is not hopeless.He said a recent, potentially controversial request by the University of Notre Dame to close Juniper Road through campus was handled smoothly by the county, and the request was approved unanimously.That should serve as a model, Root said, "on how the council can resolve the contentious issues that face us."There are issues where we can work together.On those issues where we disagree, we may have different philosophies or outlooks on how things should be done.But it's a normal part of the process."Root believes tax relief should be the highest priority for the council.


www.southbendtribune.com [cached]

SOUTH BEND -- Mark Root, a librarian at Bethel College, won the right to try to hold the St. Joseph County Council District I seat for the Republican Party.Root got 908 votes, or 44 percent of the vote, to beat Judith Leach and James "Big Jim" Hoffman.Root didn't want to try to analyze why he won without seeing the votes by precinct.Leach was disappointed but still willing to support Root."Mark is a great guy," she said."Mark will have my undying support."Hoffman said he has learned a lot and the campaign was a positive experience."I gave it my best shot," he said.


www.acl.org [cached]

Mark Root , Bethel College ( IN )Co-Coordinator2001Bible College Libraries Section [ top ]


www.stjosephcountyindiana.com [cached]

Vice President Pro-Tempore: Mark Root


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