Democratic Mayoral candidate Joe Hogsett says while he does have a connection to Bose Public Affairs, he never profited off of any money the firm made with the city during its representation regarding the proposed criminal justice center.

Hogsett is works for the firm of Bose McKinney Evans which is part owner of Bose Public Affairs.

During his news conference today promoting his plan more government openness and transparency, Hogsett said he spoke about the Justice Center he did disclosed that Bose was hired by the city to assist with the project, but he never received a benefit.

You can hear Hogsett’s comments in the Leon-Tailored Audio.  They run about 15 minutes.  Hogsett also talks about asking the legislature to limit the Mayor of Indianapolis to two terms in office, saying that should be enough time for anyone to accomplish their agenda.