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Indiana Farm Bureau ELECT PAC announces 2016 general election endorsements

Indiana Farm Bureau Inc. ELECT

225 South East Street · P.O. Box 1290 · Indianapolis, Indiana 46206

October 13, 2016

For more information: Katrina Hall, 317-692-7805

Jay Wood, 317-692-7825

Indiana Farm Bureau ELECT, the nonpartisan political action committee associated with Indiana Farm Bureau, has endorsed seven candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives, 17 candidates for the Indiana Senate and 60 candidates for the Indiana House of Representatives. Those candidates include:

U.S. House of Representatives

  • Pete Visclosky (Congressional District 1
  • Jackie Walorski (Congressional District 2)
  • Jim Banks (Congressional District 3)      
  • Todd Rokita (Congressional District 4)
  • Susan Brooks (Congressional District 5)
  • Luke Messer (Congressional District 6)
  • Larry Bucshon (Congressional District 8)
  • Trey Hollingsworth (Congressional District 9)

Indiana Senate

  • Eddie Melton (Senate District 3)
  • Ed Charbonneau (Senate District 5)
  • Brandt Hershman (Senate District 7)
  • Mike Bohacek (Senate District 8)
  • Ryan Mishler (Senate District 9)
  • David Niezgodski (Senate District 10)
  • Blake Doriot (Senate District 12)
  • Susan Glick (Senate District 13)
  • David Long (Senate District 16)
  • Randy Head (Senate District 18)
  • Luke Kenley (Senate District 20)
  • Michael Crider (Senate District 28)
  • Rodric Bray (Senate District 37)
  • Mark Stoops (Senate District 40)
  • Jean Leising (Senate District 42)
  • Eric Koch (Senate District 44)
  • Vaneta Becker (Senate District 50)

Indiana House of Representatives

  • Ed Soliday (House District 4)
  • Dale DeVon (House District 5)
  • Justin Chupp (House District 7)
  • Scott Pelath (House District 9)
  • Chuck Moseley (House District 10)
  • Mike Aylesworth (House District 11)
  • Mara Candelaria Reardon (House District 12)
  • Sharon Negele (House District 13)
  • Hal Slager (House District 15)
  • Doug Gutwein (House District 16)
  • Jack Jordan (House District 17)
  • David Wolkins (House District 18)
  • Shelli VanDenburgh (House District 19)
  • Jim Pressel (House District 20)
  • Tim Wesco (House District 21)
  • Curt Nisly (House District 22)
  • Bill Friend (House District 23)
  • Donna Schaibley (House District 24)
  • Don Lehe (House District 25)
  • Jeff Thompson (House District 28)
  • Mike Karickhoff (House District 30)
  • Greg Beumer (House District 33)
  • Sue Errington (House District 34)
  • Melanie Wright (House District 35)
  • Terri Jo Austin (House District 36)
  • Todd Huston (House District 37)
  • Heath VanNatter (House District 38)
  • Greg Steuerwald (House District 40)
  • Tim Brown (House District 41)
  • Jim Baird (House District 44)
  • Bob Heaton (House District 46)
  • Doug Miller (House District 48)
  • Ben Smaltz (House District 52)
  • Bob Cherry (House District 53)
  • Sean Eberhart (House District 57)
  • Woody Burton (House District 58)
  • Peggy Mayfield (House District 60)
  • Jeff Ellington (House District 62)
  • Mike Braun (House District 63)
  • Tom Washburne (House District 64)
  • Terry Goodin (House District 66)
  • Randy Frye (House District 67)
  • Karen Engleman (House District 70)
  • Steven Stemler (House District 71)
  • Ed Clere (House District 72)
  • Steve Davisson (House District 73)
  • Lloyd Arnold (House District 74)
  • Ron Bacon (House District 75)
  • Wendy McNamara (House District 76)
  • Holli Sullivan (House District 78)
  • Matt Lehman (House District 79)
  • David Ober (House District 82)
  • Christopher Judy (House District 83)
  • Dave Heine (House District 85)
  • Brian Bosma (House District 88)
  • Cindy Kirchhofer (House District 89)
  • Cherrish Pryor (House District 94)
  • John Bartlett (House District 95)
  • Gregory Porter (House District 96)
  • Dan Forestal (House District 100)

ELECT endorsements are made through a multi-step process, starting with recommendations from Farm Bureau members who live in the district. This format stays true to the grassroots nature of the Indiana Farm Bureau organization. ELECT’s endorsements are recognition of candidates’ support of policies that will foster a positive environment for agriculture and rural communities across the state.

 

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