Indiana GOP Welcomes Line of Democrat Presidential Candidates to Indiana
Jul 25, 2019

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Republican Party spokesman Pete Seat released this statement ahead of campaign stops by a long line of Democrats running for president at the National Urban League convention in Indianapolis: 

"We're delighted to welcome another long line of Democrat presidential hopefuls to Indiana, as they provide the perfect contrast to the results Republicans are delivering in Indiana.

"While these Democrats promote radical socialist ideas like the Green New Deal that would balloon the size of government and cost good-paying Hoosier jobs, the Indiana Way is centered on results. Under Republican leadership, Indiana shines with a balanced budget, record investments in education, record infrastructure work currently underway and more Hoosiers working than ever before. 

"We'll let the Democrats keep talking, while Republicans focus on results."

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