Hoosier Democrats Launching Statewide Voter Outreach Initiative
(From the state’s READI program to infrastructure projects across Indiana, the American Rescue Plan and The Jobs Act delivers for Indiana)
INDIANAPOLIS – Friday, Feb. 25, Brett Voorhies (President of Indiana AFL-CIO), Ray McCormick (Endorsed Candidate for U.S. Congress – IN-08), Ryan Hatfield (State Representative – Indiana District 77), and Zac Heronemus (Evansville City Council President – Third Ward) will continue the Indiana Democratic Party’s “The Jobs Tour”, a statewide effort to tout how Hoosier Democrats – not Republicans – are responsible for the bright economic future for families and communities across the state.
WHO: Brett Voorhies, President of Indiana AFL-CIO
Ray McCormick, Candidate for U.S. Congress – IN-08
Ryan Hatfield, State Representative – Indiana District 77
Zac Heronemus, Evansville City Council President – Third Ward
WHAT: INDems’ “The Jobs Tour” Stop
WHEN: 10:30 AM CT, Friday, February 25, 2022
WHERE: Vanderburgh County Democratic Party Headquarters at 220 NW 4th Street, Evansville, IN 47708
“Indiana and Hoosier’s families have a bright future, and it’s primarily because of President Biden and Indiana Democrats like André Carson and Frank Mrvan. Democrats delivered on jobs, the state’s READI program, construction projects, and transformational infrastructure projects voters will see for years to come,” said Mike Schmuhl, Chairman of the Indiana Democratic Party. “The American Rescue Plan and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act made all of this possible, and while Indiana Republicans focus on their culture wars at the statehouse, Democrats will crisscross the state to share this great news directly with voters. Indiana is on the cusp of a better tomorrow, and it’s because Democrats are getting things done and supporting Hoosiers when it matters most.”
Thanks to the American Rescue Plan and The Jobs Act, Democrats like U.S. Congressmen André Carson and Frank Mrvan secured total funding for the state’s READI program, more than $900 million of state construction projects, and transformational investments that will expand broadband internet access, revitalize water systems, fix community infrastructure needs, and repair crumbling roads and bridges across Indiana.
Democrats created this bright economic future for Hoosier families, and “The Jobs Tour” will celebrate how these kitchen table issues were made possible when it mattered most.