Do Todd Young and Marlin Stutzman Endorse Donald Trump for President?

Do Todd Young and Marlin Stutzman Endorse Donald Trump for President?

INDIANAPOLIS – As Donald Trump is poised to lock up the Republican Party’s nomination for president, many of Indiana’s GOP delegation remain silent on their potential endorsement of the front-runner, including U.S. Representatives Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young.

“Established leaders within the Republican Party, including Governor Chris Christie and U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions have shown their support for Donald Trump. And as it increasingly appears that Trump will become the Republican nominee for president, Indiana’s delegation remains silent. Do front-runner Marlin Stutzman and finger-pointing Todd Young formally endorse Trump’s candidacy?” said Drew Anderson, communications director. “With both candidates putting their out-of-touch ideologies ahead of the state and one candidate relying on the establishment to bail him out after his failure to abide by state election laws (Todd Young), Hoosiers already have a firm opinion of Stutzman and Young. Hoosiers deserve to know who they’ll support on the national level.”

So simple question – do Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young endorse Donald Trump to be the Republican nominee for President of the United States?

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