Christina Hale endorsed by EMILY’s List

Christina Hale endorsed by EMILY’s List

INDIANAPOLIS – Today, EMILY’s List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics, endorsed Christina Hale for Congress in the open seat race in Indiana’s 5th Congressional District. Stephanie Schriock, president of EMILY’s List, released the following statement:

“Christina Hale is a lifelong Hoosier and community leader running to be a voice for Indiana families in Congress and EMILY’s List is proud to endorse her today. She is deeply committed to protecting access to affordable health care, creating an economy that works for all Hoosiers, and preventing violence against women and girls. Deep-pocketed special interests will do everything they can to keep this seat, but Christina has what it takes to win this race with our help. We look forward to showing her the full support of the EMILY’s List community to help elect this champion for Hoosier moms and working families.”

In response, Christina Hale said, “I am honored to have the endorsement of EMILY’s List and the grassroots power of their membership on my side.  With their support and track record of success, we’ll have the resources to run a strong campaign that focuses on prioritizing Hoosier moms and working families.”

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