Tallian Touts Wide Support Among Democratic Base

Tallian Touts Wide Support Among Democratic Base

State Senator Karen Tallian is pleased to announce that her campaign has filed its year-end report,  showing that she has a very broad donor base from all over the state of Indiana. 

“We have to keep our eye on the prize” said former State Representative and retired Hammond Police Captain Linda Lawson.  “The process right now is about choosing the candidate who is best able to defeat Curtis Hill next November. Karen Tallian is the most qualified candidate in this race, on either side of the aisle, and the person most likely to win in the Fall.” 

Tallian has raised over $205,000 in the last quarter in her campaign to be the next Attorney General.  “We set a goal, and we met it” said Tallian. Her campaign manager, Alex Cortwright, said that the report evidences her wide support all across the state.   “Except for a couple of old high-school buddies, these donations are from Hoosiers. This is in stark contrast to the past reports filed by Attorney General Curtis Hill,  which show that large chunks of his money are coming from out of state” he said.

Tallian further stated that this race is about the lives of Hoosiers and the issues confronting them.   “We know where Curtis Hill stands, both personally and on a whole range of issues. He is making life harder for people all over the state, and his actions actually threaten our interests.” 

“My views on all the issues that people care about are consistently and firmly stated over 15 sessions in the Indiana Senate”, Tallian said.  “I have been leading the fight on accessible health care, proper funding for education, criminal justice reform, environment, labor issues, and of course,  have led the way to reform Indiana’s unfair and outdated laws on marijuana. My office has been at the forefront of trying to solve the problems currently facing Indiana, and I have a plan for tackling them as Attorney General.”

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