Christina Hale Statement on Primary Victory

Christina Hale Statement on Primary Victory

Indianapolis, IN – Christina Hale released the following statement on her victory in the Democratic Primary for Indiana’s Fifth Congressional District:

“The divide America is feeling and the global health crisis we are experiencing around the world underscore how important elected leadership is to our nation and to this district. I am honored to be the Democratic nominee in Indiana’s 5th Congressional District, and want to thank everyone who has supported our campaign. Our community is facing unprecedented challenges, and I’m committed to taking action on the issues most critical to families across the 5th District. 

“Whether it’s the lack of access to affordable health care during a global pandemic, or the economic crisis that has forced over half a million Hoosiers to file for unemployment, our problems are too grave to waste time on partisan politics. I have a proven record of working across the aisle to solve problems and deliver results. In Congress, I’ll work with anyone and everyone to make health care more affordable, create good-paying jobs right here in Indiana, and support our small businesses as they fight to recover.”

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