Fiorina visits Fishers, Fortville

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By Sam Elliott

One day ahead of Indiana’s May 3 primary election, Republican Vice President candidate Carly Fiorina and Heidi Cruz, the wife of Republican Presidential candidate Ted Cruz, made campaign stops in Fishers and Fortville.

The campaign visited Handels in Fishers before making a stop at the Lincoln Square Pancake House in Fortville.

WORD ON THE STREET

Brian Holzhausen, Indianapolis, who brought his son, Hans, along to introduce him to the nation’s political process: “I think it’s neat that the campaign is going through all the different towns and visiting the local people. That’s a nice way to make contact. I’m concerned about the future of our country, so I wanted to be involved in the political processes as I’ve been every year I’ve voted.”

Tammy Burk, who drove from Bloomington, Ill., for the event: “The constitution is too important and Supreme Court justices are too important. I have three children I want to have freedom.”

Isha Schmackers, Fortville: “We decided to come out because we don’t like Donald Trump, but we are conservatives, so we’re trying to decide what we should do for our country and we were hoping to meet the future vice president maybe and Mr. Cruz’s wife and just see what they’re about and try to decide what we should do (May 3).”


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Fiorina visits Fishers, Fortville

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By Sam Elliott

One day ahead of Indiana’s May 3 primary election, Republican Vice President candidate Carly Fiorina and Heidi Cruz, the wife of Republican Presidential candidate Ted Cruz, made campaign stops in Fishers and Fortville.

The campaign visited Handels in Fishers before making a stop at the Lincoln Square Pancake House in Fortville.

WORD ON THE STREET

Brian Holzhausen, Indianapolis, who brought his son, Hans, along to introduce him to the nation’s political process: “I think it’s neat that the campaign is going through all the different towns and visiting the local people. That’s a nice way to make contact. I’m concerned about the future of our country, so I wanted to be involved in the political processes as I’ve been every year I’ve voted.”

Tammy Burk, who drove from Bloomington, Ill., for the event: “The constitution is too important and Supreme Court justices are too important. I have three children I want to have freedom.”

Isha Schmackers, Fortville: “We decided to come out because we don’t like Donald Trump, but we are conservatives, so we’re trying to decide what we should do for our country and we were hoping to meet the future vice president maybe and Mr. Cruz’s wife and just see what they’re about and try to decide what we should do (May 3).”


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