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The Indiana State Police Alliance-Political Action Committee, representing 1100 plus Indiana State Troopers, has made their endorsements for the upcoming fall election and a pair of local state representatives have received support. District 63 State Representative Mike Braun of Jasper and District 74 State Representative Lloyd Arnold of Leavenworth have garnered support from the group.

District 63 covers parts of Dubois, Martin, Daviess and Pike Counties while District 74 consists of parts of if not all of Spencer, Perry, Crawford and Dubois Counties. The endorsements are based on the support they have shown alliance members in prior legislative sessions and through meetings and discussions. The Indiana State Police Alliance-Political Action Committee say they have chosen these candidates knowing they will support their initiatives in the upcoming legislative session and sessions to follow.

Other notable candidates receiving endorsements for the November general election include, Democratic Challenger for governor John Gregg who will face off with incumbent Lt. Governor Eric Holcomb and Republican Curtis Hill, Jr for Attorney General. The Indiana State Police Alliance-Political Action Committee ask that you make your voice heard on November 8th and please vote.

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