Welcome to this week’s update from Team Todd, where we run through what Todd is up to, what’s coming soon, and a few interesting articles that highlight just how important conservative leadership is right now with Democratic control of the White House and Congress.
Introducing Students for Todd Young
Todd is proud to announce that his campaign has Hoosier students organized at over 20 of our colleges and universities in support of his re-election campaign.
Elections are about the future, that’s why it’s so encouraging to have so many young people working alongside Todd to tackle the surging cost of college, drive down 40-year high inflation, and create more good-paying jobs right here in Indiana.
Hoosier Farmers Experiencing Pain at the Pump
Hoosier farmers are experiencing record-high diesel costs at $4.97 a gallon.
The Biden Administration must unleash American energy to drive down prices and lessen the world’s reliance on Russian & Iranian oil.
Honoring Hoosier Female Leaders on International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day was celebrated last week. Thank you to our Hoosier women leaders at the state and federal levels for your leadership and friendship.
Todd Headlined the Jasper County Lincoln Day Dinner
Todd enjoyed spending time up in Jasper County last Friday as he headlined the Jasper County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner.
Todd talked with Hoosiers about the war in Ukraine, the crisis at our southern border, and the need for constitutionalist judges on the Supreme Court. Hoosiers are ready to get America back on track and know keeping Indiana red this November is the first step.
Where Are Todd’s Troops?
This week, Todd’s Troops attended the Indiana Federation of Republican Women Spring Training, Carmel-Clay GOP Chili Cook-Off, DeKalb County GOP Coffee and Donuts, as well as GOP Lincoln Day Dinners in Johnson, Clinton, Miami, and Spencer counties.
The Daily Wire: 49 Republican Senators Send New Warning To Biden Admin About Nuclear Deal With Iran
AM 1050: Senator Young Statement on Russian Oil Ban Announcement
News Max: Southern Border Engagements Up 60 Percent Since Last February