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Jackie Walorski is running for U.S. Congress in Indiana‘s Second District.

Join Team Walorski for our biggest parade of the year, the Elkhart 4-H Fair Parade!

WHEN: Sunday, July 22, 2012.
TIME:12:30 p.m.
WHERE: Linway Plaza, Goshen, Indiana

This is your chance to get a Walorski t-shirt if you don’t have one yet.

Line up at Linway Plaza in Goshen beginning at 12:30pm

There will be two trailers, so there will be plenty of room to walk or ride. Lots of cold water will be available.

Last year Jackie had 150 walkers. Can you spread the news and and bring your family and friends? Help Jackie get her biggest crowd yet!

See you there!

About Jackie…

Jackie Walorski is a native Hoosier, born and raised in South Bend, Indiana.  Jackie attended Riley High School in South Bend and graduated with a BA from Taylor University, also in Indiana.   She started her career as a reporter at WSBT-TV. Later she worked as a Development Director to raise funds for local colleges and universities.

Shortly after marrying her husband Dean, a Mishawaka school teacher, Jackie and Dean moved to Romania.  While in Romania, they founded their own agency and local foundation to help provide much-needed medical supplies to the country’s impoverished children.

After returning home, Jackie was elected to her first of three terms in the Indiana House of Representatives in 2004. She rose quickly to leadership becoming the Assistant Floor Leader for the Republican Caucus.

Jackie on creating jobs and strengthening the economy…

U.S. job growth.

Jackie believes Washington is broken. While Congress has spent hundreds of billions of dollars on so called stimulus, the unemployment rate in North Central Indiana continues to remain high. Jackie believes that Congress needs to create a pro-growth economic environment that will create jobs. To do this, we need to lower taxes on our small businesses. Currently, American corporations pay the highest tax rates in the world. If we allow businesses to keep more of their hard earned money, they will do what they do best, create jobs and strengthen our economy. Jackie fought for lower taxes in the legislature in Indianapolis, and she’ll continue to fight for them in Washington.

Small businesses continue to see their health care costs increase year after year, making it difficult for them to create jobs. Jackie believes we need to repeal the trillion dollar government takeover of health care and replace it with reforms that will actually lower the cost of health care while improving quality.

More about Jackie Walorski on the issues at her websites, here, and here