Joe Donnelly kicks off seven-day summer RV tour to talk with Hoosiers all across Indiana
Joe Donnelly will kick off a seven-day statewide RV tour with a series of events in Indianapolis today to talk with Hoosier voters and describe how he’s fighting for them in the Senate.
The RV tour is Joe’s largest yet, spanning seven days and taking his 2002 Indiana-made RV to every corner of the state. The tour, over the one week of Senate recess in August, will give him opportunities to talk up his legislative proposals that have been signed into law, discuss his fight to protect access to affordable health care, and provide a level playing field for Hoosier farmers, manufacturers, and steelworkers. He’ll discuss how he can continue putting Indiana first in the Senate, and fire up grassroots Hoosiers eager to work over the next 95 days to keep Joe’s commonsense voice in Washington.
“There’s so much more wisdom in Washington, Indiana -- or Elkhart, Bloomington, Muncie, Hammond or Indianapolis -- than in Washington, D.C.,” said Joe Donnelly. “Every time I’m on the road talking to Hoosiers, I come back fired up to return to Washington and deliver even more successes for them. Serving as the hired help for Hoosiers in the Senate means working as hard as they do, so I’m excited to get back on the road for a week-long summer RV tour and listen to voters’ concerns so I can bring their ideas to Washington for six more years.”
Throughout his time in the Senate, Joe has relied on hard work and Hoosier common sense to deliver results for Indiana. 43 of Joe’s legislative proposals have become law, including 21 since President Trump took office. He’s visited all 92 counties each of the last four years to listen to Hoosiers’ concerns, and The Lugar Center last year named him the most bipartisan senator of the last 25 years still serving in office.