GOSHEN, Ind. — One of six Republicans who intend to run in the May 8 primary for the party’s U.S. Senate nomination lunched and listened to recreational vehicle executives Thursday, then toured a Keystone RV plant.
Luke Messer of Greensburg, who is the U.S. House representative in District 6, walked through a lamination plant with Keystone CEO Matt Zimmerman as he showed him how RV sidewalls are made.
“We are laser focused on beating Joe Donnelly,” Messer said on how he will differentiate himself in the field of GOP hopefuls. “The bottom line is we have to unite conservatives all across the state to bring a change to the U.S. Senate. “Frankly, I like Joe Donnelly personally but I think he votes out of step with Hoosiers. As we stayed focus on that case we are confident the primary result will work out.”
Read the full story from Goshen News.