Bucshon announces re-election bid

Congressman Larry Bucshon, M.D. (IN-08) will run for reelection as Indiana’s 8th District representative in next year’s election cycle.

Dr. Bucshon is a heart surgeon and has held the 8th District seat since being first elected in 2010.

He issued the following statement formally announcing he will be seeking another term in the United States House of Representatives:

“It’s an honor and the privilege of a lifetime to be entrusted by Hoosiers in Southwest and West Central Indiana to represent them in the U.S. House of Representatives. During my time in Congress, I’ve worked to champion commonsense conservative values of faith, family, and freedom. Amid the biggest wave of socialism to wash over our nation ever, I am eager to remain in the fight to champion these values and to ensure that we pass on a country full of unlimited opportunity and freedom to future generations of Americans. I am running for reelection next year and I humbly ask Hoosiers in the Eighth District to renew my job contract in 2022 for another two years in order to allow me to continue fighting on their behalf in Congress.” 

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  1. Bucshon voted against the infrastructure legislation in Congress. That means he voted against funds to get broadband into rural areas of his district, he voted against repairing bridges that have been negleted for decades and fixing deteriorating I-69. He is against providing funds to public schools that need improved heating and cooling systems and wants to deny his constituents the better paying jobs that will come with all of these upgrades in infrastructure.

    The 8th District deserves better representation.

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