FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Oct. 24, 2023
Indianapolis, IND — Former Indiana State Representative Sue Scholer, a distinguished public servant, has proudly extended her endorsement to Suzanne Crouch, who has the potential to make history as Indiana’s first female governor.
Scholer’s endorsement signifies a powerful endorsement, underlining the significance of Crouch’s candidacy for Governor.
“I am supporting Suzanne Crouch for Governor because she has experience at all levels of government in Indiana. From my experience as a former legislator, I know how valuable it is to understand how actions will affect Hoosiers across the state. Suzanne has proven she is dedicated to the people of Indiana by her service. She is enthusiastic about the future of Indiana and has the ability to lead us forward as our Governor,” said Scholer.
Scholer’s own remarkable political career spanned 14 years, representing Indiana House District 26 in Tippecanoe County from 1990 to 2004, which included serving as the Republican Whip from 1994 to 2000. Her public service contributions extended beyond the legislature, with roles such as Tippecanoe County Commissioner, Wabash Assessor, Precinct Committeeman, and involvement in the Republican Women’s Club.
Scholer’s unwavering dedication to promoting women in government is highlighted by her affiliations with notable organizations such as The League of Women Voters, National Order of Women Legislators, Tri Kappa, and Women in Government. Her distinguished role as a former chairwoman for the Midwestern Conference, coupled with her service on various councils and committees, including the Civil Defense Advisory Council, underlines her commitment to fostering women’s participation in government.
Suzanne Crouch’s campaign for Governor continues to gain more momentum. For more information about her and her campaign for Governor, please visit https://www.crouchforindiana.com/.