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VIDEO: Young Wishes all Hoosiers a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

December 23, 2019

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) today released a video message to wish Hoosiers a merry Christmas and reflect on the accomplishments in 2019. 

“Jenny and I want to wish all Hoosiers a very merry Christmas and happy Holidays. From Gary to Evansville, Terre Haute to Richmond, Hoosiers have a whole lot to celebrate this year,” said Senator Young in the video. “With so much success in 2019, I look forward to continue to build on these accomplishments and create new opportunities for Hoosiers as we enter 2020. Again, warm wishes to all Hoosiers this Holiday season and god bless.”

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Full transcript of the video:

Jenny and I want to wish all Hoosiers a very merry Christmas and happy Holidays.

From Gary to Evansville, Terre Haute to Richmond, Hoosiers have a whole lot to celebrate this year.

To name a few, we designated our very first National Park; we made significant gains in curbing the opioid epidemic, we improved our infrastructure; and continued to build on pro-growth economic policies that have allowed our farming and manufacturing industries to flourish.

With record low unemployment rates families are doing well.

We have higher wages.

We’ve increased job growth.

These republican-led policies are working for the American people and working for Hoosiers.

With so much success in 2019, I look forward to continue to build on these accomplishments and create new opportunities for Hoosiers as we enter 2020.

Again, warm wishes to all Hoosiers this Holiday season and god bless.



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