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Warnick announces endorsement of Schellinger for Governor

I am proud to endorse Jim Schellinger for Governor for the following reasons:

Jim Schellinger is a life long Hoosier, who has never, worked or lived in Washington DC, which can change the way, he looks at and thinks about Hoosiers and the way we work and live in Indiana. Marge Warnick and Jim Schellinger

Jim is a committed business leader in Indiana, as President of CSO Architects in Indianapolis, Jim and his Company has been named in the Indianapolis Star as one of the Top Five companies in Indiana.

Jim is committed to Education throughout Indiana by working with School Boards throughout Indiana on ways to improve their current buildings to better serve the Teachers & Students in their learning environment.

Jim is committed to Labor Unions, and the working class citizens of Indiana, Jim worked full time nights and summers to pay his way through the University Of Notre Dame earning a degree in Architecture.

Jim is committed to his family, Jim and Laura have three sons, and Jim coached all three in Little League Baseball, and they often find their way home to South Bend to visit with family there.

Jim may be a first time candidate, with new ideas, but he has had a life long commitment to the Indiana Democrat Party, supporting the party in good times and bad.

About a year ago, our Grandson Brenden (8) was with us at a dinner in Warsaw at the Pizza King where Jim spoke. On the way home Brenden asked who that man was, we told him the next Governor of Indiana. He asked what a Governor does and many other questions. Brenden has always had that little intuition and is a good judge of people. After answering his questions, he said that Mr. Schellinger would be a good Governor, because he was a nice man. Well, Brenden’s Grandma thinks so too, and that is why I am endorsing Jim. Jim Schellinger is the best choice for Governor of Indiana.

Marjorie L. Warnick

Indiana Democrat Party

Third District Vice Chairman



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