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Governor Holcomb Earns Endorsement Of Indiana REALTORS

July 31, 2020

Governor Holcomb 10-14-19The Indiana REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) today announced that it is endorsing Governor Eric Holcomb for a second term.

“The real estate industry nationwide depends on a thriving economy and high quality of place,” said Terre Haute’s Bernice Helman, 2020 president of the Indiana Association of REALTORS®. “Here in Indiana, Governor Holcomb understands that and has been laser-focused on both throughout his first term. Governor Holcomb also understands that our affordable housing is a competitive strength and has been a steadfast ally of Realtors in protecting it.

“Now more than ever we need a steady leader,” continued Helman. “And Governor Holcomb is exactly that. He doesn’t get sidetracked. He is data-driven, positive and inclusive. The Indiana REALTORS® PAC is proud to endorse Governor Holcomb’s reelection and looks forward to the accomplishments of his second term.”

RPAC is the political arm of the Indiana Association of REALTORS®, a 19,000-member statewide trade association whose members are involved in virtually all aspects of the sale, purchase, exchange, and/or lease of real property in the state.

Governor Holcomb has worked to support a robust economy and real estate market across Indiana, with policies and achievements including:

  • Implementing the Back on Track Plan, a data-driven roadmap for safely getting Indiana’s economy reopened.
  • Attracting more than 100,000 new job commitments to Indiana since 2017, with an average wage of $28.60/hour in 2019.
  • Creating Next Level Roads, the nation’s only long-term, fully funded infrastructure program.
  • Launching Next Level Jobs, which has helped more than 10,000 Hoosiers earn a credential for a high-wage, in-demand job.
  • Providing grants to bring high-speed internet to unserved areas.
  • Signing a budget that includes funding to double-track the South Shore Line in Northwest Indiana.