On Tuesday, June 2, I am voting for Curt Nisly for House Representative for District 22.
It’s my observation a House Representative can either represent the district to the Statehouse, or the Representative can represent the Statehouse to the district. Since his first term in 2015, Curt has represented us, District 22.
Nisly is a true leader. He proposed an end to Indiana abortion before other states joined the same movement. He was the first Republican to oppose the proposed 2016 Republican bathroom bill. Curt’s strategic work defeated that bill and kept men out of women’s bathrooms.
On March 16, Representative Nisly confronted the beginning of Governor Eric Holcomb’s lockdown. Nisly wasn’t opposed to social distancing or safety; he was opposed to Holcomb’s unconstitutional implementation. Nisly took heat for that stand and he has now been vindicated. Nisly has had a key role in the movement, which has now resulted in a phased-in opening of Indiana’s commerce.
Nisly has common sense. He understands a cure can be worse than the disease. He is concerned about the workforce of District 22. He realizes our ability to work and provide for our families impacts our health. Perhaps most importantly, Nisly believes constitutions are supposed to be followed. As a student of the U.S. Constitution and the Indiana Constitution, he filters his decisions through these documents.
I encourage District 22 voters to vote wisely. Vote Nisly.