BREAKING: Zay Cowers from Debates with Snyder

BREAKING: Zay Cowers from Debates with Snyder

Huntington, IN- Gary Snyder, Democratic candidate for Indiana State Senate District 17, has been working to hear the issues important to the people of District 17. During his time campaigning, he has had several voters inquire about a debate between himself and Andy Zay. To address the needs of voters, Gary sent a correspondence to Senator Zay inviting him to a series of debates four debates, throughout the 17th district.  At the time of this release the Snyder campaign has received no response.
“While this is disappointing, it is not unexpected for Zay to hear the desires of the voters he was appointed to represent,” said Snyder. “I still hope to hear from Zay. A debate gives Hoosiers in District 17 the chance to hear from both of us and learn where we both stand on the issues important to this community.” added Snyder.
Correspondence to appointed Senator Zay:
Senator Zay,

As the Democratic nominee for Indiana’s 17th Senate District, I have had the pleasure of meeting and speaking with several people from around the district, your constituents. As the election draws near, people are eager to learn where we stand on policies and our views on how to best represent district 17 in the statehouse. As I knock on doors and make calls I consistently hear two questions: “Gary, do you believe racism is real?” and “Will there be a debate?”

I’m writing to extend the invitation to join me in a series of debates around the district, ideally four debates, one in each county. I believe our fellow Hoosiers deserve the opportunity to hear from us in order to make an informed decision this November. If you accept, please respond at your earliest convenience so we may determine a schedule and terms agreeable to both campaigns.

Sincerely

Gary Snyder
Democratic nominee for Indiana State Senate District 17

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