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Governor Eric Holcomb and Other Indiana Politicians React to Sunday Texas Shooting

President Trump said he was monitoring the situation from Asia. Here's what other Indiana lawmakers said

Governor Eric Holcomb says flags should be flown at half-staff until sunset on Thursday November 9th to honor the victims of the Texas church shooting.  

 

Luke Messer from Indiana's 6th District: 

"Continuing to pray for all the victims and their families."

 

 

Todd Young from Indiana's 9th District 

"Heartbroken by the news out of Sutherland Springs, Texas. Praying for the victims and their families."  

 

Andre Carson from Indiana's 7th District 

"Tragic news coming out of  #SutherlandSprings. I’m praying for all the victims. This cannot be our new normal- Congress must act."

 

And Todd Rokita from Indiana's 4th District 

"I am praying for all of the victims of the shooting in Texas today and for the first responders." 

 

 

 

 

 

(PHOTO: Governor Holcomb_Getty_Scott Olson)

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