SENATORS DELPH, KENLEY AND BUCK ENDORSE WAYNE SEYBOLD FOR FIFTH DISTRICT CONGRESS WITH FIVE OTHER LEGISLATORS
MARION, Ind. – In a special off-session press conference held at the Noblesville City Hall this afternoon, Senator Mike Delph, Senator Luke Kenley and Senator Jim Buck endorsed Marion Mayor Wayne Seybold for Indiana’s Fifth District Congressional Seat.
The endorsement was also signed by Senator Jim Banks, Senator Travis Holdman, Representative Eric Turner, Representative Mike Karickhoff and Representative Kevin Mahan.
Seybold, who’s currently serving his third term as Mayor of Marion, acknowledges the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. “I greatly appreciate the support of this outstanding group of state legislators,” Seybold said. “Working together, with strong conservative principles and our desire to do what’s right for Hoosiers, we will create jobs and promote strong economic development in the Fifth District and across Indiana.” Seybold grew up in Marion and lives there today with his wife and three sons. He’s been an Olympic athlete, businessman, public servant and proven leader. He’s also served as the President of the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns, Metropolitan Mayor’s Association and Indiana Mayor’s Association, as well as on the Community and Economic Development Committee of the National League of Cities and the Board of the World Skating Association. Seybold is a two-time Sagamore of the Wabash recipient.