INDIANAPOLIS – Carlos May, candidate for U.S. Congress in Indiana’s Seventh District,
has solidified his campaign structure for the November 2012 election and continues to
gain national attention.
|Congressional Candidate Carlos May |
with Mitt Romney
May’s national profile continues to become more prominent, as well. On August 4, he attended a private fundraiser for presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Evansville, Indiana. During that event, May spent time with Romney, as well as with other statewide and national candidates. He also spoke with former Vice President Dan Quayle about the need for strength and diversity in the Republican Party.
Carlos May is the son of an Army Veteran and a graduate of Wabash College and the Thomas Jefferson School of Law. He served Indianapolis as the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Latino Affairs and a member of the Mayor’s Cabinet. He actively participates in the Helping One Student to Succeed (HOSTS) reading program and on the Board of Directors of The Boy Scouts of America. Previously, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the Beacon of Hope Center for Women. Additional information can be found at www.CarlosMay2012.com.