INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Republican Senate candidate Marlin Stutzman is
ridiculing his Indiana primary opponent, accusing fellow congressman Todd
Young of failing to meet ballot requirements.
campaign said Wednesday that Young was too busy "raising money from
corporate interests" to "connect with voters."
campaign's comments come after Democrats filed a formal complaint with the
state Election Division against Young.
Young is two shy of the required number of petition signatures in
northwestern Indiana's 1st Congressional District. State law requires
Senate candidates to submit signatures of 500 registered voters from each
of Indiana's nine congressional districts to qualify for the May primary
Stutzman are seeking the Republican nomination to succeed retiring U.S.
Sen. Dan Coats