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Indiana Farm Bureau-Endorsed candidates win big

Indiana Farm Bureau-Endorsed candidates win big

By Andi Anderson

In the May 7 primary election, 19 out of 21 candidates endorsed by the Indiana Farm Bureau AgELECT, the organization's state-level, nonpartisan political action committee, emerged victorious. These successful candidates are poised to support agriculture and the future of Indiana’s rural communities in the upcoming general election on November 5.

The victorious INFB AgELECT-endorsed candidates include:

  • Senate District 7: Brian Buchanan (R)
  • Senate District 24: Brett Clark (R)
  • Senate District 37: Rod Bray (R)
  • House District 24: Hunter Smith (R)
  • House District 28: Jeff Thompson (R)
  • House District 32: Victoria Garcia Wilburn (D)
  • House District 33: John (J.D.) Prescott (R)
  • House District 39: Danny Lopez (R)
  • House District 40: Greg Steuerwald (R)
  • House District 41: Mark Genda (R)
  • House District 44: Beau Baird (R)
  • House District 51: Tony Isa (R)
  • House District 52: Ben Smaltz (R)
  • House District 63: Shane Lindauer (R)
  • House District 66: Zach Payne (R)
  • House District 67: Alex Zimmerman (R)
  • House District 71: Rita A. Fleming (D)
  • House District 77: Alex Burton (D)
  • House District 97: Justin Moed (D)

As the state's largest general farm organization, the Indiana Farm Bureau (INFB) has been dedicated to protecting and enhancing the future of agriculture and rural communities for over 100 years. The INFB's efforts now pivot to the general election, aiming to ensure the election of candidates who are committed to advancing the interests of Indiana’s agricultural sector.

For more information about the Indiana Farm Bureau and its initiatives, visit

Photo Credit: Indiana Farm Bureau

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