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Michigan City, LaPorte County, Indiana 46361

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Senator Joe Donnelly, Sr.
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Senator Todd Young
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Representative Pete Visclosky
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Representative Scott Pelath
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Senator Karen Tallian
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Ron Meer
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Tim Bietry
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Allan Whitlow
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