Senate GOP Leader David Long says if Young’s signature count is short, it would be, in his words, “one of the most colossal mistakes” he’s ever seen.
Senate candidates need 500 signatures from registered voters in each congressional district in order to appear on the primary ballot.
Todd Young is two signatures short of getting on the primary ballot for Senate, at least according to the Indiana Democratic Party.
The representative’s visit comes as he vies for a seat in the U.S. Senate.
The state's entire Republican congressional delegation is voting or leaning no, while two of the state's three Democrats remain undecided.
Indiana's 9th District seat for the U.S. House of Representatives is open as Rep. Todd Young makes a run for the seat Sen. Dan Coats is vacating.
Rep. Todd Young is focusing on his experience as a Marine and a Congressman as reasons why he is qualified for Senate.
Sen. Dan Coats' seat is up for grabs after he announced earlier this year he is retiring.
Sen. Dan Coats' is retiring in 2016, prompting several candidates to seek his seat.
Congressman Todd Young is the third Republican to enter the race for Sen. Dan Coats' seat.