Morales, Nieshalla, and Elliott all endorse Rokita for re-election

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Attorney General Todd Rokita is announcing significant support for his 2024 re-election

Rokita is announcing endorsements of Secretary of State Diego Morales, Comptroller Elise Nieshalla, and Treasurer Daniel Elliott for his re-election this year.

“I appreciate the support of these Indiana leaders as I seek re-election. They understand we must continue protecting Hoosiers and defending liberty, which is what I have done, and will continue to do, as Indiana’s Attorney General. Together, my colleagues and I represent the strongest line of defense against the woke madness invading our country at every turn and I look forward to our continued teamwork on behalf of all Hoosiers,” said Attorney General Todd Rokita.

Morales, Nieshalla, and Elliott all backed Rokita with messages of support.

“I strongly support our Attorney General Todd Rokita for re-election this year. Todd has been a long-time friend, and I am proud to call him a colleague. Todd has been an ally in the Statehouse and has backed our Secretary of State’s office in ensuring fair elections. There is no one more equipped to defend our election laws in court than Todd. We need strong leaders like Todd,” said Secretary of State Diego Morales.

“Attorney General Todd Rokita has earned my endorsement for reelection because he is laser-focused on: 1.) holding the federal government accountable to address lawlessness at the border, 2.) defending life and liberty, and 3.) upholding the rule of law to keep Hoosiers safe,” said State Comptroller Elise Nieshalla.

“I support Attorney General Todd Rokita. I have worked with Todd on behalf of our fellow Hoosiers. He has helped our Treasurer’s office fight the Left on hurtful, divisive corporate ESG practices. Todd also joined me in affirming 2nd Amendment principles. While serving as a Republican County Chairman I supported Todd and I support him now as our State Treasurer. We need to keep Todd Rokita as our Attorney General,” said State Treasurer Daniel Elliott.

The endorsements come as Todd’s campaign continues gaining momentum after previously announcing his campaign committee held more than $1 million cash-on-hand at the start of 2024.

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