Jack Jordan, teaches in the school of business and economics at Indiana University South Bend. He has a background in business, health care and international economics. He’s also a member of the Bremen school board.
Jordan will work to build effective coalitions. In that sense, he’s reminiscent of U.S. Rep. Mark Souder, R-3rd.
While he and Walorski hold similar views on the economy and health care, Jordan is intelligent and thoughtful. A flame burns inside him. He understands the urgency of the moment, but unlike Walorski, he doesn’t allow his emotions to overtake him.
That makes Jordan a potential power broker in Washington — a power broker on behalf of the people who live and work in the 2nd District.
So, for that reason, we endorse Jack Jordan in Tuesday’s Republican primary.