ELKHART, Ind. – Curtis Hill, Republican nominee for Attorney General of Indiana, released his first TV ad today, titled “Priorities.” The ad will run in multiple media markets across Indiana on broadcast and cable networks.
In the ad, Hill describes his priorities for the Attorney General’s office, saying, “I’ll stand for freedom, fighting Washington’s overreach. I’ll fight for Hoosier families, keeping them safe from violent crime and drugs. I’ll target those who prey on women and children through human trafficking. Our kids are the best hope for Indiana’s future – let’s inspire them.”
During his four terms as Elkhart County Prosecutor, Hill has transformed the office from a parttime office to a full-time law enforcement operation. He has the experience necessary and the courage to lead as Attorney General for the state of Indiana. Hill has worked with prosecutors and other law enforcement officers around the state as the former president of the Association of Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys, and with leaders from around the nation as a member of the Advisory Board for the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services Division. He has been endorsed by the Indiana Fraternal Order of Police, the Indiana State Police Alliance, and Indiana Right to Life.
Curtis Hill has served as Prosecuting Attorney for Elkhart County since 2003. He received his B.S. degree in Marketing from Indiana University, and his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from the Indiana University School of Law. Hill maintains a very active role in local, state and national organizations. He and his wife, Teresa, have five children.