FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Curtis Hill, Republican nominee for Attorney General of Indiana, received the endorsement of the Indiana Right to Life PAC and the Allen County Right to Life PAC at an event held this afternoon in Fort Wayne.  

In his endorsement, Mike Fitcher, Chairman, Indiana Right to Life PAC, stated, “I am pleased to inform you that Indiana Right to Life PAC is officially endorsing your candidacy for Indiana Attorney General. Our endorsement is based on a variety of factors including your completed candidate survey and strong support for life. ...Thank you for your support for the sanctity of life, and please accept my best wishes for a successful campaign.”

Cathie Humbarger, Communications Director with the Allen County Right to Life PAC, emphasized their confidence in Hill. “We enthusiastically support Curtis Hill for Indiana Attorney General. Hill understands the important role the Attorney General’s Office plays in protecting women’s health and safety. We are confident he will enforce the laws so that abortion doctors know if they operate in the State of Indiana, they must abide by Indiana’s rules. Abortion doctors will not get a free pass under Attorney General Hill.” Humbarger also serves as Vice President of Policy Enforcement for Indiana Right to Life.

In accepting these endorsements, Hill affirmed his commitment to the Right to Life mission. “I strongly support their mission to protect the right to life, especially of unborn children, through positive education, compassionate advocacy, and the promotion of healthy alternatives to abortion. As your Attorney General, I will always be committed to these causes and will strongly support their pro-family priorities.”

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.