PAT MAKES HEADLINES

The media is paying attention to Pat’s people-powered campaign. From the New York Times to our local small-town newspapers, we are making headlines with our campaign of Dignity and Justice for All. See Pat in the news below.

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Pat Wins 2nd District Congressional Debate
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New York Times

Pat Hackett wants to protect the Supreme Court

“My concern is not that Judge Barrett is Catholic,” she said, going on to criticize what she called extreme originalism. “There’s a presumption of correctness or moral propriety,” she said. “There’s an effort to undermine the rich diversity of the American people.”

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South Bend Tribune

Pat speaks at South Bend Women's March

Hackett said Barrett’s “patriarchal perspective” and her judicial record and actions indicate her opposition to abortion rights, LGBTQ marriage rights and the Affordable Care Act.

“Let’s be clear,” Hackett said, “the fact that this is a woman being appointed to the Supreme Court doesn’t make a difference because the agenda is the same.”

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MARIE CLAIRE MAGAZINE

IN-02 is a race to "pay attention to"

“Time and time again, we are reminded that the only way to ensure we live in a democracy that works for all of us is to elect leaders that are truly interested in representing the people, and working towards a progressive future.”

Pat is that leader for IN02. Pat is bringing energy to so many across this district.

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LGBTQ Nation

Pat Hackett fights to make Indiana history

“I really believe in the theme of the (2018) campaign, dignity and justice for all, not just the few,” Hackett said. “I found that that resonated with the people in the district and I was encouraged to run again. As I’ve watched what has happened in our country and the role that Jackie Walorski has played in all of that. I've felt very compelled to run."

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The Advocate

Pat could become Indiana's first openly LGBTQ+ Congresswoman

“Pat’s victory sets up a general election battle between a solutions-oriented candidate aiming to unite her district in a time of crisis and an opponent who uses the politics of bigotry to further divide Americans.”

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Newsweek
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Pat Hackett condemns Attorney General Barr

"Meet @HackettCongress the only faculty member at @NDLaw to publicly condemn Attorney General Barr's dominionist rant last October. Now it's our turn to support Pat's bid for Congress!"

NBC News

Another 'Rainbow Wave' in Congress?

Pat Hackett of Indiana won her primary race for Congress and is vying to become the first openly gay member of Congress from the state. Hackett will face off in November against incumbent Republican Jackie Walorski, whose track record includes voting against LGBTQ protections.

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South Bend Tribune

Pat Hackett challenges Jackie Walorski

“I really believe in the theme of the (2018) campaign, dignity and justice for all, not just the few,” Hackett said. “I found that that resonated with the people in the district and I was encouraged to run again. As I’ve watched what has happened in our country and the role that Jackie Walorski has played in all of that. I've felt very compelled to run."

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ELKHART TRUTH

Hackett, Democrats seek to reclaim Dignity and Justice for All

“Jackie thinks freedom is all about doing whatever you want to do, and no one is going to tell Jackie Walorski what to do,” Hackett said. “Well, guess what, our founders and the roots of this district and the roots of this nation are so much better than that. Our founders knew and we know that our individual freedom is intimately connected with our responsibility and love for one another. That is who we are as Americans.”

“Values, and dignity and justice for all,” she said. “That’s what we’re going to reclaim on Election Day.”
Pat is that leader for IN02. Pat is bringing energy to so many across this district.

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