Kyle Hupfer, chairman of the Indiana Republican Party and campaign manager for the historic reelection effort of Governor Eric Holcomb, announced today that traditional celebratory events related to the swearing-in of the governor will be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Information regarding the legal swearing-in of Governor Holcomb into his second term will be released by the governor’s official office at a later date.
“While we’d love to celebrate our historic victories together to usher in the second term of Governor Holcomb, the time just isn’t right to do so. It remains our full intent to appropriately celebrate the governor’s reelection with the entire team that made it possible when circumstances allow. We’ll update our supporters later as to when that might occur,” said Hupfer.
Hoosiers historically endorsed Governor Holcomb’s leadership and overwhelmingly voted the Holcomb-Crouch ticket into a second term. Governor Holcomb received the most votes for governor in the history of the state and his margin of victory was among the widest ever recorded.