Republican Indiana Rep. Christy Stutzman announced Tuesday that she is resigning from her seat only three weeks after winning reelection, according to The Washington Times.
Stutzman wrote in a statement that she would be stepping down from the Indiana House seat effective December 14th, according to The Washington Times. Her decision to resign was due to difficulties maintaining her business with COVID-19 restrictions, reported ABC.
As the co-owner of a newly acquired business at the beginning of 2020, this year has been extremely difficult. We have lost key partners and staff and have been devastated by the mandatory restrictions put in place by the Governor and health departments…
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