Shocking News Rep. Jackie Walorski died in a car crash

Who is Jackie Walorski

Jacqueline R. Walorski  (August 17, 1963 – August 3, 2022) was an American politician and She remained Indiana’s 2nd congressional district representative from 2013 until her death, in 2022. She served as member of the Indiana House of Representatives, representing Indiana’s 21st district, from 2005 to 2010. In 2010, Walorski won the Republican nomination for Indiana’s 2nd congressional district, but narrowly lost the general election to Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly. Walorski won the seat in 2012 after Donnelly vacated it to run for the U.S. Senate. Walorski died in a car crash in Indiana on August 3, 2022.

She remained Indiana’s 2nd congressional district representative from 2013 until her death, in 2022, she served as member of the Indiana House of Representatives

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Early life, education and early career

Born in South Bend, Indiana, on August 17, 1963, Walorski grew up with her two older brothers in the city’s Gilmer Park. Martha C. her mother was a meat cutter at a local corner store, and her father, Raymond B. Walorski, was a firefighter and also has a appliance store. Her ancestors were Polish and German. In her early education he was gone to attend Hay Elementary School and she is a graduate of Riley High School in 1981. She then attended Liberty Baptist College from 1981 to 1983, and graduated from Taylor University, receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and public administration in 1985.

Elections

In 2004, Walorski ran for a seat in the Indiana House of Representatives after incumbent Republican State Representative Richard choosed to withdraw. She won in many elections, the representative defeated Carl H. Kaser with big difference. She advanced to Indiana’s 2nd District. In next elections she won with 53% votes. In 2008 she won again.

 

Jackie Walorski died in a car crash

Washington news – Jackie Walorski who is U.S. representative for Indiana, died in 2022, on Wednesday, she was killed in a car crash. The police personnel from Elkhart County says to the news people.

The three people in the car, got serious injuries, the car is hit with the another car. The Sheriff Jeff Siegel said, Jackie Walorski was travelling in a SUV to southbound, when accident happened. Walorski, her district director Zachery Potts, 27, and communications director Emma Thomson, 28 died at the spot. This take place just after 12:30 p.m

According to Siegel, the other car which is involved in the crash, the single individual was also pronounced dead at the location the officer said to news people. The investigation about the accident is underway, The Elkhart County Coroner’s Office is investigating about the mishap.

Nancy Pelosi speaking on car crash

At the White House, the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, ordered to fly the flags half-staff, on Wednesday and Thursday. Walorski was the representative of Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District, she also served three terms in the statehouse in 2012. She was the vertex Republican on the House Ethics Committee. Her husband Dean Swihart was informed about the accident, Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy confirmed Walorski’s death.

He said: She is returned to the lord, the almighty Jesus Christ.

Many big names tweeted on car crash

Indiana Sen. Mike Braun talking to reporters called Walorski a good friend, he said I got to know her, when I step into the politics, and added, “when it’s close to home, and you know the people, it’s tough to get through.” Her said I have spent a lot of time with Jackie. Prayers came from the elected officials, from both sides of the aisle.

President Biden said “In the past we may have stand for different parties and contradict on many issues, Walorski “spent a lifetime serving the community, she will be remembered for her work”

Rep. Kevin Brady, the top Republican on the Ways and Means panel, said the congresswoman was “the ‘happy Hoosier’ who would light up a room with her joy, passion, brilliance and love of life.”

“There is nothing [Walorski] couldn’t do,” he tweeted.

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