The nationwide senior advocacy group, 60 Plus Association, announced this week that Marlin Stutzman has won the Association’s Honorary Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award. The Honorary Award is given to those running for office and is based on their views on seniors’ issues.
Pat Boone, legendary country music entertainer and spokesman for the Association shared, “Marlin Stutzman will be a tax cutter, protecting the pocket books of senior citizens. 60 Plus calls on nearly 5.5 million seniors nationally for support, so I believe I can speak on behalf of seniors when I say that they can count on Marlin Stutzman. Clearly, seniors will have no finer friend in Congress than Marlin Stutzman.”
Boone labeled Stutzman a “fighter for the elderly,” adding, “Marlin Stutzman can always be counted on to protect Social Security and Medicare.” Marlin’s strong convictions to lower energy costs, supporting a full-repeal of the estate tax, and returning America to its Constitutional foundations also played a significant role in earning the Honorary Guardian Award. Marlin is the only candidate in the race for Indiana’s 3rd Congressional District to support a full-repeal of the harmful estate tax.
The 60 Plus Association is an 18-year-old nonpartisan organization working for death tax repeal, saving Social Security, affordable prescription drugs, lowering energy costs and other issues featuring a less government, less taxes approach as well as a strict adherence to the Constitution.