Congressional Candidate Randy Niemeyer Condemns Democrats’ Lavish Spending on China-Centric Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

January 26, 2024

For Immediate Release
January 26, 2024
Contact: Kyle Walsh
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Cedar Lake– Earlier this month, Rep. Frank Mrvan (IN-01) voted against putting Americans first in electric vehicle charging station purchases, and today President Biden vetoed the bill. Randy Niemeyer, Republican Candidate in Indiana’s First District issued the following statement:

“Yet again politicians in Washington are placing China’s interest above our own. Joe Biden and Frank Mrvan want to spend $5 billion of taxpayer money to build electric vehicle charging stations and are willing to give your dollars to China to do it. If we are going to invest in EV charging stations, we need an approach that protects American jobs and safeguards taxpayer money from benefitting foreign competitors.”


Randy Niemeyer, is a member of the Lake County Council, elected in 2022, after having served as President of the Cedar Lake Town Council. Under Randy’s watch, Cedar Lake was able to turn itself around financially, while expanding its police force, conducting major upgrades to roads, utilities, sewers, and parks, while establishing a municipal fire department. He is a lifelong resident of Northwest Indiana, and has lived in Cedar Lake most of his life, having raised two children there with his wife of twenty-one years. He is the fourth generation of his family in trucking, as the owner of Niemeyer Milk Transfer, where he started working at 18 years old, right after graduating from Hanover Central High School.

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