Randy Niemeyer Addresses El Paso Border Surge, Points to Mrvan’s Voting Record on Immigration

April 4, 2024

For Immediate Release
April 4, 2024
Contact: Kyle Walsh
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Cedar Lake – After a recent border stampede incident in El Paso where a riot of illegal migrants tore down razor wire along the Rio Grande and rushed the border, an El Paso judge ordered their release. Today, Randy Niemeyer, Lake County Councilman and Republican Congressional candidate for Indiana’s First District expressed disappointment over the decision and criticized the role Rep. Frank Mrvan’s votes against securing our border have played in creating this instability:

“This lawlessness has got to stop. The instability we are seeing in El Paso is a direct result of Frank Mrvan’s repeated failure to prioritize border security. His reckless votes combined with Biden’s Open Border policy have turned every state into a border state, encouraged illegal immigration, overwhelmed our Border Patrol Agents, and are putting American lives at risk. Northwest Indiana deserves a leader who fights to protect our communities, not someone who plays politics with our safety,” stated Niemeyer.