U.S. Senator Richard Lugar today says despite charges to the contrary, he is a resident of Indiana and meets all the requirements to be on the ballot for the May 8 primary.
Lugar made his comments to the media shortly before speaking to hundreds of Republicans at the 22nd Annual Lugar in Excellence in Public Service Luncheon.
Lugar said he meets the residency requirements to be on the ballot, although he and his wife keep a home in Virginia. He also reiterated that he made sure he would be able to be on the ballot legally before he and his wife purchased the home.
You can hear Lugar’s entire comments below. Each segment runs approximately 8 minutes.
The Senator also comments on the current U.S. Senate race as well as the Republican Presidential Primary.