President Donald Trump is expected to visit IN next week to champion his tax reform agenda.
The political party tweeted out the announcement Tuesday.
"It's a long trip back to Washington", Shine said.
The trip would be the president's third trip out of Washington to talk about tax cuts after events in North Dakota and Missouri.
It's not clear when the president will travel to Indiana.
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Senator Donnelly told us he does not feel pressure from the president to support the plan. "The challenge I have to work through is the senate schedule because I believe he'll be there at the same time that we are here".
Allen County Republican Party Chairman Steve Shine said law enforcement in several in cities - including Fort Wayne - have been notified of a possible presidential visit.
The last time Trump visited IN was for the Carrier announcement back IN December.
For republicans in the Hoosier state like Floyd County GOP Chair Shawn Carruthers, any place or time Trump comes to town is good.
He also visited a few times before the November election, as he and other Republican presidential candidates were vying for the IN primary IN May.