INDIANAPOLIS (March 20, 2016) - It's the dilemma facing every Republican on the ballot this year.
If Donald Trump is the GOP nominee, will they embrace his candidacy or disavow him altogether?
On this week's edition of IN Focus, that question is presented to Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN), who says she plans on supporting the eventual GOP nominee.
"Certainly I think Donald Trump is bringing out a lot of voters, people who've not come to the polls for a long time," said Brooks. "I've complained for quite some time that we've had very low voter turnout in Indiana for the last few election cycles. So I think we're going to see unprecedented turnout. I think it's exciting (and) I think we need to listen to the voters, but I’m going to support whoever the Republican nominee is coming out of the convention."
See more of our interview with Brooks in the video above, as she addresses the controversy over Trump's candidacy and also discusses her efforts in the fight against heroin and opioid abuse in Indiana.