Rep. Abbott: Local grad gains experience at the Statehouse

Rep. Abbott: Local grad gains experience at the Statehouse

Posted by: Adam Kern  | Wednesday, March 13, 2019

STATEHOUSE (March 13, 2019) — An East Noble High School graduate is gaining experience as an intern with State Rep. David Abbott (R-Rome City) and his fellow members of the House of Representatives during the 2019 legislative session.

Chloee Kline, a resident of Kendallville, is the daughter of Brandy Kline. She is a junior at Purdue University and is working toward a bachelor’s degree in professional writing, with a minor in both communications and history.

As an intern in the House Majority Communications Office, Kline helps write press releases, create legislative handouts and assist with media relations.

“An internship at the Statehouse is a unique experience for young Hoosiers,” Abbott said. “Interns like Chloee learn valuable skills and their hard work keeps everything moving more smoothly. I encourage students in our district to apply for this opportunity to gain a better understanding of state government.”

Each year, the House of Representatives offers paid internship opportunities to college students, law-school students, graduate students and recent college graduates for the duration of the legislative session.

“The experience I’ve gained working in the communications department with the Indiana House of Representatives has prepared me for the next step in my career,” Kline said. “I am thankful that I had the opportunity to continue my education in such an impactful way.”

Visit for more information about the House Republican internship program.


State Rep. David Abbott represents House District 82, which includes all of Noble County 
and portions of Allen, Elkhart, LaGrange and Whitley counties.


GAINING EXPERIENCE: Kendallville resident Chloee Kline (right) joins State Rep. David Abbott (R-Rome City) (left) in the House Chamber located at the Indiana Statehouse. Kline is interning with the House of Representatives throughout the 2019 legislative session.