From today's IBJ.com, "John Mutz is one of the most prominent Republicans in the state of Indiana. He was lieutenant governor under Gov. Robert Orr from 1980-1988, and he served in the Legislature for 13 years before that. In his 40 additional years as a corporate CEO, entrepreneur and civic leader, Mutz has never voted for a Democrat for president. But he says that he cannot in good conscience vote for President Trump in November. This is not a repudiation of Republican ideals, he says, but rather the result of a harsh evaluation of the president himself. Mutz argues in IBJ’s print edition today that Trump is a threat to our democratic republic form of government and could push the country toward authoritarianism. With his op-ed column, Mutz becomes the most prominent Indiana Republican to publicly rebuke Trump."