Hendricks County Democrats


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Joe Donnelly

United States Senate

As a husband, father, and former small business owner, I understand what it means to be a Hoosier: a commitment to family, faith and hard work. I’ve traveled across Indiana, talking to families, workers and small businesses, and I’ve reached across the aisle to fight for their concerns every day. I’ve worked hard to maintain my connection to the state and listen to Hoosiers’ concerns.

In the Senate, I serve on the Armed Services, Agriculture, Aging, and Banking Committees. I’ve made supporting the mental health of our armed service members and veterans one of my highest priorities in Washington. I am also dedicated to strengthening Indiana manufacturing and fighting the scourge of opioid abuse. I will continue fighting for Hoosiers, finding bipartisan solutions that focus on what matters most to them: finding and keeping good-paying jobs, taking care of their families, and retiring with dignity and health.


Toby Beck

Tobi Beck

United States Congress, District 4

I am a combat veteran, foster mom, and experienced security and tech professional. As a proud Hoosier for over a dozen years, I’ve made my home alongside my husband in Avon. When I joined the Army, I took an oath to protect and serve the country that I love. I am running for office as an extension of that oath. I understand that it’s time for a new voice in Washington D.C., focused on lifting up our working families and growing our middle class, standing up for our veterans, and ensuring fairness for all by protecting everyone’s rights.
As a dedicated community leader and Hoosier, I have worked tirelessly to improve the district by giving back to my community - bringing millions of dollars in to local businesses through community service. As a parent and wife, I know that working and middle-class families need a champion. As a veteran, I understand first-hand that protecting our rights and freedoms is critical.



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Jim Harper 
Indiana Secretary of State

After receiving my law degree from Georgetown University and completing a federal judicial clerkship in Indianapolis, I now practice law in Porter County. I am running for Secretary of State to make our election system more fair by removing barriers to the ballot and working to end extreme partisan gerrymandering in Indiana.


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Joselyn Whitticker 
Indiana State Auditor

I am a former educator with 35 years of experience as a teacher and administrator. I believe that every Hoosier deserves a seat at the table. Some communities are feeling invisible and taken for granted. I intend to make my campaign about empowering those communities by engaging Hoosiers across the state on the issues.


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John Aguilera 
Indiana State Treasurer

I am a US Army Veteran and served four terms as an Indiana State Representative. I will bring a systems and financial background that emphasizes transparency, inclusion and diversity in overseeing the numerous boards and funds that the State Treasurer has responsibility for as one of the five constitutional offices of the State of Indiana.


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Harlan Vondersaar 
Indiana State Representative, District 28


I am running because I believe we need more young voices in our Statehouse and to ensure that all Hoosiers’ voices are heard and represented. I support a strong public education system, protecting Hoosier workers, and equal opportunities for all. I am a native of Hendricks County and live in Whitestown, IN. I have a B.A. from Indiana University, JD from Ohio Northern University, and MBA from Butler University.


MeChelle Callen 

MeChelle Callen 
Indiana State Representative, District 40 

I am an experienced Human Resources and Workforce Development Executive with 30 years of business experience. I hold a BS from BSU and an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan. My husband,Todd, and I are longtime Hendricks County residents and we have raised our two children in the Avon community. I believe, “We ALL Deserve a Seat at theTable.”



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Kevin Leineweber 
Indiana State Representative, District 91

I have a strong commitment to making a positive impact on the future of education, energy, the environment and other Hoosier issues in the State of Indiana. I believe that cooperation is better than conflict, unity is better than division, empowerment is better than resentment, and bridges are better than walls.



Steve Beck 

Steve Beck 
County Assessor

Integrity. Compassion. Leadership. Your elected officials owe you this.

I pledge to work on: The backlog of assessment disputes,creating an online status for your claims and disputes, and enter into service agreements so you know what our office will be doing for you and by when.


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James Rowings 
County Commissioner, District 1

Lifelong Hoosier. I want to give people a voice in their government with a seat at the table instead of the long time one party rule. I’m an attorney and college instructor and would bring those experiences of representing and educating others to the role of county commissioner.

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Stan Albaugh 
County Council, District 1

I am a retired U.S. Air Force Colonel with over 30 years active duty service and have a Master’s Degree in Business. I’ve been married to Brenda Wolven Albaugh for 36 years and we have five grown children and ten grandchildren.


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John Futrell 
County Council, District 2

I am ready, willing and able to serve as your new County Council for District 2. I have served this Country with honors and look forward to being a voice for a county that’s lacks a diversified voice. I thank you all in advance for your support and vote.

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Bruce Canal 
County Council, District 4

Retired from the Indiana State Police, my career continues in school and corporate security, protecting people and students. It is time to make positive changes in our community. It is time to move our community in a direction focused on people, our rights and freedoms for all.