Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN


November 1, 2012

2012 Candidate profiles


Judge Smith serves as trustee for the Hendricks County Pro Bono Program which assists qualified individuals with access to lawyers. He also serves on the Probation Committee for the Judicial Conference of Indiana. In 2011, Judge Smith was appointed to the Committee on Character and Fitness for admission to the Bar of Indiana by the Indiana Supreme Court.

In addition, Judge Smith graduated in 2010 from the Indiana Judicial College after completing 120 hours of judicial college courses. Judge Smith is a member of the Plainfield Optimist Club. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, American Judicature Society, the Indiana Bar Association, and the Hendricks County Bar Association.

He and his wife have two children and they live in Plainfield. They are members of the Plainfield Christian Church. In the past, Judge Smith was active in coaching youth sports including basketball, baseball, softball, football, and soccer. Judge Smith enjoys going to schools to teach students about law and the courts. He also volunteers for the 21st Century Scholars program.



Stephanie LeMay-Luken - R

Unopposed. No response.



Debbie Hoskins - R

Unopposed. No response.



Cinda Kattau - R

Unopposed. No response.



Nancy L. Marsh - R


Nancy L. Marsh is seeking re-election to the Hendricks County Treasurer’s position.

The Ttreasurer is the custodian of all money belonging to the county. The treasurer is the financial officer of the county and as such is vested with the authority and is charged with the duty of collecting all taxes and assessments which are due and payable to the county, pursuant to statute.

Responsibilities include managing and investing county funds; receipting over 100,000 tax payments; receipting excise, wheel and sur tax; balancing all checking, savings, and investment accounts; partnering with the auditor’s office with the tax sale process; balancing monthly with the auditor all funds; processing all bankruptcy claims; billing semi-annual reconstructions; Alcoholic Beverage Commission tax clearance; mobile home moving/transfer permits; and more.

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