During her tenure as prosecuting attorney, Baldwin has served on the boards of Cummins Mental Health, Youth as Resources of Hendricks County, and Catholic Social Services of the Archdioceses of Indianapolis. Other volunteer activities have included 4-H, Girl Scouts, being president of the Band and Guard Boosters at Danville Community High School, and many areas of service at her church, Mary, Queen of Peace. She has also been a guest lecturer at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
She has four children with her husband of 34 years, Jeffrey K. Baldwin. Their family has grown to include a daughter-in-law, son-in-law, and two grandchildren.
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I am a lifelong resident of Hendricks County. I have been married to my wife, Sandy, for 39 years and we have two adult sons, Chad and Corey.
I graduated from Plainfield High School, obtained a B.S. from Indiana University, and a J.D. from Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis. I have worked as a real estate broker, real estate developer, real estate appraiser, and attorney at law. I served as Hendricks County deputy prosecuting attorney from 1971-81, worked for Hendricks County Bank and Trust Company, served on the Hendricks County Council, and am currently serving as Hendricks County recorder.
I am a member of Plainfield Friends Meeting, Indiana State Bar Association, Hendricks County Bar Association, and Guilford Township Civic Association, as well as a trustee for Plainfield Elks Lodge No. 2186 and a board member of Friends Apartment Homes.
It is my goal to be a full-time elected county official in this important office and to bring to that office my lifelong experience as a Hendricks County businessman. Having experience as an attorney, Realtor, and real estate developer, I have the credentials necessary to serve in this office efficiently and effectively.