JayÕs goal is to evaluate needs from wants and managing the finances of the county like he does at home.
ÒPriorities must be established and you spend within your means,Ó he said.
Jay is a cum laude graduate of Ball State University and is also a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Madison Graduate School of Banking. He is employed as a vice president of commercial lending at State Bank of Lizton.
He is actively involved in Brownsburg, where he attends Church @ Main and serves on the elder board, coaches youth sports, is a Brownsburg Rotary Interact sponsor for Brownsburg High School, and also is a licensed IHSAA football official.
Jay resides in Brownsburg with his wife of 25 years, Kristine, and their children Jayson and Kayla.
COUNTY COUNCIL MEMBER (Distrct 3)
Bradley Scott Whicker Ñ R
Brad Whicker is a resident of Plainfield.
COUNTY COUNCIL MEMBER (District 4)
Myron C. Anderson Ñ R
Myron Anderson is a resident of Danville.
BROWN TWP. TRUSTEE
Troy L. Wymer Ñ R
Troy Wymer has lived in Brownsburg for nearly 10 years.
ÒI consider it an honor to be on the ballot in May and cherish the opportunity to exercise my freedom as an American to seek elected office. The local government issues the governor has been preaching about currently and for the past few years are not unknown to Brown Township,Ó Wymer said. ÒBrown Township property taxpayers are punished with one of the highest total tax rates for a township in Hendricks County. Too few acres of park land are available for residents to enjoy with their families and most residents feel left out of the planning process in the Brownsburg community.
ÒI feel I bring new ideas to the office while having the eagerness and public safety experience to lead the township in a new and better direction. I am a conservative Republican dedicated to wringing efficiencies from budgets while providing more services more wisely. I believe that government reform is more than just a catch phrase. I am in favor of local government reform designed to save taxpayers money and know it can be done while providing more bang for the taxpayerÕs dollar.Ó