Blinn looks forward to working to shift the focus of the General Assembly back to solving the real problems our state faces, instead of answering wish lists from out-of-state interest groups like ALEC. He says heÕs a skeptic by nature and by training, and this community can rest assured that he will work hard to understand both sides of difficult issues, ask the hard questions, and take sides based on evidence, not slogans.
Blinn is a graduate of the IU School of Law in Bloomington, and he practices law in Indianapolis.
He lives in Plainfield with his wife Mandy and their two little boys.
Caleb Brown is seeking an at-large seat on the Hendricks County Council.
Brown was born and raised in Hendricks County. He received his bachelor degree in business administration from Indiana University Kelley School of Business in 2005. He has been working in the construction materials industry ever since, and currently is an account and credit manager for U.S. Aggregates INC.
He lives in Brownsburg with his wife Heather and their three children.
Brown believes that the fiscal responsibility of the county is of utmost importance and should be treated with great regard. He believes in working together with the commissioners, councilmen, and the people to make the best fiscal decisions for the county.
He believes that he can provide the proper leadership to make tough decisions in regard to infrastructure, economic growth, and business development.
Most importantly, Brown will listen to the publicÕs needs and goals, and do the absolute best to achieve them.
For more information, visit the website at www.calebbrownforcouncil.com.
Democrat John E. (Sam) Follis II is a candidate for the office of State Representative for District 40. His intent is to bring the voice of the people back into the legislative process. Follis understands the frustration so many feel when their voice seems to fall on deaf ears.