Thursday, June 26, 2008

Jud McMillin- Candidate for State Rep- District 68

Jud McMillin Announces Candidacy—Better Jobs Are His Top Priority

June 26, 2008 – Local attorney, Jud McMillin, announced his candidacy today for State Representative in House District 68.

Born and raised in Brookville, McMillin understands the values that are important to the people in his community. “All too often positions of representation are held by those who aspire to be politicians, which does not serve the public interest,” said McMillin. “I have a deep desire to be a public servant rather than a politician, and I believe being a state representative provides the opportunity to do just that.”

“I have spent the majority of my life in Southern Indiana and I know what expectations the community has on their state legislators. And needless-to-say, what they want done in Indianapolis is not what they are getting,” said McMillin.

McMillin graduated from Franklin County High School, where he excelled as both a student and an athlete. After graduation, he went to the University of Cincinnati and earned his law degree from University of Mississippi. When McMillin is not working to help local folks at his family law practice, Mullin, McMillin and Rychener, he continues to play a role in local high school sports, coaching a baseball and football teams.

“My main objective will be to focus on creating a government that works for the people, rather than a government that the people work for,” said McMillin. “I want to work to bring better paying jobs closer to the people of our area to help the unemployed and the underemployed and reduce the distance people have to travel to get to a decent job.”

McMillin believes that we waste too much time and money in Indianapolis, and he wants to fight to bring change to the State House. He knows if we want to make a difference, we need to change our vote.

Submitted by:
Kent M. Martin
Political Coordinator
Indiana House Republican Campaign Committee
47 S. Meridian St
Indianapolis, IN 46204


Robert Bissett said...

Will he havce enough sense to distance himself from Hughes and Fox?

Sodrel paid the price two years ago, don't think he learned anything

Voice of Reason said...

So now Sodrel's loss is Hughes and Fox's fault too? What about the falling value of the dollar, the rising price of oil and global warming? They must truly be two powerful men.

politicalpolly said...

It may be partly their fault- and their handlers. Sodrel lost a Republican stronghold, because the local party shifted gears and backed a Democrat for commissioner- including their party chairman having a Democrat bumper sticker.
I am willing to bet this crossover to Hillary strategy is backfiring too.
Maybe people don't value the two party system anymore.