Brad Beaver for State Representative
Brad Beaver, currently serving on the
Hamilton County Council, is running for the State Representative seat in District 29.
I have served on the Hamilton County
Council for 20 years. I have never missed a County Council meeting and
during my tenure I have never raised property taxes. Yet the Council has
still managed to accumulate a $50 million surplus. Hamilton County is one of
the most fiscally sound governmental entities in the State. While some
politicians may claim to be conservative – I have proven my commitment to
taxpayers over the last 20 years. I feel this record clearly sets me apart
from other candidates.
Indiana is the envy of the Midwest, in
large part because it has elected state representatives and senators who
have exercised fiscal restraint while making our State a beacon for economic
development. We must ensure that we send another proven conservative to the
Statehouse – one who will be a good steward of taxpayer money and pursue a
truly conservative agenda. I am confident that I am the candidate that is
most prepared to do this.
Beaver was born and raised in Noblesville,
graduating Noblesville High School in 1977. After college, he started his own
heating and cooling business. He is a fourth-generation small business owner in
Hamilton County. He has been married to his wife, Trini, for 28 years and has
three adult children.
During his 22 years on the County Council he has
served on various boards and committees including Hamilton County Plan
Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, County Solid Waste Board, Personnel
Committee and Finance Committee. Throughout the years he has been active
coaching basketball at the Noblesville Boys and Girls Club. He is a member of
White River Christian Church.
I have spent my entire life living and
working in District 29. I am eager to take that next step and serve as
Hamilton County’s Representative in the state house.