BRADY HALL ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR STATE SENATE DISTRICT 49
Promises A Campaign Focused On Halting Heroin And Investing In Manufacturing Education.
Brady Hall, a Republican and resident of Evansville will formally announce his candidacy for State Senate District 49 on April 22nd at 4pm among press, supporters, friends, and family members. Hall will give a brief overview of his platform, then head to Guns and Hoses. For additional details call or text at 812-463-2673, or by messaging the “Hoosiers for Hall” Facebook page at Facebook.com/HoosiersforHall.
“Halting the growing heroin epidemic, and revamping our manufacturing base requires decisive legislative action. Both are imperative to the future of Southern Indiana, and will be my top priorities as a State Senator.” Hall said, regarding his decision to run.
Born and raised on the west side of Evansville, Hall graduated from F.J. Reitz High School, and graduated from the University of Evansville, with a degree in Business Administration and Finance focus. Hall was an NCAA Division I Cross Country athlete during his time at UE. Hall worked at Hilliard Lyons for 3 years, and recently joined an independent, local firm, named Wealthtrends Advisors. Hall is also currently an Ultimate Fit athlete.
Hall is passionate about local organizations and community causes. He was appointed to the Mesker Park Zoo and Botanic Garden Advisory Board, is the Co-Chair of the Evansville Police Department Foundation 2017 SWAT Challenge, serves as the Chair of the Finance Committee & Treasurer for the Evansville-Area Trails Coalition, is on the Steering Committee for the Habitat of Humanity of Evansville “Millennial Build”, Speaker Chair & Board Member of the Rotaract Club of Evansville, and a Board Member & Treasurer of HOLA. He is also on the Executive Committee and Recruitment Chair for the Young Professionals Alliance of the Southwest Indiana Chamber of Commerce, and involved with Young Leaders United of the United Way of Southwestern Indiana.
“We are lucky to have many generous organizations and people in Southern Indiana. I’ve seen firsthand what motivated Hoosiers can accomplish.” Hall said, with a smile.