Bruce Ungethiem Announces Plans To Run For Indiana House District 64

Bruce Ungethiem, current Vanderburgh County Commissioner President has decided to run for Indiana House district 64 in the upcoming 2018 election. Mr. Ungethiem, who is in his third year a commissioner in Vanderburgh County, will forgo a second term as Commissioner to run for the Indiana house seat currently held by Tom Washburne.
Mr. Ungethiem said it has been a pleasure to serve as Commissioner for Vanderburgh County residents and he plans to take that experience in serving the people in local government to the State house. “As I learned more about local government I realized that much of what the local governments do is dictated by state law. I hope to bring a logical approach of a professional engineer with a local government experience to the law-making process.  
As I talked to current District 64 representative Tom Washburne about the job, it became clear to me that that there are only a few legislators with local government experience so I believe that my experience as a commissioner would be a valuable addition.”
Mr. Ungethiem will file for Indiana House District 64 in January of 2018.


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