Warrick County resident Mike Griffin filed his paperwork with the Secretary of State on Friday, February 7th, to put his name on the Republican ballot to run for State Representative of House District 75.
With more than 40 years of experience in the finance industry, Griffin has developed new business while maintaining existing accounts and overseeing hundreds of employees.
“By using my experience in finance, business development, and management experience I want to help keep Indiana fiscally responsible and bringing more workforce development to House District 75,” said Griffin. “I want to represent the citizens of the district by building on what State Representative Ron Bacon has done for the past 10 years.”
Griffin wants to maintain the tax cuts Bacon put in place during his time in office. His platform also contains finishing bringing high-speed broadband infrastructure to the District, driving more funding to teacher pay and continuing to cut government red tape for more efficiency and protecting the First and Second Amendment rights of Hoosiers. While in office, Griffin would build on Governor Holcomb’s agenda of maternal and infant mortality by protecting the mothers and their unborn. He also believes there is still work to do when it comes to addressing Indiana’s drug epidemic.
Griffin resides in Newburgh with his wife Patty. The couple has three daughters – Laurel, Lindsay, and Carly.
House District 75, includes most of Warrick County and the Southern half of Spencer and Pike counties.