From innovative Pre-K programs and effective, results-oriented K-12 schools to affordable college experiences and skills-based vocational programs, our future depends on making a strong commitment to education. Jack is committed to making sure educational opportunities are aligned with the high-wage, high-demand job fields of the future. Jack will continue fighting to remove educational regulations, so schools have more control locally and teachers have more flexibility and freedom to teach.
We need to provide reasonable incentives for existing companies to grow, new businesses to flourish and out-of-state firms to move into our communities. Jack will continue to support policies that will reduce our taxes, provide fair economic opportunities for the middle class and promote a healthy pro-jobs environment that provides Hoosiers with high-wage jobs.
Keeping our families and communities safe and secure is not something to be taken lightly. As a retired Deputy Chief of the Indianapolis Police Department with a distinguished career in law enforcement, Jack has seen the brutal face of violent crime and drug abuse and has the experience needed to tackle these issues. Jack is committed to providing law enforcement the resources they need to get criminals off the streets, combatting the drug epidemic, and ensuring effective treatment options for drug addicts.
Jack is a lifelong Hoosier, who has the same strong, traditional family values as his neighbors. Jack has proudly served in law enforcement and in the U.S. Army, protecting our freedoms and our communities. Jack is determined to serve us with integrity, honesty, and a lifetime commitment to make our communities an even better place to work and raise our families.
• Lifelong Resident of Indianapolis
• Indianapolis City-County Councillor
• Small Business Owner – Veteran Owned Business
• Trustee for Perry Township (Two Terms)
• Indianapolis Police Department (Deputy Chief, Retired)
• Southport Police Department (Part-Time, Retired)
• U.S. Army Veteran
• Active in Professional, Political & Civic Organizations
• MBA – Masters of Business Administration
• BS – Business Administration
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