Mindi McMillan recently announced her Republican candidacy for the Indiana House of Representatives for District 24, which encompasses Zionsville, Whitestown, Westfield and parts of Carmel.
McMillan is a local business owner and entrepreneur, and has launched and managed several small businesses. She also is responsible for the organization of such groups as Mothers of Preschoolers, which boasts membership of more than 500 local women throughout District 24.
McMillan said she made her decision to run for the House after interviewing and being selected to the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series. While in the class, McMillan said she learned about the new House seat for her district.
“I’m a small-business owner, and it’s the small-business owners and their employees that make our state work,” McMillan said in a release. “I promise to be an advocate of local issues at the State House. For years I’ve been attending Town Council, School Board and Strategic Planning meetings – I understand the issues facing District 24.”
McMillan, 42, attended Taylor University in Upland, graduating Summa Cum Laude. She and husband,Kyle, live in rural Zionsville. They have six children.