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The ABC’s of Indiana Government

As I talk with folks in my district, some of the questions I am asked have a common theme. The questions revolve around how our State government actually works. For example, I have heard:

What is a State Representative? How many are there? How is the State government set up?

These questions lead me to believe that it might be beneficial for a refresher on the organization of our State government and the role they play in our daily lives.

The more knowledgable and informed we are as citizens, the better we can direct our government to work for us!

So, I designed a few graphics that I hope will answer some of the questions people might have and shed some light on how our government operates.


If you would like to learn more please feel free to reach out to harlanforhouse@gmail.com. 

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Campaign Announcement

Democrat Harlan Vondersaar Announces Run for Indiana State House District 28

First Time Candidate Looks to End 20 Year Republican Incumbency

Whitestown, Ind. — Democrat Harlan Vondersaar, attorney and Hendricks County native, announced today that he will be a candidate for Indiana House of Representatives District 28.

“I am running because we need more young voices in our Statehouse that are invested in the community and are willing to challenge the status quo to ensure that all Hoosiers are heard and represented,” Vondersaar said. “There are decisions being made that will have a direct and lasting impact on all our lives, and we need to make sure we have a voice in the process.”

Vondersaar believes in a strong public education system, protecting the environment for future generations, and equal opportunities for all. “Regardless of where we are born or the circumstances we are born into, all of us should have access to the tools and resources necessary to achieve the life we dream of,” Vondersaar said.

Harlan was born and raised in Hendricks County, where he graduated from Avon High School. He received his bachelor’s in communications from Indiana University, MBA from Butler University, and JD from Ohio Northern University. He currently lives in the Walker Farm subdivision of Whitestown, and during his free time you can find him at the Golf Club of Indiana or with his family and friends.

For more information, visit www.harlanforhouse.com.

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