Brad Beaver, who is currently serving on the Hamilton County Council, has announced that he will run for the House seat replacing Kathy Richardson.
“I have served in the capacity of County Councilor in Hamilton County for the past 20 years. I have never raised your property taxes or missed a County Council meeting. Hamilton County is one of the most fiscally sound governmental entities in the State. While some politicians may claim to be conservative – I have proven my commitment to the taxpayers. I seek to serve on another level as your State Representative and continue my good stewardship to the taxpayers of Hamilton County,” said Beaver. “I am confident that I am the candidate that is most prepared to do this.”
Beaver was born and raised in Noblesville, graduating from Noblesville High School in 1977. After college, he started his own heating and cooling business. He is a fourth-generation small business owner in Hamilton County. He has been married to his wife, Trini, for 28 years and has three adult children.
During his 20 years on the County Council he has served on various boards and committees, including Hamilton County Plan Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, County Solid Waste Board, Personnel Committee and Finance Committee. Throughout the years he has been active coaching basketball at the Noblesville Boys and Girls Club. He is a member of White River Christian Church.
“I have spent my entire life living and working in House District 29. I am eager to take that next step and serve as Hamilton County’s Representative in the Statehouse.”