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Meet Mark Hinton




As a life-long Hoosier and father of a daughter in high school, I have grown deeply concerned about the future of politics in Indiana.  Instead of complaining about it from the sidelines, I have decided to step up and run for office.


I do not want my daughter to grow up in a state where she is not paid as much as her male counterparts for the same work.


I want her to graduate from a state that offers the very best education, not one that fails to invest in future generations. I don’t want my daughter to graduate from college so indebted that she’ll never be able to pay it off.  


I want my child to grow up in a state where her job opportunities are competitive with the rest of the country.  I want her to live in a state that values her healthcare and that of her child.  I want her children to grow up in a state that values clean water and air.  And I want the same for all Hoosier families. 


 I will bring a new and fresh perspective to government. I will protect the interests of citizens and not lobbyists.  I pledge to work for the people of District 39, not to any lobbyist or corporate interest, and I will not accept personal gifts or dinners from lobbyists.  


Funding public education will be one of my top priorities in the State House. 


Wednesday, February 19, 2020 6:45 PM

Child Care

We as a state must find a way for working class families to thrive, not survive. Infant care in Indiana costs an average of $8,918 a year, which is 6% more than the price of in-state tuition for a 4-year public college. I as a state legislator will fight to make sure we have access to high-quality affordable childcare that allows Carmel families to thrive and succeed. 

Wednesday, February 5, 2020 5:55 PM

Why I am running

A pillar of my campaign is being there for our most vulnerable in our communities and in our state. Access to quality, affordable Mental health services for our children must be a top priority and it will with me.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020 4:42 PM

Indiana’s maternal and infant death rates are high. This bill may help change that.

It is about time we hop aboard what 27 other states are doing but we need to do more to make sure Hoosier women and families are safe in our hospitals.

Thursday, January 23, 2020 8:44 PM

No longer a thing of the past, midwifery care enters the hospital

Sunday, January 12, 2020 1:07 AM

Bolier Up!! Purdue Grad could be first woman on the Moon

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