State Rep. Donna Shipley won’t search re-election to her central Indiana seat and can retire subsequent 12 months after a decade within the Indiana Home of Representatives, changing into the most recent Republican lawmaker to both go re-election or resign from her seat.
Shipley, a Republican lawmaker from Carmel, stated Thursday that she’s going to serve out her present time period and never search re-election in 2024 in Home District 24, which incorporates elements of Boone and Hamilton counties.
Indiana Home Judiciary Chairman Jerry Turr is retiring after practically 3 many years
Shapley was first elected to the Indiana Home of Representatives in 2014 and presently serves as Vice Chair of the Home Public Well being Committee. Amongst her accomplishments, she cited laws she authored this 12 months that “lowers well being care prices for sufferers and employers by creating larger value transparency and offering oversight for Indiana’s largest hospital methods.”
Shipley joins fellow Carmel Republican Rep. Jerry Tur as the most recent Indiana GOP legislators to not search re-election. Tur introduced in early October that he wouldn’t search re-election and would retire subsequent 12 months after 28 years within the Home.
Indiana comptroller resigns in November
In September, Republican state Sen. John Ford of Terre Haute stated he would resign efficient October 16 from his western Indiana district. The Republican caucus chosen Greg Good, state director for Republican U.S. Sen. Todd Younger, to finish the rest of Ford’s time period.
Republican Sen. Chip Good of Lawrenceburg resigned in late September from his seat in southeastern Indiana. The caucus chosen businessman Randy Maxwell to finish Good’s time period.
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In July, State Rep. Randy Frye, a Republican from Greensburg, resigned from his southeastern Indiana district as a result of well being points. Lawyer J. Alex Zimmerman was chosen to finish Frey’s time period.