2021-03-05 BROADCAST - DAY ON THE HILL

March 5, 2021

(All times are EST)

  10:50 am:  Sign-in to Zoom and Join Meeting

  11:00 am - 12:00 pm:  Indiana State Representative Martin Carbaugh

Our 2021 Day on the Hill is being reinvented to take advantage of virtual meetings. We will offer Zoom Webinars with key Indiana legislative players. Our goal is to have one 1-hour session a month through the legislative session (April, possibly extended).

 

Prior to each Webinar, we will ask your help in collecting questions to be addressed in the Zoom session. These will be provided to the speaker ahead of time so that concerns can be researched and addressed properly and timely.

 

Indiana State Representative Martin Carbaugh is scheduled to be our third DOH speaker for 2021 on Friday, March 5th from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm.

 

Please submit your questions for the speaker via email to Sandy Gray by end of day Wednesday, March 3rd to give him ample time to prepare.

 

We welcome your feedback on this approach and ideas to enhance or simplify the process. Though the mechanics are different, our mission remains the same:

 

  • The annual NAIFA-Indiana Legislative Day on the Hill is opportunity to participate in the political process.

 

  • NAIFA-Indiana protects your career before the Legislature. OUR voices must be heard...and WE can’t do it without YOU!

(All times are EST)

 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

Representative Martin Carbaugh is a lifelong resident of Fort Wayne making him the perfect man to represent his community. He has been an elected Precinct Committeeman in Allen County and is also a member of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors and the National Federation of Independent Business. His district includes a portion of central Allen County as well as the northwestern portion of Fort Wayne.

For more than 15 years, Rep. Carbaugh has helped business owners and families plan for their financial futures and he wants to use his experience to help Indiana continue on a fiscally conservative track. A top priority is to create and bring jobs to Indiana by concentrating on reducing regulations in Indiana that hinder workforce progress and supporting a competitive tax code.

Rep. Carbaugh and his wife Sally have two daughters, Katelyn and Grace. In his free time he volunteers with Junior Achievement to teach students basic financial knowledge. He is a member of the Concordia Lutheran Church. He enjoys working with constituents from his area to secure a positive future for House District 81 as well as Indiana.

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