I have had the honor of serving as a State Representative for House District 93 since 1992. During that time I have represented all types of Hoosiers. As a resident of Marion County, I am pleased to represent the citizens of Ward 26 and Perry Township as well as White River Township in Johnson County.
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House District 93
Assistant Majority Floor Leader
Indiana House of Representatives: 1992-Present
House District 93: Portions of Marion and Johnson Counties
Education: B.A., Loyola College
Representative Dave Frizzell has been active in politics throughout his adult life. Both Rep. Frizzell's professional and community experiences have contributed to his successes here at the Statehouse. Some of his professional experiences include serving as the president of the Third Millennium Foundation Inc., a foundation striving to improve the quality of life of area senior citizens. He also served for a short time as a Major Gifts officer for the Riley's Children Foundation where he supervised the development of $50,000 in donations. Prior to this, he served for two years as the Executive Director of the Greater Indianapolis Advisory Council for Indiana Wesleyan University.
From 1985-2001, Rep. Frizzell as the president of the Greater Indianapolis Republican Finance Committee (GIRFCO), and also worked with the American Cancer Society and as the Executive Director of the Indiana End State Renal Disease Network. In addition to years of political involvement as a volunteer for individual campaigns and as both Precinct Committeeman and Vice Chair Ward, Rep. Frizzell also served on the Boards of the National Kidney Foundation, and the Alzheimer's Association-Central Indiana Chapter.
In 2005, Rep. Frizzell was selected as an at-large delegate to the 2005 White House Conference on Aging (WHCoA) in Washington DC. Since his election to the Indiana House, Rep. Frizzell has served in numerous leadership positions for the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). Rep. Frizzell was the 2012 National Chairman of ALEC and was recently named their Legislator of the Year. Rep. Frizzell was born in Baltimore, Maryland and settled in Indiana in 1978. He married life-long Hoosier Valda VanNess in 1980, and started his family in 1982. He moved to District 93 in 1985 and he and his wife currently reside in Perry Township.
Awards and Achievements
House District 93 includes the southern portion of Perry Township in Marion County and a portion of White River Township in Johnson County along with a section of Indianapolis.
STATEHOUSE – State Representative Holli Sullivan (R-Evansville) authored House Enrolled Act (HEA) 1004, which creates the Safety P.I.N. (Protecting Indiana’s Newborns) grant program to combat infant mortality in Indiana. Recently signed into law by Governor Mike Pence, this legislation was co-authored by House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis), State Rep. Hal Slager (R-Schererville) and State Rep. Dave Frizzell (R-Indianapolis).
STATEHOUSE – State Representative Holli Sullivan (R-Evansville) authored House Bill (HB) 1004, creating the Safety P.I.N. (Protecting Indiana’s Newborns) grant program to combat infant mortality in Indiana. The bill was co-authored by House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis), State Rep. Hal Slager (R-Schererville) and State Rep. Dave Frizzell (R-Indianapolis) and passed unanimously out of the House today.
STATEHOUSE – State Representative Cindy Kirchhofer (R-Beech Grove) authored House Bill (HB) 1007, Domestic violence prevention and treatment, to support Indiana’s domestic violence programs. One of the priorities of the House Republican legislative agenda is to address some of the public safety concerns impacting Indiana, particularly in the area of domestic violence. The bill was co-authored by State Reps. Julie Olthoff and Dave Frizzell, HB 1007 passed unanimously out of the Family, Children and Human Affairs Committee today.