Welcome to my website. I appreciate you taking the time to visit and hope you find the information and links useful. It is a privilege to represent District 68.
I look forward to serving all of Union County and portions of Dearborn and Franklin counties. I am honored by your trust in me to help lead our district on tough issues that will be heard this session. I look forward to working with you to make southeastern Indiana a better place to live, work and raise a family.
It's always good to hear from you, so please feel free to contact me with any thoughts or concerns. I appreciate your input and I'm always willing to listen, I take what you say very seriously.
Majority Floor Leader
Indiana House of Representatives: 2010 - present
House District 68 Includes: All of Union County and portions of Dearborn and Franklin counties
2015/ 2016 Standing Committee Assignments:
Rules and Legislative Procedures (Vice Chairman)
Courts and Criminal Code
Employment, Labor and Pensions
Address: 200 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204
(800) 382-9841 (Toll-free)
(317) 232-9815 (Direct)
Occupation: Lawyer, Business owner
Franklin County High school, 1995
University of Cincinnati, B.S. - Economics, 1999
University of Mississippi, Law Degree, 2002
Member of the Board of Directors for the Lawrenceburg Community Health Center
Serves the Franklin County Community Foundation Board
Serves the Switzerland County Local Emergency Planning Commission
Member of Brookville Main Street
Member of Vevay Main Street
Coaches local high school varsity football and baseball teams
Economic Development (Jobs)
Representative Jud McMillin grew up in Brookville and attended Franklin County High School, graduating in 95. Excelling both in athletics and scholastics, he pursued higher education by attending the University of Cincinnati, obtaining a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Economics in 99. Continuing in academia, McMillin received his Law Degree from the University of Mississippi in 2002 and shortly after, became a deputy prosecutor in Dayton, OH.
With a background in law and driven by helping people, McMillin participated in several economic development initiatives in Southeast Indiana. Soon thereafter, McMillin discovered that one of the best ways he could promote economic development was by getting involved in state government.
As a freshman lawmaker in 2010, McMillin represented portions of southeast Indiana, including his hometown of Brookville. In the next two years, he was assigned to the Courts and Criminal Code, Judiciary and Roads and Transportation standing committees and was responsible for working on bills that protected Hoosier children as well as the Castle Doctrine.
As a sophomore legislator, McMillin was appointed to serve in three leadership capacities as Assistant Majority Floor Leader, Chairman for the Courts and Criminal Code Committee and Vice Chairman of the Rules and Legislative Procedures Committee; all while serving on the Judiciary and Roads and Transportation committees. Rep. McMillin championed several major initiatives such as; reforming and updating Indiana’s criminal code and reducing the size and scope of government.
This year, McMillin was elected by the Indiana House of Representatives Majority Caucus to the leadership role of Floor Leader.
Despite the many hours required to serve as a state representative, McMillin continues to practice law, promote economic development initiatives and maintains an active role in his district by meeting with constituents, business owners and hosting town halls regularly in addition to participating in many of the events Southeast Indiana has to offer.
House District 68 is comprised of all of Union County and large portions of Franklin and Dearborn counties in southeastern Indiana.
For going on four weeks now, your Indiana Statehouse has been missing a few key people needed to conduct business. The Statehouse has not had the constitutionally required quorum needed to conduct business, because the Democrat Caucus went to Urbana, Illinois to avoid having debate and discussion on some key pieces of legislation.
STATEHOUSE - State Rep. Jud McMillin (R-Brookville) had four bills, which he authored and co-authored, handed down during this Thursday's session. The first bill (House Bill 1205) would bar funding for entities providing abortions. The bill prohibits state agencies from entering into contracts or making grants to any entity that performs abortions or maintains and operates a facility where
STATEHOUSE- "The Governor made some very good points in his address. I think our state has fared better than most states during this recession, but there are still many challenges ahead," said Rep. McMillin. "This legislative session will be productive. It is my hope that we will be able to create a budget that is fiscally prudent and that legislation will be passed that creates a better
STATEHOUSE- State Rep. Jud McMillin (R-Brookville) is encouraging local students to apply for the Statehouse Page Program. The Indiana House of Representatives offers the chance for students between the ages of 13 and 18 to come to the Statehouse and participate in the legislative process. "I am very excited to meet with the pages and hear their thoughts
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