Welcome to my website and thank you for taking the time to visit. It is a privilege to serve as a state legislator for House District 41, which includes portions of Montgomery, Boone, and Tippecanoe counties.
Please feel free to access the links on this site to learn more about state government. It is my hope that this site will serve as a valuable resource for west central Indiana, its residents and visitors to our communities.
I am always open to the ideas of my constituents, and I encourage you to contact me with any questions or concerns that you may have. Please feel free to contact me by phone, mail or email. I look forward to hearing from you as we work together to keep Indiana moving forward on the right path.
- Tim N. Brown
Indiana House of Representatives: 1994-present
House District 41 includes: Portions of Montgomery, Boone and Tippecanoe counties
Committee: Ways and Means (Chairman)
Address: 200 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(800) 382-9841 (Toll-free)
(317) 232-9651 (Direct)
Occupation: Physician (Retired, 2015)
Education: B.A., Illinois Wesleyan University; M.D., University of Illinois
Community Activities: Indiana State Medical Association; Linden United Methodist Church
State Representative Tim Brown serves House District 41, which includes portions of Montgomery, Boone and Tippecanoe counties. He was elected as a state representative in 1994. He has served the Legislature in a variety of ways including being appointed as Chairman of the Public Health Committee and the Statutory Committee on Ethics. He has served on multiple committees: Education, Rules and Legislative Procedures, Family, Children, and Human Affairs and the Statutory Committee on Interstate and International Cooperation. Currently, Rep. Brown serves as the Chairman for Ways and Means.
Throughout his tenure as a representative, Rep. Brown has worked on numerous legislative initiatives, many of which included topics on healthcare.
Rep. Brown received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Illinois Wesleyan University and his medical degree from the University of Illinois. Prior to serving in the Indiana House of Representatives, Rep. Brown was the treasurer for the State Medical Association for four years. He has also been a board member of the Franklin Methodist Retirement Community since September 2005. Rep. Brown is an Emergency Room Doctor for St. Elizabeth Hospital in Crawfordsville. Rep. Brown is also a member of Indiana State Medical Association.
Rep. Brown has received several awards for his contribution to public health. He has received the following awards:
Indiana Chamber of Small Business Award in 1997 and 2002
Outstanding Legislator for Indiana Medical Association award in 2005
Outstanding Achievement Award for AIDS in 2000
Awarded Legislator of the Year by the Indiana Ophthalmology Association in 2005
Awarded Legislator of the Year by the Indiana Public Health Association in 2006
Named AARP Indiana Capitol Caregiver in 2018
Rep. Brown resides in Crawfordsville with his wife, Jane, and recently retired as an emergency room physician. In his spare time, Rep. Brown enjoys sailing, riding his motorcycle, water skiing, traveling to visit family and spending time with his four daughters. Rep. Brown is also a member of the Linden United Methodist Church.
House District 41 includes large portions of Boone and Montgomery counties as well as the southeast corner of Tippecanoe County.
“Indiana’s surge in revenue is proof that our low tax, pro-business environment and strong record of fiscal responsibility continues to pay dividends for Hoosier taxpayers. I strongly support the governor’s prudent recommendation to use this one-time money to pay cash for much-needed capital projects, which would otherwise require debt financing. This proposal could save over $100 million in interest payments over the next 20 years and free up those funds for important priorities like education and child protection. We look forward to working with Governor Holcomb in the coming months as we finalize plans for the 2020 session.”
STATEHOUSE (March 25, 2019) – State Reps. Donna Schaibley (R-Carmel), Jeff Thompson (R-Lizton) and Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) today at the Statehouse honored the life of fallen Boone County Sheriff Deputy Jacob Pickett.
Pickett lost his life in March of last year after succumbing to a gunshot wound while on duty.
“Dedicated and selfless, Deputy Pickett embodies the definition of hero,” Schaibley said. “Our community lost a tremendous public servant, but his family lost a devoted son, husband and father. His compassion for others will continue on in the lives he touched.”
State Rep. Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) was recently selected to chair the Interim Study Committee on Fiscal Policy.
State Rep. Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) earned a 100 percent on the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s annual Legislative Vote Analysis for his pro-economy, pro-jobs voting record.
STATEHOUSE (Dec. 18, 2017) — “Our stable reserves and structural surplus put us in a good position to be proactive instead of reactive to the recent revenue forecast. As we’ve built up Indiana’s strong fiscal integrity and maintained the highest possible credit rating, we have also continued to make historic investments in our state’s priorities. The good news is Indiana just experienced a record-breaking year for businesses committing to invest in our economy and create high-paying jobs.”
STATEHOUSE (July 24, 2017) – State Rep. Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) is asking Hoosier employers to help identify duplicative or redundant state reporting requirements using a new online portal.
STATEHOUSE (July 19, 2017) — “I am very pleased that today’s fiscal year close-out report affirms that Indiana’s financial position remains exceptionally strong.
STATEHOUSE (July 17, 2017) — “Sen. Ryan Mishler is a strong fiscal leader who will remain committed to keeping Indiana’s budget honestly balanced when he takes the reins as chair of the Senate Committee on Appropriations in the coming months. With his knowledge and expertise of the state’s school funding formula, I’m confident under his leadership Hoosier education will continue to be a priority. I look forward to working with him in his new role to keep Indiana the fiscal envy of the nation.”
STATEHOUSE (July 13, 2017) – “With this investment in the state’s infrastructure, it is estimated that in the next five years, Montgomery County will receive more than $58 million, Boone County will receive more than $40 million, and Tippecanoe County will receive more than $70 million to improve local roads and bridges. Specific projects range from resurfacing crumbling roads and installing traffic signals to improve safety. This local funding ensures that our communities are included in our effort to take our state to the ‘Next Level.’”
STATEHOUSE (July 5, 2017) — “Luke is a true public servant and statesman whose determination and budgetary discipline helped make Indiana the fiscal envy of the nation. He was an extremely valuable partner in crafting Indiana’s biennial budgets. Together, we cut taxes, saw revenues grow and funded our state’s priorities. I will miss his insight and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.”
STATEHOUSE (April 12, 2017) — “The state’s positive fiscal outlook reflects the growth in wages and the fact that more Hoosiers are working today than ever before. Despite this growth, it’s important to remain cautious because there is always uncertainty when it comes to the economy. As the Indiana General Assembly nears the end of the 2017 legislative session, we will reflect on today’s revenue forecast as we finalize the next two-year state budget and invest in our priorities, including K-12 education and our roads.”
STATEHOUSE (Feb. 15, 2017) — State Rep. Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) released the House Republican state budget proposal today to the House Committee on Ways and Means.
“Our honestly balanced budget works to meet the needs of Hoosiers while remaining fiscally responsible,” said Brown, chair of the Ways and Means committee. “We fund key priorities like education and public safety while retaining healthy reserves and supporting our top-rated business climate. This budget also works alongside our long-term road funding plan, which holds firm to our proven commitment to conservative principles and won’t burden future generations with
STATEHOUSE (Dec. 19, 2016) – State Rep. Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) and State Sen. Luke Kenley (R-Noblesville), co-chairs of the Funding Indiana’s Roads for a Stronger Safer Tomorrow (FIRSST) task force, today announced the group’s recommendations ahead of the 2017 legislative session.
STATEHOUSE (March 2, 2016) – State Rep. Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) welcomes Boone County residents, Seth Hickey and Toby Marvel, to the Statehouse where they are interning with the House of Representatives during the 2016 legislative session.
INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 15, 2016) — State Rep. Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) recently welcomed the following student pages to the Statehouse...
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