STATEHOUSE (June 11, 2019) – Dollyne Sherman of Indianapolis took the oath of office today to serve as state representative for House District 93.
Indiana Supreme Court Justice Mark Massa administered the oath during a formal swearing-in ceremony in the House Chamber at the Statehouse.
“I want those in our community to know I will always be accessible,” Sherman said. “My focus and attention will be on the needs of those in House District 93 as we work on policies to make Indiana an even better place to get a job, start a business and raise a family.”
Sherman and her husband, David, live in Indianapolis and have a son. She has lived on the southside of Indianapolis for 35 years, and graduated from Southport High School. Sherman studied political science while attending Ball State University.
In addition to 20 years of experience in the private sector, she also worked for former Governors Bob Orr and Mitch Daniels, and former Indianapolis Mayor Steve Goldsmith. She was also a part of Indiana Congresswoman Susan Brooks’ campaign staff.
“Dollyne’s experience working at the state and local level will be a tremendous asset to our team and provide a strong foundation for her as she serves our community in this new role,” said House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis). “I have no doubt she will hit the ground running as we work together to build on Indiana’s strong economic momentum.”
Sherman will serve out the remaining term of former State Rep. Dave Frizzell (R-Indianapolis) who recently resigned his seat after 27 years.
State Rep. Dollyne Sherman (R-Indianapolis) represents House District 93,
which includes portions of Marion and Johnson counties.
SWEARING IN: State Rep. Dollyne Sherman (R-Indianapolis) is sworn into office by Indiana Supreme Court Justice Mark Massa on Monday, June 10, 2019, at the Indiana Statehouse. Sherman will serve as the state representative for House District 93, which includes portions of Marion and Johnson counties.