Chris Loop - Georgetown Town Board At - Large

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Keith Henderson - Prosecuting Attorney

Vote for Keith HendersonKeith A. Henderson is a former state trooper who served as first sergeant and legal adviser for the Indiana State Police. He was appointed to the Office of Prosecutor in Crawford County, Indiana on March 13, 1998 and elected to a full term the following November. In 2002, Mr. Henderson was elected to the Office of the Floyd County Prosecutor and he has served as such since January 1, 2003, having won re-election in 2006 and 2010. Mr. Henderson received a B.A. in criminal justice from Valparaiso University and a J.D. from the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville.

Mr. Henderson instructs law enforcement agencies and prosecuting attorney councils at conferences and lectures within the Southern Indiana region and across the country. He has been a featured speaker for the International Association for Identification, the Missouri Capital Litigation Conference, and frequently lectures for the Indiana Prosecuting Attorney’s Council. Mr. Henderson is a member of the board of Directors for the Indiana Prosecuting Attorney’s Council and a past chairman. He is currently the chairman of its Ethics Committee and serves on the Indiana Supreme Court Rules Committee.

In December 2010, Mr. Henderson was selected by his peers as the Indiana representative to the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) to represent the interests of Indiana prosecutors. The NDAA is the oldest and largest professional organization representing criminal prosecutors in the world and serves as a nationwide, interdisciplinary resource center for training, research, technical assistance, and publications reflecting the highest standards and cutting-edge practices of the prosecutorial profession.

As Floyd County Prosecutor, Mr. Henderson has been featured in Louisville Magazine, Southern Indiana Living, and CBS 48 Hours Mystery. He has received the Excellence in Legal Advocacy Award from the Harrison/Crawford County Bar Association, the Home Run Hitters Award of Excellence by the National District Attorney’s Association, the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Louisville-Metro Outstanding Service Award, and the 2009 Family and Children’s Place Gold Medal Award for his outstanding work in the community on behalf of children.

Mr. Henderson is married to Dr. Amy Hallal-Henderson and has three children.

Steve Burks - NA Township Trustee

Vote for Steve BurksIt has been my privilege to be connected to New Albany, Floyd County for 30 years. My wife Danita and I have been living here since 1997 along with our three sons, Simeon who is married to Brandi, Steven who graduated from New Albany and Seth who attends Floyd Central. I was elected to the Trustee position in 2014 after previously serving on the Floyd County Council. The joy I have in serving this community as an elected official is to take the funds that are provided by the tax payers of Floyd County and use wisdom and discretion to help those who find themselves in situations beyond their control as it pertains to the basic necessities of life. We desire to give people “a hand up” while they take their part of the responsibility to resolve the need they are facing. As an elected official we have two responsibilities, one is to the tax payer, the other to hold accountable those who are applying for assistance. We are here to serve both groups. 

Scott L Clark - County Auditor

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Frank Loop - County Sheriff 

Vote for Frank LoopAs Sheriff of Floyd County, Frank has a long history in Floyd County in emergency service starting as an EMT when he was 18 years of age. His public service with the Floyd County Sheriff's Department started when he was hired at the age of 22. During his career he has held the positions of patrol officer, investigations, drug interdiction, SWAT commander, instructor, and Chief of Police under Sheriff Randy Hubbard. In 2003, he graduated from the FBI academy and then graduated from Indiana Wesleyan in 2011 with a B.A. in Criminal Justice.



Vote for Shawn CarruthersShawn Carruthers - County Commissioner District 1

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Vote for Adam RobertsAdam Roberts - County Council District 2

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Danny Short - County Council District 3

Danny was first elected to the New Albany Township Board in 2010 and reelected in 2014. He has served as president of the board each of those eight years. He has also volunteered on many local, state and national campaigns as well as serving as a precinct committee person.

Danny is seeking the office of County Council in district three to help fulfill the vision of making Floyd County an excellent place to live, work and play. He holds a bachelor's degree in Business Management and works locally in manufacturing planning. He lives in the Sellersburg area of the county with his wife Lindy and four children.  

Denise Konkle - County Council District 4

Vote for Denise KonkleI am Denise Konkle, a lifelong resident of Floyd County. I reside in Greenville with my husband Dennis Konkle. We have two adult children: Nathan and Stacey Konkle. I recently retired from Brown & Williamson Tobacco after a 35-year career, where I worked in various budgeting and forecasting roles. I have been very blessed and feel now it is time for me to give back. One of the ways I have chosen to do this is by serving my community as Floyd County Councilwoman.

I feel my background and my financial planning and analysis experience has and will continue to help move Floyd County forward. In my time on the county council I believe I have provided meaningful insight and analysis which has allowed us to make will informed decisions. I sincerely feel that we live in one of the premier counties in Indiana and I want to ensure that we make wise, well thought out decision that leave our community on the best footing for our children and grandchildren. 

Ron Grooms - State Senator District 46

Vote for Ron GroomsFor more than 40 years, Ron Grooms has been a trusted member of our community. Our families have trusted Ron, a pharmacist and former owner of Hanger’s Pharmacy, with their medical needs for decades. Our citizens have trusted Ron as a public servant, electing him to represent us and wisely spend our tax dollars, first as a member of the Jeffersonville City Council and then as a our State Senator.

As a member of the Jeffersonville City Council, Ron helped eliminate the city’s deficit, balance the budget and produce a surplus. As a member of the Indiana State Senate, Ron has worked to pass honestly balanced budgets and the largest tax cut in Indiana history.

Ron has served our community well. He is a former member of the Clark, Floyd and Harrison Family Health Center Advisory Board, where he used his expertise in the health care industry to improve the health and well-being of all of us who proudly call these communities home. He has also served on the Jeffersonville Housing Authority Board and the Police Officers & Firefighters Fund Advisory Committee for the state and was President of the New Hope Services Board of Directors. He is also a member of Leadership Southern Indiana.

Ron Grooms is a trusted community leader with a proven track record of creating jobs, balancing budgets and cutting taxes – the kind of leadership we need to keep Indiana moving in the right direction.

Karen Engleman - State Rep District 70

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Ed Clere - State Rep District 72

Vote for Ed ClereState Representative Ed Clere is serving his fourth term in the Indiana House of Representatives. He represents most of Floyd County, including the city of New Albany and Georgetown. Representative Clere serves on the House Ways and Means, Education and Public Policy committees.

In addition, he is a legislative appointee to the board of Indiana’s CHOICE program, a state-funded program that helps seniors and people with disabilities stay in their home and avoid institutional care. He is also a legislative appointee to the boards of the Indiana School for the Deaf and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites Corporation, and to the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission.

A 2010 graduate of the Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development, a program for newer legislators offered by the Midwestern office of the Council of State Governments, Representative Clere is now co-chair of the program’s steering committee. He also serves on Counsel of State Governments’ (CSG) Health Public Policy Committee; the Health and Human Services Committee of CSG’s Midwestern Legislative Conference; and the National Conference of State Legislatures’ Health Committee.

Representative Clere coaches youth soccer and serves on the board of the New Albany-Floyd County Habitat for Humanity affiliate and the Cardinal Ritter Birthplace Foundation. He also serves on the LifeSpan Resources Advisory Council and the Floyd County Community Corrections Advisory Board. He is a former member of the board of Develop New Albany, the city’s Main Street organization. An advocate of historic preservation, he serves on a revolving loan committee for Indiana Landmarks, a statewide nonprofit organization. He is a graduate and member of Leadership Southern Indiana.

Representative Clere has been recognized for a number of awards, including Indiana Optometry’s Outstanding Service in the Public Interest Award (2013); Indiana Association of Area Agencies on Aging Legislative Champion (2012); Rotary Club of New Albany Vocational Service Award (2012); National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association Citation for Distinguished Service (2012); Habitat for Humanity of Indiana Volunteer of the Year (2011); and Indiana Chamber of Commerce Small Business Champion (2010).

Representative Clere earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology at Indiana University Southeast. He has worked as a Realtor since 2001. As a Realtor, he has earned the ABR, CRS and GRI designations and has served on the board of the Southern Indiana Realtors Association. Representative Clere and his wife, Amy, a teacher, live in New Albany. They have five children.