Bill Webster announces campaign for State Senate
Bill Webster, a lifelong resident of Parke County, Ind., has announced that he is running for State Senate in the 23rd District, which covers all or parts of Vermillion, Parke, Fountain, Warren, Montgomery, and Tippecanoe counties. Webster currently serves as the Parke County GOP Chairman and previously served on the Parke County Planning and Zoning, chaired the Parke County Salvation Army, and served on the Rosedale Volunteer Fire Department for 20 years, many of those years in an officer capacity, up to and including Fire Chief. Bill is employed with Edward C. Levy Co., working in sales and marketing for multiple Levy sites, including Crawfordsville In.
Webster knows what it means to be community involved and is excited about the opportunity to serve his community further. Webster is running because, as he works throughout the District: that is also his sales territory, speaking to individuals and business owners, several things ring loud and clear, people are tired of self-serving politicians, and they are fed up with an overreaching, out-of-control, federal government stepping all over our State’s Rights. He will be accessible, putting people before politics. Webster understands sound fiscal policies; keeping our budget balanced, and taxes low will help Indiana businesses grow. Having served in the fire service, Webster will also advocate for our emergency services. Strong conservative leadership is crucial in these difficult times.
This candidacy fills the open seat that Senator Phil Boots of Crawfordsville In will leave. Boots assumed office in 2006, and his term ends in 2022.
Bill and his wife of 24 years, Shanna, reside in Rockville and are members of the Montezuma Independent Baptist Church.