Congressman Jim Baird Announces Re-Election Campaign

Congressman Jim Baird

Today, Jim Baird filed re-election paperwork for Indiana’s Fourth Congressional District.  Baird said, “Serving on behalf of Hoosiers in the 4th Congressional District is an honor and a privilege that I will always take seriously. Far too much is at stake for the future of our children and grandchildren. Each day I take measure of the consequences Democrat led policies have on our Country, and the truth is socialism is being normalized. As I’ve said time and again, I love this Country and I am dedicated to protecting our principles of freedom and liberty. With your support I hope to continue defending the values we hold dear.”

Jim is a lifelong resident of West Central Indiana, where he has raised a family, started a business and served his community. 

I’ve known Jim since he was a State Representative, and he’s always been humble and down to earth.  It’s wonderful to be able to say that Congress hasn’t changed him one bit!  Jim Baird takes common sense and real-world experience to a government that desperately needs it, and I’m proud that he’s my Congressman”, said Randy Head, 4th District Republican Chairman.

Over the past three years, Jim has worked closely with fellow conservative colleagues in Congress and at home to hold the line against the ever-growing federal overreach into our daily lives.

President Pro Tempore State Senator Rod Bray said, “Jim Baird is a thoughtful conservative voice. A man of character and conviction that I am proud to call a friend. His record in Congress reflects the values of Hoosiers in the 4th Congressional District and I’m glad to support his continued service to our State and Country.”

Benton County GOP Chairman Bruce Buchanan said, “I am most proud to have Congressman Jim Baird represent me and my fellow Benton Countians. He is as fine a Congressman as I have known. “

As someone who knows how to stand up against socialism and defend liberty, Jim is ready to keep up the fight and help deliver a conservative majority back to Congress.