Meet Mike Speedy

Elected as state representative for House District 90 in November of 2010, Rep. Speedy is currently in his second legislative term. He serves as Vice-Chairman of the House Roads and Transportation Committee alongside being a member of the Employment, Labor, and Statistics Committee and the Financial Institutions Committee.

Among passing a biennial state budget, providing legislation that will further K-12 education and helping grow a healthy economic climate, Rep. Speedy authored House Bill 1387 which requires that the Veterans’ Affairs Commission to establish standards for certification and accreditation of county service officers. This will be better equip CSO’s to help disabled veterans get the benefits due them from serving our country. Representative Speedy was also instrumental in securing a commitment from the Indiana Department of Transportation to install additional sound barriers along I-65 at the conclusion of its widening project currently underway. These walls will help protect property values of those most impacted and thus keep neighborhoods stronger in his district.

Prior to serving in the House of Representatives, Rep. Speedy served southeast Marion County on the 29-member Indianapolis City County Council for nearly seven years. In this capacity, he concluded his council services as Chairman of Public Works Committee.

Born on the Southside, Rep. Speedy was raised partly south of Indianapolis and also in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He credits his late mother for instilling the sense of duty to serve his community and protect its values and taxpayers. Like his father before him, he earned his B.S. in Real Estate Finance from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. Rep. Speedy also attained a law degree from I.U.'s School of Law at Indianapolis and maintains his law license and a the designation Certified Commercial Investment Member. A second generation real estate developer, Rep. Speedy also runs and operates a small business in Indianapolis.

Additionally, he spends much of his time with his two children and attending community meetings and events, and has volunteered as a mentor for the Indianapolis Big Brother Big Sister chapter. He attends Living Word Bible Church.

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