WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — State Representative for District 26, Sally Siegrist announced her run for re-election on Monday.
Sally replaced Randy Truitt in 2016 and since then she has focused on passing bills in support of students. If re-elected, she plans to focus on the prevention of human trafficking
Siegrist says her proven track record over her two years motivated her to stay in office.
"100 million dollars for K-12 education for all Hoosier students and some really wonderful things so as long as I can be productive like that and be helping not only my district but the entire state I can't imagine not running again," said Siegrist.
Four bills that Siegrist wrote were passed in her first term.
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