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As the 8th District's Congressman, Brad Ellsworth is continuing his career-long commitment to put Hoosiers first. In Congress, he is a member of the fiscally conservative Blue Dog Coalition and is working to reduce waste, fraud and abuse of taxpayer dollars. He also sits on the Armed Services, Agriculture, and Small Business Committees.

Before coming to Congress, Brad spent 24-years in the Vanderburgh County Sheriff's office protecting the people of southwest Indiana. He was twice decorated for heroism in the line of duty and graduated from the FBI National Academy. In 1998, Brad was elected Vanderburgh County Sheriff, where he completed two terms. Brad was born and raised in southern Indiana. He grew up in Evansville; attending University of Southern Indiana and Indiana State University. Brad and his wife, Beth, reside in Evansville. Together they have a daughter, Andrea.

Today, following the signing of the Wall Street Reform bill which will help protect Hoosier investors from having their life savings, 401Ks, and college funds gambled away by a few unscrupulous Wall S... MORE

Today, as Hoosier businesses continue to climb out of this recession, Brad Ellsworth voted to provide tax relief for U.S Manufacturers to help them compete in the global economy: “For too long Ho... MORE

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Date Roll Bill Vote Title More Votes >
Dec 01 595 h res 1724 Yea Commending the City of Jacksonville, Arkansas, for its outstanding support in creating a unique and lasting partnership with Little Rock Air Force Base, members of the Armed Forces stationed there and...
Dec 01 594 h res 1217 Aye Honoring Fort Drums soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division for their past and continuing contributions to the security of the United States
Dec 01 593 h j res 101 Yea Making further continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2011, and for other purposes
Dec 01 592 h res 1430 Aye Honoring and saluting golf legend Juan Antonio Chi Chi Rodriguez for his commitment to Latino youth programs of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
Dec 01 591 h res 1735 Aye Condemning North Korea in the strongest terms for its uprovoked military attack against South Korea on November 23, 2010
Dec 01 590 h con res 323 Yea Supporting the goal of ensuring that all Holocaust survivors in the United States are able to live with dignity, comfort, and security in their remaining years
Dec 01 589 h res 1741 Yea Providing for consideration of H.J.Res. 101, Making further continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2011, and for other purposes
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