Brian Landress has filed for candidacy in the Noblesville Common Council at-large race.
Landress will challenge Republican incumbents Brian Ayer, Mark Boice and Darren Peterson for one of the council’s three at-large seats in the May 7 primary election. Republican Rocky Shanehsaz also is a candidate. Democrat Paula Gilliam also has filed and will face the three Republican incumbents in the November general election.
“What an honor to make the case to all the citizens of Noblesville how I will advocate on their behalf to bring new ideas and to better our city for the future,” Landress said in his announcement. “I’m looking forward to an engaging campaign season and reaching out to all Noblesville citizens to earn their support and vote.”
Landress outlined the following platform:
- Engage the community proactively, collaboratively and transparently.
- Bring the voice of the community back to City Hall.
- Work diligently to ensure the city works for you and won’t just “check the box.”
- Treasure and respect our historic character and assets.
- Maximize the people’s money and investments as we grow, change and innovate for the future.
Landress has been a resident of Noblesville for five years. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from East Carolina University and works is the director of IT supplier strategy for Cummins, Inc. He also has been a board member of the Noblesville Preservation Alliance for nearly five years. He is married to Anita and has two daughters and two grandchildren.
For more, visit facebook.com/brianlandress4council.