Letter: McMillan doesn’t owe any favors



It wasn’t too long ago that our Hamilton County District 3 Commissioner took his seat as a first-time politician with no political experience.

I, too, know the value of hard work commitment, responsibility and the value of a dollar. And I, too, was encouraged by residents and community leaders to run for Commissioner.

My name is Charlie McMillan Jr. and I am running for Hamilton County Commissioner, District 2, in the June 2 Primary Election.

All registered voters in Hamilton County can vote for me.

I am 57 years old, a Noblesville native and a 1981 Noblesville High School graduate.

I have worked my entire life in downtown Noblesville. I am chairman of the Hamilton County Board of Zoning Appeals, South District, and am on the committee to update the county’s 2020 Comprehensive Plan.

My 73-year-old opponent, who has served in his position for 30 years, has easily brought in more than $56,000 in campaign contributions since Jan. 1, many from out-of-town attorneys, businessmen, developers, engineers and politicians.

As a first-time candidate, I am not part of the good ole boys network and don’t owe any favors to any contractors, engineering firms or political action committees.

I have integrity, transparency and work ethics.

I feel the need to offer voters a choice. I am not a career politician.

I ask you to be a part of history … for change.

Please vote for Charlie McMillan Jr. for Hamilton County Commissioner.

Visit www.charliemcmillanjr.com/ or email charlie@charliemcmillanjr.com/

Charlie McMillan, Jr.
Candidate for Hamilton County Commissioner, District 2