“Political Campaigns should be about putting PEOPLE FIRST and not about making career politicians. I am laser-focused on providing pathways for people to live the American dream.” – Chuck Goodrich, Candidate for IN State Rep, District 29

Job Creator

Chuck has created over 700 jobs at Gaylor Electric as well as developing company internships for H.S. and college students.  He developed a H.S. for pathways into construction for District 29.  He currently serves on the board of directors of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.

Civic Leader

Chuck volunteers throughout his community and abroad. He currently serves as a volunteer on the board and is former chairman of the Riverview Hospital Foundation. He also serves on the board of the Noblesville Youth Assistance program along with supporting boy scouts and scout camps.

Family & Faith

Chuck has been married for over 24 years to his wife and is the proud father of 4 kids. His family has resided in Noblesville for 20 years. He is an active member of White River Christian Church. He makes annual trips to Panama for help in building & water supply.  Family & faith are the bedrock of Chuck’s life.

Constitutional Liberties

All votes made by Chuck on your behalf will be based on protecting your personal liberties as our Constitution allows. “I believe, as our founders did, that ‘the pursuit of happiness’ depends on individual liberty; & individual liberty requires limited government.” US House Speaker, Paul Ryan

Chuck Goodrich - Candidate for State Representative District 29


Chuck believes the government should get out of your way and be working for YOU!


Chuck is committed to educating youth, which is why he supports hands-on learning through job training programs like The Crossing.


As President and CEO of Gaylor Electric, Chuck Goodrich has created over 700 jobs.

Chuck’s Promise

“If elected, my government salary will be donated to helping people in need in Noblesville, Fishers, and throughout District 29.”

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