With Indiana’s lawmakers set to return to the Statehouse on January 8th for the start of the 2024 legislative session, State Representatives Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) and Jake Teshka (R-North Liberty) released online surveys to gather constituents’ feedback on important issues.
Representative Jordan said, “I want to hear what issues and topics matter the most from my constituents in House District 17. I highly encourage Hoosiers to take a few minutes to fill out my survey and make their voices heard as we embark on another legislative session.”
Representative Teshks said, “Surveys help lawmakers prioritize what topics to focus on as we prepare for the legislative session. Staying connected and following the legislative session are great ways to stay engaged with what’s happening at the Statehouse.”
To complete online surveys, constituents must be a resident of the district and submit it by the December 31st deadline. Constituents can check which House district they reside in by visiting the Indiana General Assembly’s website at iga.in.gov, clicking on “Find Your Legislator” on the homepage and entering a home address. Constituents can also expect to receive or may have already received a copy of their state representative’s survey mailer in their mailbox.
The 2024 legislative session begins January 8th and must conclude by March 14th. Hoosiers can stay informed and engaged by visiting iga.in.gov, where they can watch session and committee meetings, read proposed bills, and view calendars and agendas.
To stay updated during the legislative session, Hoosiers can sign up for their legislator’s email newsletter by visiting IndianaHouseRepublicans.com and entering their email address under “Subscribe to eNews” or by calling 317-232-9600.
State Rep. Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) represents House District 17, which includes all of Fulton County, and portions of Marshall and Pulaski counties.
State Rep. Jake Teshka (R-North Liberty) represents House District 7, which includes portions of LaPorte, Marshall and St. Joseph counties.