Republican Nominee for U.S. Congress, Indiana's 5th District
Victoria Spartz embodies the American Dream. She was born overseas, immigrated to the United States, became a U.S. citizen and worked her way up from bank teller to a CPA, finance executive and successful business owner. Pledging to work for less government and more freedom, Victoria is running for Indiana’s 5th congressional district seat.
Growing up in Ukraine, Victoria experienced firsthand the dark side of socialism. Living there molded her conservative political philosophy – limited government is always better, and financial and healthcare decisions should be made by individuals in the free market, not by bureaucrats and special interests.
In 2017, when her local state senator announced he would retire, Victoria was encouraged to seek the seat and was elected by caucus in a seven-way race to fill the remainder of the term. Victoria brought her fiscal conservative approach to the Indiana state legislature, where she has gained a reputation as a limited government conservative who isn't afraid to tackle the tough issues and challenge the status quo. She has fought to repeal needless regulations, reform health care, improve educational outcomes, audit elections, and protect the Second Amendment and private property rights. She has brought transparency and accountability to the state government.
Active in her local community, Victoria has sponsored and volunteered for numerous charitable causes, helped with many political campaigns, including President Trump’s, and served on a number of boards, including terms as president of Hamilton County Republican Women and vice chairman of the Hamilton County Republican Party. She currently serves on the 5th Congressional District Republican Committee.
Victoria and her husband, Jason, a lifelong resident of Hamilton County, reside in Noblesville with their two daughters. She has been named a Young Gun by the National Republican Congressional Committee and is a member of Hamilton County Republican Women. To learn more about her campaign, visit her website or Facebook page.