City County Council
Michael Paul Hart
Michael-Paul Hart is a lifelong resident of Marion County, whose priority is the Citizens of Indianapolis. He knows first-hand the challenges of working full time while trying to raise a family and attend college. Spending eight years working full time in various skilled trades while attending courses at night and online, Hart eventually obtained multiple degrees in Information Technology and Computer Science. Today, he is a Senior Consultant for VMware a global technology company, small business owner, as well as a proud father and family man.
Michael-Paul has been active in the community for quite some time. He served as Precinct Committeeman and Ward Chairman, most recently appointed to Warren Township Chairman for the MCRCC. He has served on the Warren Township GOP Board in various capacities allowing him to support organizations such as the YMCA and American Legion.
Councillor Paul Annee serves the residents of District 23 - elected in 2019, Annee also serves as the Minority Whip of the Republican Caucus. Councillor in 2019.
Active in the state’s Republican party, Annee has served as precinct committeeman and ward chairman in Perry Township and has been an elected Republican State Delegate.
He is very active in his community and serves on several boards including, The Greater Southside Business Alliance and Southeast Community Resource District Council. Annee is an active member of the Perry Township Kiwanis Club, Citizens Alliance for Public Safety, and the Perry Township GOP Club. In addition he has also participated in several different programs including the: Indianapolis Public Safety Citizens Academy and Bowen Institute on Political Participation and is a former Civilian of the Marion County Sheriffs Office.
In addition to representing the residents of District 23 on the City- County Council, Annee is the Executive Director of the Marion County Agricultural Fair Association. Annee is a lifelong resident of Perry Township.
Jason Holliday is a life-long resident of the southwest side of Indianapolis having graduated from Decatur Central High School as well as Franklin College, Franklin Indiana.
Jason Holliday has been extensively involved in the community having been a member of many civic and service organizations – often fulfilling leadership roles within those organizations. Some of the organizations in which Jason has been a member as well as served in leadership capacities include but are not limited to: Decatur Township Civic Council (Secretary, Legislative Affairs Committee, Chair, Land use Committee); Decatur Central Lions’ Club; Southwest Multiservice Center (President); and Community Centers of Indianapolis – Board of Directors.
Jason Holliday has worked in various capacities in both the private and governmental sectors. Within the private sector, Jason has been Vice President of a company and in charge of its day – to – day operations as well as success.
Within government, Jason Holliday was elected to several terms on the Decatur Township Board and elected to serve as the Decatur Township Assessor. Jason spent several years as one of the Township Administrators for the City of Indianapolis. This gives him the insight and understanding to maneuver city hall and provide constituent services as the City County Councilor for District 20.
Jason Holliday has been a member of the Wayne, Decatur, and Perry Township Republican Clubs as well as served as Precinct Committeeman and Vice Ward Chairman.
SERVED IN ELECTED OFFICES
∙ Indianapolis /Marion County City/County Council – 2011 to 2015 (Served on Municipal Corporations as well as Parks and Recreation Committees)
∙ Decatur Township Assessor – 2005 to 2008
∙ Decatur Township Board – 1997 to 2005
∙ Been employed in various capacities in the private sector
∙ Been employed in various capacities in city/county government -- most recently as the Decatur Township Administrator
∙ Decatur Township Republican Club (member; past President, Treasurer, and Fund Raising Chair)
∙ Precinct Committee-Person
∙ Vice Ward Chair
∙ Four time Delegate to the Indiana Republican State Convention
∙ Decatur Township Civic Council (member)
∙ Decatur Central Lion’s Club (past member)
∙ Southwest Multi-Service Center -- Board of Directors (past member, past President)
∙ Community Centers of Indianapolis -- Board of Directors (past member)
∙ Indianapolis/Marion County City-County Council appointee to the Common Construction Wage Committee
∙ Life-long resident of south-west side
∙ Graduate of Decatur Central High School
∙ Graduate of Franklin College
Michael Dilk (Republican) represents District 24. Voters elected him in 2019.
Councillor Michael Dilk is a lifelong Perry Township Resident. He is experienced in Finance and Real Estate. Councillor Dilk served on the Perry Township Merit BoardAnd is a member of Southside GOP Club. He graduated from the University of Indianapolis with a degree in Business Administration and Computer Technology. He is also a graduate of Perry Meridian High School.
Brian Mowery is a City-County Councillor in Indianapolis, representing Franklin Township on the southeast side of the city. He is a fiscal conservative and is dedicated to serving the best interests of his constituents. Brian currently serves on the Community Affairs and Education Committee and the Ethics Committee. He is currently serving his first term on the Council.
Brian attended Center Grove High School and graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Marketing. While in college he was employed by Pepsi and is currently a consultant at Direct Connect.
Brian believes in being active in the community. He has coordinated his company’s participation in Drive for Riley Kids, worked as a Special Olympics coach, and supported the Susan G. Komen organization. He’s a member of the Franklin Township GOP Club, and serves as a Franklin Township Vice Ward Chair and a precinct committeeman.