GREENCASTLE — Rep. Jim Baird announced the addition of Brittany Daniel Wallace as director of operations for his congressional campaign in Indiana’s Fourth District.

Originally from Cloverdale, Wallace has spent most of her life in the southern part of the Fourth District. She graduated from Cloverdale High School and received her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University-Bloomington. While she attended Indiana University, she was involved in multiple political campaigns including Vice President Mike Pence’s gubernatorial race and Senator Todd Young’s congressional race.

Wallace started serving in Congressman Todd Rokita’s congressional office in 2013. She was then asked to serve as his political director for his 2014 re-election campaign and held that position until she was promoted to campaign manager for his 2016 re-election campaign. Wallace also returned to Congressman Rokita’s official office in 2015, where she held the position of projects coordinator and was later elevated to casework manager. In this role, she handled all of the office’s immigration, veteran, and active military casework.

“Ms. Wallace’s service with Congressman Rokita gives her a strong understanding of the Fourth District. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our campaign and we are glad to have her on our team,” Baird said.

The Fourth District encompasses all or parts of 16 counties in central and northwestern Indiana. For more information about Baird, visit ElectJimBaird.com.

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