Sen. Vic Heinold

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Sen. Vic Heinold was an Indiana State Senator, first elected in 2004 to represent Indiana's Senate District 5, which includes Jasper, LaPorte, Marshall, Porter, Pulaski, St. Joseph, and Starke counties.[1] As a state senator, he served on the Senate Committees on Agriculture & Small Business, Commerce & Transportation, Elections & Civic Affairs, and Homeland Security, Utilities & Public Policy. Heinold grew up in Indiana, attended Purdue University and was the primary proprietor of Heinold Elevator & Feed. Following the 2007 legislative session, he moved to Louisiana to become a general manager for Consolidated Grain and Barge Company.[2] Heinold was one of three sponsors of Indiana's 2005 amendment to its Right to Farm Act.

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  1. 2007 Indiana Senate Resolution 67, Accessed July 30, 2011.
  2. Patrick Guinane, "Heinold preparing for move," Northwest Indiana Times, May 9, 2011, Accessed July 30, 2011.