Richard E. Mourdock

State Treasurer at Indiana Office of the State Treasurer

Richard E. Mourdock

Richard E. Mourdock

State Treasurer at Indiana Office of the State Treasurer



MA, Geology, Ball State University, 1975
BS, Natural Systems, Defiance College, 1973
Political Experience

Candidate, United States Senate, 2012
Treasurer, State of Indiana, 2006-present
Candidate, Republican Nominee, Indiana Secretary of State, 2002
Commissioner, Vanderburgh County, 1995-2002
Secretary, Vanderburgh County Republican Central Committee, 1994
Candidate, Republican Nominee, United States Congress, Indiana, District 8, 1990, 1992
Current Legislative Committees

No committee memberships found.

Caucuses/Non-Legislative Committees

Chair, Indiana Bond Bank
Member, Indiana Education Savings Authority
Trustee, State Police Pension Plan
Member, Advisory Board, Wireless Enhanced 911
Professional Experience

Principal, R.E. Mourdock and Associates, Limited Liability Company, 2001-present
Executive, Koester Companies, Incorporated, 1984-2000
Senior Geologist, Standard Oil Company, 1979-1984
Field Geologist, AMAX Coal Company, 1975-1979
Secretary, Investment Manager, Indiana Board for Depositories

Vice-Chair, College Savings Plans Network
Vice-President, National Association of State Treasurers, Midwest Region

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Primary Location

Darmstadt, IN


10/08/1951 - Wauseon, OH



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Chief Financial Officer at State of Indiana

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Indianapolis Managing Partner at Barnes & Thornburg LLP

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August 16, 2019
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The Washington Post
August 16, 2019
From protesting a war to 'packing my bags' for one
The Cincinnati Enquirer (Ohio)
May 22, 2019
Story on substitute insensitive
Washington Post Blogs
May 17, 2019
Republicans asked about abortion ban: Run away!
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Richard E. Mourdock
State Treasurer at Indiana Office of the State Treasurer
Master of Arts in Geology
Class of 1975

Founded in 1918, Ball State is a state-assisted residential university in Muncie, Indiana, a midsize Midwestern city one hour northeast of Indianapolis. Ball State is ranked a research university, high research activity by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Individual programs are accredited by various regional and national organizations. At Ball State, they're more than just educators—they're educational entrepreneurs. Combining top-flight talent with the top-notch resources they have to offer, theirr students and faculty inject endless energy and creativity into what they teach and how they learn. The result—a university The Princeton Review calls one of the best in the Midwest. To fulfill Ball State's mission of fundamentally changing their students, researchers and external partners, they offer comprehensive academic opportunities, including about 180 undergraduate majors and preprofessional programs and more than 100 master's and doctoral degrees. Ball State's programs in architecture, telecommunications, landscape architecture, education, entrepreneurship and online master’s degree in nursing are consistently ranked among the best in the nation. That excellence is only possible because of the quality of Ball State's faculty and their commitment to teaching. More than 90 percent of Ball State's classes are taught by professors. That's almost unheard of at an institution of Ball State's size. Ball State believes that for an educational experience to be successful, it should be just that—an experience. So Ball State has made a unique commitment to immersive learning programs that incorporate research, projects with community partners and capstone experiences into the curriculum. Acting, musical theatre, and telecommunications students participate in talent showcases in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Students in Ball State's entrepreneurship program face the ultimate pass or fail test—to graduate, they must pitch a business plan that a panel of experts deems viable. Ball State enrolls about 21,000 students, with more than 17,800 attending on campus. Students come from 48 states, two U.S. territories, about 43 countries, and every Indiana county. Out-of-state students make up about 13 percent of on-campus enrollment, and ethnic minorities comprise about 12 percent. The university enrolls more than 675 international students. Today, Ball State’s entrepreneurial spirit continues to shine through numerous expansions and additions of degree offerings, technological resources, immersive learning opportunities, community outreach projects, and state-of-the-art facilities. These investments are preparing bright students to take advantage of current and emerging job opportunities, meet society’s most pressing needs and serve the communities in which they will live and work.

Bachelor of Science in Natural Systems
Class of 1973

Defiance College provides students with rigorous academic programming and distinctive and dynamic service learning experiences. Moreover, Defiance College is recognized as a leader in using ever-changing student-centered approaches to lifelong learning. As a United Church of Christ related college, the Defiance College community of engaged learners is dedicated to developing the whole person through instilling within our students a search for truth, sensitivity to our world and diverse cultures within it; and an ability to lead in their chosen professions in a spirit of global service. Defiance College emphasizes learning based on the four pillars of our educational philosophy: to know, to understand, to lead, and to serve. Students' tuition and fees allow us to complete our exempt purpose of providing education by furnishing the resources needed to engage faculty, staff and support services to allow the students to secure an education.

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