Todd Rokita served as the U.S. Congressman from Indiana's Fourth Congressional District from 2011 to 2019 and was Indiana's Secretary of State from 2002 to 2010, the youngest in the nation at the time. During his time in Congress, Rokita was vice chairman of the House Committee on the Budget, while also serving on House Committees on Education and the Workforce and Transportation and Infrastructure. Rokita's work in Congress received praise for addressing regulatory relief, decentralizing the federal government's role in education, and significantly reforming how our nation’s infrastructure is managed and paid for, while introducing new transportation concepts to solve 21st-century challenges. Newsmax listed Rokita as one of the top 25 Hardest Working Members of Congress and among the Top 5 Most Accessible. Rokita practiced law for several years before entering politics and retains an active law license. Rokita lives in Brownsburg, IN with his wife Kathy and their two boys, Teddy and Ryan. He also serves on the Foundation Board of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.