SMALL BUSINESS OWNER. COMMUNITY LEADER. FAMILY MAN
Senator Andy Zay is running to represent District 3 in the House of Representatives, which encompasses: all of Adams, Allen, Blackford, DeKalb, Huntington, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wells, and Whitley counties, as well as northern Jay, and northeast Kosciusko counties.
In the state Senate, Zay is a member of the following Senate Committees: Environmental, Pensions and Labor, and Utilities and Commerce Committee.
Senator Zay and his wife, Cindy, were both born and raised in Huntington, Indiana. Cindy started her career with First Federal Savings Bank 35 years ago as a teller and now serves as the Vice-President of Mortgage.
Zay and his wife raised their five children, Joe, Corinne, Rees, Meredith, and Isaac, in Huntington County. The Zay family enjoys being outdoors, spending time together, and participating in sports.
In addition to his duties in the part-time legislature, the Senator manages Zay Leasing & Rentals Inc., a third-generation, family-owned and operated business since 1953.
Andy is running for Congress because Hoosier families deserve better from Washington DC. In Congress, Andy will work to cut taxes, support small businesses, and stand up for Hoosier values.
SMALL BUSINESS OWNER
Andy Zay leads his family business and serves as President of the Indiana Independent Car Dealers Association. As someone who has signed both sides of a check, Zay understands the struggles of job creators and workers alike. Andy Zay is a fiscal conservative who will work tirelessly on behalf of taxpayers in Washington.
Andy Zay is a longtime community and church leader in Huntington and across Northeast Indiana. His commitment to leadership in our region earned him awards from Huntington Catholic Schools and Parkview Huntington YMCA. Andy Zay loves serving others and is honored to serve our community.
Senator Zay and his wife, Cindy, are proud parents to five children. Zay is active in his kids’ school and is a regional leader in Junior -Achievement. That’s why he’s 100% pro-life and fighting to end human trafficking. In Washington, Senator Zay will continue to put Hoosier families first.