Hi, I'm Brittany
WHERE I COME FROM
Kloer grew up on her family's Hoosier Homestead Farm in Henry County, Indiana. She earned her bachelor's degree in Agricultural Education with a minor in Horticulture from Purdue in 2008. After graduation she became a teacher at Jay County High School where she taught agriculture from 2008-2020. She earned a master of science and licensure degree in Education, Educational Administration from Purdue University Northwest in 2013, and a master of science in Career and Technical Education, Curriculum, and Instruction from Purdue in 2021. She is currently employed as an area CTE (career and technical education) director.
A THRIVING CAREER
In 2015, Kloer was selected by the Region IV Association of Agricultural Educators Board to serve on the National Policy and By-Laws Committee and served as national chair from 2018-2020. Kloer currently serves as the legislative chair for a CTE non for profit organization. She also served as a stakeholder for the Trump Administration Office of Public Liaison Food and Agricultural Outreach Committee and has been influential in state and federal legislation. Brittany is a strong proponent of community service and volunteers as a member of the Portland Lions Club and the FFA Alumni Organization. She is a resident of Portland where she lives with her husband Brandon Kloer.
Issues and Stances
As I visit with community members of District 33, I have found one common concern: they feel that their voices are not being heard.
When I am elected I want to be the representative that listens to all the community members in our district. I will hold regular town halls so that I can update constituents on what is going on at the Statehouse, answer questions, and most importantly, hear your concerns. I may not give you the answer you want to hear, but I will always be honest with you. The job of a representative is to do what’s best for the people of our district.
We have seen our citizens stripped of many freedoms over the last couple of years. It is very concerning to see individuals being forced to choose between taking a vaccine or losing their job. I will fight for medical freedom when elected and do all that I can to make sure citizens' religious beliefs are being respected.
I support smaller government and fiscal responsibility. Wherever possible, our government should cut out wasteful spending and reduce taxes so that our citizens can keep more of their hard-earned money. Specifically, I will push to have our gas tax decreased to a point where we are closer to the national average rate instead of being one of the highest. Indiana has a $5 billion surplus while also having the 3rd highest gas tax in the US, the fourth-highest diesel tax, and the second-highest sales tax. We are being taxed at an astounding rate which has allowed Indiana to build up this huge surplus so it’s not about putting money back into Hoosier’s pockets, but about not taking it, to begin with. I will work on balancing the budget to keep more money with Hoosier families.
As a constitutional conservative, I am a strong supporter of the 2nd amendment. I believe that American citizens have a right to bear arms that shall not be infringed. I oppose red flag laws or similar laws that would strip citizens of their constitutional rights without due process.
I am a pro-life candidate and strongly believe that life begins at conception. When elected, I will fight to protect the unborn by ending abortion in Indiana. I have been working with Hoosiers for Life and have pledged to sign on to their bill to end abortion.