State Senator, District 50
(800) 382-9467 (317) 232-9400 (812) 473-0123 (812) 479-3776 Cheyenne.Hodges@iga.in.gov Micha.Sabec@iga.in.gov Samantha.Deese@iga.in.gov Senator.Becker@iga.in.gov ballotpedia.org/Vaneta_Becker en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaneta_Becker www.indianasenaterepublicans.com/becker www.indianasenaterepublicans.com/senators/general/vaneta-becker 200 West, Indianapolis IN 46204-2785 4017 Cobblefield, Evansville IN 47711 200 West, Indianapolis IN 46204
Vaneta Becker (October 9, 1949) is an American politician who serves as a Republican Senator in the Indiana Senate representing Senate District 50, which contains portions of Vanderburgh and Warrick County in the southern part of the state. She sits on the Health and Provider Services Committee and chairs its Public Health Subcommittee having moved on from the Chairmanship of the Provider Services Subcommittee. She is the ranking member of the standing committee on Commerce, Public Policy and Interstate Cooperation.Becker graduated from North High School in Evansville and received her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Southern Indiana. She has been a real estate broker in Southwestern Indiana since 1975. Her husband, Andy Guarino, was a principal with Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation. He retired in 2013. Becker was first elected to the Indiana House of Representatives in 1981 and served until 2005. She replaced Greg Server who was elevated to the Indiana Senate. She sits on numerous Interim Study Committees: the Evansville State Hospital Advisory Committee, Indiana Commission on Excellence in Health Care, Health and Child Care Issues Evaluation Committee, Health Finance Commission, Indiana Commission for Women, and the Prescription Drug Advisory Committee. When Server was named to the Mitch Daniels administration, Becker was elected by a party caucus to replace him.
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