House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) has selected House Republican Deputy Chief of Staff and Policy Director Tyler Campbell (pictured) to serve as chief of staff for House Republicans. He has served on House staff since 2006 and is a licensed attorney. In 2011, Campbell graduated from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and he also holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and legal studies from Ball State University. 

Chief of Staff Lesley Crane is stepping down to spend more time with her growing family, but will return to the House as parliamentarian during the 2018 legislative session. In addition to three children, Crane and her husband recently adopted a son from Haiti. She served as chief of staff for five years after having served as chief counsel for six years with the House Republican Caucus.

Also, Deputy Policy Director Danny Kelley (pictured) has been promoted to policy director. He has served on staff since 2007 and holds a degree in political science and law from Spring Hill College.

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