Frank Mrvan

Indiana, Congress (IL-01)


Frank Mrvan has represented IN-01 since 2021. A longtime public servant, Mrvan brings a deep commitment to his community and a pragmatic approach to problem-solving to his role in Congress.

Born and raised in Hammond, Indiana, Mrvan attended Ball State University, where he earned a degree in psychology. After college, he returned to Northwest Indiana, working in a variety of roles in local government and nonprofit organizations. Mrvan and his wife met in high school, and the couple has raised two daughters.

In 2005, Mrvan's was elected to the North Township Board of Trustees and served as . Trustee for over a decade, where he was known for his innovative approaches to providing social services and his commitment to fiscal responsibility.

On the Issues

Mrvan's first campaign for Congress came in 2020, when he ran for the open seat in Indiana's 1st district. Mrvan,a Democrat, emphasized his record of public service and his deep ties to the community, as well as his commitment to issues like job creation, infrastructure investment, and healthcare access.

In Congress, Mrvan has continued that locally-focused approach, securing a spot on the House Committee on Education and Labor and the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs. He has advocated for policies to support workers, improve public education, and ensure that veterans receive the benefits and services they have earned.

As a member of the Congressional Steel Caucus, Mrvan has also been a strong advocate for Northwest Indiana's steel industry. He has pushed for policies to support domestic manufacturing, enforce trade laws, and invest in the region's infrastructure.

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