Justin Moed was elected to the Indiana House of Representatives in 2012. He began his work at the Statehouse as a doorkeeper and worked his way up until he became a senior policy analyst for the caucus.
Thanks to years of experience in the Indiana legislature, Moed understands both the challenges and possibilities that come with state government. Since his election, he has worked to put people and solutions first. His focus is on strengthening neighborhoods and helping his constituents navigate the ins-and-outs of government to solve problems.
Moed is known to work across party lines to find common ground on important issues such as economic development, tackling the abandoned housing crisis, holding government accountable and mass transit. He currently serves as ranking minority member on the Financial Institutions committee.
Moed is a graduate of Butler University and a homeowner on the south side of Indianapolis. He is highly involved with the local community, and owns and manages an urban farm in the area. He is an active member of many community groups and organizations, as well as an appointed member of the IUPUI Board of Advisors, the White River State Park Commission, and the State Tourism Council.