Mike Braun For Senate – A Business Leader & Small Business Champion


Indiana depends on small businesses to keep its economy thriving – and we need leaders like Mike Braun in the U.S. Senate to keep Main Street strong and our economy booming. 

As a business leader, Mike Braun has created hundreds of jobs, and he’s seen first-hand the difficulties that small business owners face.  He believes that reducing regulatory burdens, cutting taxes, and repealing ObamaCare will grow jobs in Indiana and keep our economy thriving.

Mike Braun is the political outsider and business leader Indiana needs in the U.S. Senate.

On November 6, vote Mike Braun for U.S. Senate. 



Meet Mike Braun

As founder and CEO of Meyer Distributing and owner of Meyer Logistics, Mike Braun – NFIB member since 1972 – has employed thousands of Americans across the United States. Braun’s companies serve all 50 states and have locations in 38 states, with Meyer’s corporate headquarters located in Jasper, Indiana.

Braun graduated summa cum laude from Wabash College with an economics degree, also serving as president of the student body during that time. From there, Braun went to Harvard Business School, where he earned his M.B.A. After Harvard, he returned to Jasper where he established Crystal Farms, Inc., which would become the largest turkey operation in the Midwest. Braun has been actively involved in his community. He served as a member of the local Jasper School Board and served in the Indiana State House of Representatives from 2014-2017.

Braun has been a businessman his entire adult life and understands the difficulties small business owners face. His top priorities, should he serve in the Senate, mirror those of NFIB. Braun states that “government is not the driver of new job creation or economic prosperity” and believes that cutting back taxes, removing burdensome regulations, and repealing Obamacare will allow for an environment where jobs can be created.




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