Randy Frye has been recognized as Legislator of the Year or with other citations as the author of many successful legislative initiatives involving a range of issues. These include:
The American Legion, for legislation creating statewide veterans services officers, along with many other bills passed by the Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee, which Randy Frye chairs.
The Indiana Fire Chiefs, for legislation leading to the approval of Indiana Task Force One, which responds to disasters in the state.
The Indiana Clean Cities Coalition, for legislation promoting clean domestic natural gas as a motor vehicle fuel. This program has become a national model for similar efforts.
The Indiana Volunteer Firefighters Association, for legislation allowing volunteer firefighters to serve as elected officials. Randy Frye was also honored to receive the IVFA Honorary Lifetime Membership Award.
Randy Frye Overlooking then Governor Mike Pence singing a bill into law.
State Representative Randy Frye was elected to serve Indiana’s House District 67 in 2010. HD 67 includes all or parts of Dearborn, Decatur, Jefferson, Jennings, Ripley, Ohio and Switzerland counties.
Randy Frye, a retired 26-year firefighter and business owner, serves as Chairman of the Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee, as a member of the Roads and Transportation Committee and as a member of the Energy and Telecom Committee. He has been recognized for his legislative leadership on a wide range of important issues concerning public safety, veterans, clean energy and many others. He is pro-life and pro-2nd Amendment.
Rep. Frye is working to continue the progress that has been made in taking Indiana to the Next Level, as Indiana ranks in the top tier of many national economic indicators. On a regional level, Rep. Frye has championed the effort toward siting a fourth port of Indiana at Lawrenceburg.