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Amanda Rubeck

for Zionsville Town Council 2023 
Leadership - Fiscal Expertise - Zionsville Focused
 Planning for Zionsville's future while maintaining what keeps Zionsville unique. 

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November 10, 2022

Amanda Rubeck files to run for Zionsville Town Council


Amanda Rubeck is ready to lend her fiscal expertise and leadership experience while keeping Zionsville at the center of her decision making. She is no stranger to service as she currently serves the community on the Zionsville Finance Committee, Zionsville Community Development Corporation, zWORKS Board of Directors, and will be appointed to the Zionsville Redevelopment Commission in 2023. 

November 15, 2022

Rubeck holds a successful campaign kick-off in bi-partisan fashion


Surrounded by friends, family, and community members Amanda Rubeck kicked off her campaign at Hotel Tango in Zionsville. The evening was attended by members of both political parties. The hosts of the evening were of also bi-partisan demonstrating that Rubeck is a solid choice for Zionsville Town Council and is well supported. 

January 3, 2023

Introduction of Amanda Rubeck to the race for Zionsville Town Council At-Large


Amanda Rubeck is a born and raised Hoosier that selected Zionsville as the community to live, work, and serve. Her favorite thing about Zionsville is the sense of community. 

Amanda has had a successful 20+ year career in the financial industry. She has worked with a vast array of teams and individuals as she currently oversees 22 locations in Central Indiana while working with various lines of business such as municipalities. With a good relationship with both the council and mayor she demonstrates leadership and collaboration. 

Amanda selected to run for Zionsville Town Council to help make Zionsville the place where people want to live, raise a family, and retire. She believes that we're at a pivotal time where we must reimagine workforce development as graduates are looking for a place to live first, then employment.

Amanda is ready to work for the future of Zionsville while ensuring we preserve what is unique about Zionsville. 


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