Meet Nick

Nick Siler, a Leavenworth resident and an attorney with a private practice in West Baden Springs, graduated from the University of Dayton in 2002 and received his law degree from the University of Louisville in 2005. Since 2005 he has been in private practice and also previously served as counsel for the Indiana Department of Child Services for seven and a half years, and had represented the Department in all counties of the 47th Senate District.

Meet Nick's Family

Nick and his wife Emily, who works in youth services and is a graphic designer, met while they were living in Salem and have been married over 10 years. They have a 5 year old son, Freddie, and a 3-month old son.

More About Nick

Nick is a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Marengo. He is also a member of Lions Club of French Lick-West Baden, Fraternal Order of the Eagles in Salem, Indiana Farm Bureau, Knights of Columbus, Orange County and Indiana State Bar Associations,  Hometown Collaboration Initiative for Crawford County, and serves on the Board of the Directors of the Crawford County Community Foundation. He has previously served on the Board of Directors of the Washington County Family YMCA and as president of St. Patrick Parish Council in Salem. Nick plays trombone in the Crawford County Community Band and was also selected for this year’s class of the Emerging Leaders Program for the Indiana Democratic Party.

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Nick Siler for Southern Indiana, Royce M. Springer, Treasurer
Make contributions payable by check or money order to “Nick Siler for Southern Indiana.”
Address:  Post Office Box 188, French Lick, Indiana 47432
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Public Education

Knowledge and learning, generally diffused throughout a community, being essential to the preservation of a free government…

 

Public Health

Indiana is facing a crisis in the epidemic of substance abuse, and we need everyone to put ideologies aside to find a solution to drug abuse…

 

Public Infrastructure

When we drive where we want to go on good roads, turn on the faucet and clean water comes out. Flip the switch and light appears…

 

Public Safety

Nick supports the efforts and sacrifices of the Indiana State Police, County Sheriffs, and local police and town marshalls…