Conservative Republican.
Less Government. More Freedom.

Victoria Spartz is a natural leader who has a proven track record in the business world, within civic organizations, as well as leadership in the public sector. In many ways, she embodies the American Dream; born overseas, immigrating to the United States 20 years ago, becoming a U.S. citizen, and working her way up from bank teller to CPA to business executive, and successful business owner.

Growing up in Soviet-controlled Ukraine, she experienced firsthand the ills of socialism. Living through this molded her conservative political philosophy: less government is always better and financial and healthcare decisions should be made by individuals in the free market, not bureaucrats and special interests.

Victoria has worked as a CPA in the Big 4 accounting firms for Fortune 500 companies, as an adjunct faculty at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, and served as CFO at the Indiana Attorney General’s Office.

She brought her fiscal conservative approach to the Indiana State Legislature, where she has gained a reputation as a limited government conservative Senator who isn’t afraid to tackle the tough issues and challenge the status quo. She’s fought to repeal needless regulations, ease burdens on Indiana’s job creators, fight for Second Amendment rights, and bring transparency and accountability to state government.

Victoria has been active in the Hamilton County Republican party, served as President of Hamilton County Republican Women and Vice-Chairman of the party, and recognized as Hamilton County Republican Woman of the Year, and 5th District Republican Woman of the Year. She’s also been selected as a GOPAC Emerging Leader, CPA Society Emerging Leader, Scholastic Award recipient from the IU Kelley School of Business, the Indiana Association of Realtor’s Hoosier Life Member Award recipient, Lacy Leadership Program graduate, and Super Bowl Ambassador.

Victoria earned a Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration from the National University of Economics (Ukraine) as well as a Master of Professional Accountancy from the IU Kelley School of Business. She also participated in the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program.

During her term in the State Senate she has served on the following committees: Education and Career Development, Pension and Labor, Environmental Affairs, Insurance and Financial Institutions, and as a Chair of the Audit and Financial Reporting Subcommittee of the Legislative Council.

Victoria and her husband, Jason, a lifelong resident of Hamilton County, reside in Noblesville with their two daughters. Their family businesses include farming and real estate.

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