Daniel Elliott lives on a small horse farm with his wife and four children in Green Township, an area in rural southeastern Morgan County.
Daniel was elected as the 56th Indiana State Treasurer on November 8th, 2022. As the state’s chief investment officer, he oversees the management of $16 billion on a daily basis.
Daniel started a small software development company in Martinsville, Indiana. When not serving Indiana you will often find Daniel outdoors hiking or fishing with one of his children or riding his horses in Brown County.
As Indiana’s State Treasurer, Daniel serves as the Chair of the Indiana Bond Bank, the Statewide E-911 Board, the Indiana Education Savings Authority, the ABLE Authority, and the Sole Trustee of the State Police Pension Trust, among a number of other positions.
Daniel served in local government as a member of the Morgan County Council County and President of the Morgan County Redevelopment Commission, where he works to create economic development opportunities in Morgan county.
As President of the RDC , he has learned the importance of developing infrastructure for our local communities.
As a County Councilman, he joined his fellow councilman in leading a county government of more than 350 employees. Daniel has seen firsthand the challenges local elected officials face.
Private Sector Experience
After many years working as a software architect in the technology sector, Daniel started his own software company. Daniel knows first-hand the needs our rural counties face when it comes to ensuring that we have broadband across our state. Moreover, as the owner of a small business, Daniel knows very much the need for government transparency and cutting through the red tape of government bureaucracy.
Daniel served as the chairman of the Morgan County Republican party for a decade.
Daniel is a strong voice for conservative values. He has taken on the Liberal Left and held Republican friends accountable during his tenure as County Chair.