WASHINGTON — U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Mike Braun (R-Ind.) today supported the confirmation of Holly A. Brady from Fort Wayne to serve as United States District Judge for the Northern District of Indiana. Ms. Brady was confirmed by a 56-42 vote in the Senate. 

“Holly Brady will make an outstanding U.S. district court judge in Indiana. Holly has deep roots in the Fort Wayne community and has had a strong federal practice. Her credentials are impressive and I believe she will become a strong jurist with a commitment to the rule of law. After waiting a year since her nomination, I’m proud that Holly can now serve Hoosiers in Indiana’s Northern District,” said Senator Young. “It’s unfair qualified nominees have been put on hold and used as a political ploy. I’m glad that we are finally able to confirm one of those nominees today.”

“President Trump continued his strong commitment to nominating conservative judges to the bench who respect the rule of law with his selection of Holly Brady for the U.S. District Court for Northern Indiana. I am proud that Judge Brady will finally be able to serve Hoosiers despite historic obstruction from Democrats politicizing our judiciary for partisan gain,” said Senator Braun.

Holly Brady’s nomination was announced exactly a year ago today last April. Last week, Senator Young spoke out with about nominees awaiting a vote during a press stakeout.

Holly Brady is a partner in the Fort Wayne law firm of Haller & Colvin, PC, where she focuses her practice on civil, employment, and labor litigation. Prior to joining the firm in 2007, she served as a partner at Theisen, Bowers, & Brady, LLC, as an associate in the labor and employment litigation section at Barnes & Thornburg LLP, and as an associate in the labor law firm of Gallucci, Hopkins & Theisen, PC. Ms. Brady earned her B.A. from Indiana University at Bloomington and her J.D. from the Valparaiso University School of Law. Each year since 2013, Ms. Brady has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for labor and employment law. She is involved in numerous community organizations and has served on the Northern District of Indiana Federal Community Defenders Board of Directors and as Vice President of the Ft Wayne Sexual Assault Treatment Center.

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