New Progressive Evansville PAC focused on ‘people issues,’ organizers say

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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) – A new political action committee, called the “Progressive Evansville Political Action Committee” has been formed and registered with the Indiana Election Commission.

The organization said it’s focused on “improving educational, social and economic opportunities” for the people of Evansville.

The group is chaired by Connie Robinson and Rev. Adrian M. Brooks Sr. is treasurer.

“Several people in the community have talked about forming a PAC for some time,” Robinson said. “We all see the need, and the difference it can make. We decided it was time to create Progressive Evansville PAC so we can work for the things that can really help people.”

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(This story was originally published on September 10, 2019)

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