Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch to Headline Rascher Event



Event Will Also Feature State Senator Vanetta Becker and State Representative Wendy McNamara

City Council Candidate Natalie Rascher is wasting little time in celebrating her recent primary win. The 2nd Ward Republican Candidate is announcing a major fundraiser that will be headlined by Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and featuring State Senator Vanetta Becker and State Representative Wendy McNamara.

The June 1st Women In Politics Breakfast will be held at the Old Post Office in Downtown Evansville. Rascher will host a panel discussion highlighting the efforts of women taking leadership roles in political positions both locally and statewide; Rascher is the only woman running as a Republican for a position on the Evansville City Council. The group will discuss ways women can take on leadership roles in their careers and in civil service.

All of the Evansville community has been invited to attend. More information and tickets can be found at

Natalie Rascher, a graduate of Leadership Evansville, has a long history of public service on local boards and in community organizations including the Junior League of Evansville, the Greenway Advisory Board, and the Vanderburgh County Alcoholic Beverage Board. She has served as a volunteer for the Evansville Dream Center, the YWCA, and the Alzheimer Association.

Earlier this month she won the Republican nomination for the Evansville City Council 2nd Ward Seat. No other Republican opposed her nomination.