Evans is right leader at right time for Porter County

2012-05-01T00:00:00Z Evans is right leader at right time for Porter County nwitimes.com
May 01, 2012 12:00 am

As a township trustee, I see poor relief applicants every day who are reeling from underemployment or unemployment. Porter County needs good paying and sustainable jobs, and the tools to prepare our workforce for those jobs.

John Evans recognized that challenge and answered the call. He has brought the entire county together to prepare and implement a coordinated economic development strategy to attract new businesses and new jobs. Through John's leadership, our cities and towns are working hand-in-hand with the county to put our citizens back to work.

John also partnered with local non profits to save our adult education system, a critical service that people will need to prepare for 21st century jobs.

Please join me in supporting Evans for Porter County commissioner. He is the right leader at the right time!

- Center Township Trustee Charles W. Conover

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