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Chris Harrison endorsed by Central Illinois Polical Action Comitte (CIPAC)

March 19, 2013

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March 15, 2013

Phone: 217-422-2200


For Immediate Release


Endorsements Announced by Central Illinois Political Action Committee (CIPAC)

Decatur, IL – CIPAC announces its endorsement of support for the following candidates for the Decatur City Council, Decatur Park Commissioner, and the Decatur School Board.


Decatur City Council:

Decatur Park Commissioner:

Decatur School Board:


CIPAC conducted live interviews with the candidates to further understand their views on issues facing Macon County including: economic development, education and attracting and retaining businesses and population in Macon County.


After careful review of their individual policy positions, CIPAC chose to endorse the candidates that will best promote Macon County’s business climate.


The April 2013 local election will be critical to the future of businesses in Macon County. CIPAC voted to endorse candidates who will provide support crucial to area businesses once elected. CIPAC recognizes the importance of having these pro-business candidates in office as a powerful voice advocating on behalf of the business community.


About the Central Illinois Political Action Committee (CIPAC):
The purpose of CIPAC is to improve government and business in the State of Illinois by assisting candidates seeking nomination and election to state and local offices in Illinois and by supporting or opposing public policy issues.

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