Brownsburg – Indiana Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch was in Brownsburg last week to speak to the Brownsburg Rotary Club. It was one of many stops the Lt. Governor is making all over the state during the month of December. Among the many questions she answered that day, one was why she felt it was important to make appearances at service clubs and events around the Hoosier state. Here’s what she had to say:
Coming from local government and then being in state government I understand that it is so important to connect with people and to get their input and to hear about the issues that they are dealing with. But also how important it is to let them know that we at the statehouse, Governor Holcomb and I, appreciate what they’ve accomplished in their communities.
Crouch had spoke at the Wabash Business Complex last Tuesday, and over the weekend, appeared at the Indiana Blood Center Bleed Blue Blood Drive at Lucas Oil Stadium. The complete interview we did with the Lt. Governor can be heard Thursday night on Central Indiana Today right here on WYRZ.