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Rascher Launches Mayoral Bid

Natalie Rascher, 37

37-year-old seeking GOP nomination

Another Republican has announced a run for Evansville mayor. WNIN’s John Gibson reports:

Natalie Rascher is seeking the GOP nomination for mayor in the 2023 election.

The 37-year-old Rascher ran unsuccessfully for Evansville City Council in 2019, losing by a narrow margin to Democrat incumbent Missy Mosby.

Rascher works in public accounting in human capital management and organizational development.

She has served as president of the Junior League of Evansville, on the Greenway Advisory board, the Burdette Park board, USI’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Council, as a financial reviewer for the United Way of Southwest Indiana, and currently sits on the Vanderburgh County Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.

In a release, Rascher said she was born and raised in Evansville, and after attending Purdue, IU, and USI, chose to start a career and family here.

Rascher will face fellow Republican and Vanderburgh County Commissioner Cheryl Musgrave and conservative activist Gabe Whitley in the May 5th Primary.

Democrats have yet to announce a candidate.

Republican incumbent Lloyd Winnecke is not seeking another term.