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Chris Chyung is the senior campaign manager for the State House to White House Initiative at American Progress. As a member of the Indiana House of Representatives, Chyung served on the committees for Veterans Affairs and Public Safety, Roads and Transportation, and Financial Institutions; and he was ranking minority member of the Local Government Committee.

Chyung holds a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from Columbia University.

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