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Commentary: Soundbites reveal much about gubernatorial campaigns

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Commentary: Soundbites reveal much about gubernatorial campaigns

By John Krull The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – Democrat John Gregg and Republican Mike Pence did the duel of photo ops and sound bites last week as they formally filed to run for governor this year. Pence – flanked by 92 volunteers, one from each of Indiana’s 92 counties – came to the Indiana secretary […]

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Democrat John Gregg files to run for governor

INDIANAPOLIS – Former House Speaker John Gregg, a Democrat from Sandborn, filed his petitions and paperwork Thursday to run for governor. Gregg delivered a box of petitions himself to the Indiana Election Division. He is not expected to face opposition in the Democratic primary. Candidates for U.S. Senate must collect at least 4,500 signatures, including […]

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Pence makes his gubernatorial candidacy official with filing

By Megan Banta The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS — U.S. Rep. Mike Pence, R-Ind., filed signatures Monday with the Indiana Election Division, making his candidacy for governor official. Pence filed more than 13,000 petition signatures from all 92 counties, securing his place on the ballot for the Republican primary on May 8. Pence said the filing […]

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Pence outraises Gregg significantly in governor’s race

By Megan Banta The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS — Campaign finance figures released Wednesday showed that Republican Mike Pence raised nearly three times as much money in 2011 as his likely opponent, Democrat John Gregg. Pence raised slightly more than $5 million between May 5, 2011 – when he announced his campaign – and the end […]

Commentary: Democrats reveal their disarray

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Commentary: Democrats reveal their disarray

By John Krull The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS — Will Rogers once said: “I’m not a member of any organized party.  I’m a Democrat.” At the end of last week and through the weekend, Indiana Democrats did their best to demonstrate that Rogers was right. The comedy began last week when Indiana Democratic Party Chair Dan […]

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Democrats try to move on after messy leadership fight

By Lesley Weidenbener The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Democrats acknowledged Monday they face a significant challenge trying to unite the party in time for important 2012 elections after a messy leadership squabble over the weekend left key officials divided. Some members of the party’s central committee said they are frustrated about a three-hour closed […]


John Gregg to start campaign tour Saturday

INDIANAPOLIS — Democrat John Gregg will launch what he’s calling the official kickoff of his 2012 campaign for governor with an event Saturday in his hometown of Sandborn. Gregg, a former speaker of the Indiana House, confirmed in August that he would seek the Democratic nomination for governor. But his announcement said that this weekend’s […]