• Gubernatorial candidates talk plans for state in talks in Indianapolis today

    August 23, 2012 No comments

    Democrat John Gregg and Republican Mike Pence are rolling out new plans for Indiana if they win the governor’s office in November.

    Gregg planned to talk about improving international trade and exports at an Indianapolis stop Thursday morning. The Pence campaign said the Republican candidate would talk about a new education proposal at Marian University in Indianapolis on Thursday afternoon.

    The two opponents have already rolled out many of their ideas for how they would run the state if elected governor.

    Pence has called for cutting the state’s income tax by 10 percent, establishing a moratorium on new regulations and improving vocational education. Gregg says he would eliminate the sales tax on gasoline, send more state contracts to Indiana businesses and promote equal pay for women.

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