Gregg vows to end Indiana war on education

The middle of the road may be the one that leads to victory in the race to become the next governor of the State of Indiana.

That’s the belief of Democratic candidate John Gregg, who spoke in Goshen today.

“And as I tell people, we quit fighting over license plates and Girl Scout cookies and some of these social issues and work together we can move Indiana forward,” said Gregg.

Gregg called his Republican opponent Mike Pence an “extremist.”

“Bringing a message to what we consider “Lugar Republicans” or moderate Republicans, talking to them and challenging to look beyond the party labels.”

Gregg came to Elkhart County knowing it has a strong reputation as a Republican strong-hold.

Gregg came to town taking a strong ‘anti-war’ stance. “I’m a former president of Vincennes University and I like to tell people that under the Gregg administration that the war on public education and public educators, meaning school teachers, will be over because I want to hear the opinions of school teachers, and superintendents, and principals and board members. I don’t believe the best ideas come out of Indianapolis.”


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