Ind. governor hopefuls lay out jobs ideas for race

By: The Associated Press Email
By: The Associated Press Email

The three men running to replace Gov. Mitch Daniels in November say they'll focus their campaigns largely on job creation as Indiana's economy continues ailing.

Libertarian Rupert Boneham, Democrat John Gregg and Republican
Mike Pence all say the state needs more jobs but had different ideas on how to get them.

Gregg and Pence agree the state needs to spend more money training students for jobs in manufacturing. Boneham says state
government needs to step aside so small businesses can grow more.

The three met with editors at the Indiana Associated Press Managing Editors meeting Saturday.

Pence's massive lead in the money race gives him a bigger bullhorn for his message. But even with a fraction of Pence's resources, ex-"Survivor" star Boneham promises to make a "splash" in the campaign.


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