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John R. Gregg

John R. Gregg (D)

Candidate for:
Indiana State Governor

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  • Born and raised in Sandborn, Indiana.
  • Worked for two Fortune 500 companies and earned a law degree
  • Served as Speaker of a House evenly divided between Democrats and Republicans for the first time in Indiana history
  • Served two years as interim President of Vincennes University

Recent Stories About John R. Gregg

October 18, 2016


Holcomb Gregg

Candidates For Governor Continue Receiving Funds From Out Of State 

Money is continuing to pour in from out of state into the campaign accounts for Indiana's gubernatorial candidates, Eric Holcomb and John Gregg.

October 14, 2016


Two polls released on the same day claim different levels of support in the gubernatorial race.

Competing Polls: Gregg Up By 12 Points Or Dead Heat? 

A Monmouth University poll shows Democrat John Gregg up by 12 points, but a poll commissioned by the Eric Holcomb campaign shows the candidates tied.

October 13, 2016



Ind. Chamber Of Commerce Urges Improving ‘Quality Of Place’ 

The Chamber’s policy priority letters have included a call for pre-K expansion, more stringent anti-smoking measures and a long-term infrastructure plan.

October 12, 2016



Democrat John Gregg Makes Campaign Stop In Muncie This Week 

Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg stopped in Muncie on Tuesday to fire up college-aged voters.

October 4, 2016


Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb is the Republican candidate for Indiana governor.

Holcomb Distances Himself From Pence On Syrian Refugees In Indiana 

Gov. Pence maintains Syrian refugees are a threat to Hoosiers, but during the gubernatorial debate Monday Holcomb said he would welcome refugees.

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