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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

August 30, 2016


The Indiana University Public Policy Institute hosts the Thriving Communities, Thriving State Gubernatorial Forum.

WATCH LIVE: Gubernatorial Candidate Forum 

All three candidates join Justice Randall Shepard individually for conversations about their vision for the State of Indiana.

August 29, 2016


John Gregg for Governor TV ad.

Gregg Discusses Public Safety Plan During Stop In Evansville 

Gregg focused on numerous topics including cyber crime and protecting minors from sexual violence.

August 24, 2016


corn field

Gubernatorial Candidates Speak On Rural Issues At Ag Forum 

All three candidates for governor addressed members of Indiana’s agricultural community Tuesday at the Farm Bureau’s gubernatorial candidate forum.

August 23, 2016


Two televised evening debate among the gubernatorial candidates are being planned for October.

Holcomb, Gregg & Rex To Meet In First Gov. Debate 

The first debate involving Democrat John Gregg, Republican Eric Holcomb and Libertarian Rex Bell will be held on September 27.

July 25, 2016


John Gregg for Governor TV ad.

Gregg Marches In Elkhart Parade, Boasts Business Experience 

Democratic candidate for Indiana governor John Gregg marched with supporters in Goshen at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair Parade on Sunday.

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