Indiana Governor Candidates Summarize Views

Pence wants to cut the income tax, Gregg proposes corporate income tax credits and Boneham wants to decentralize government functions.

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Hoosiers have three candidates to choose from to succeed Republican Mitch Daniels.

Hoosiers will choose from among three candidates to succeed Republican Governor Mitch Daniels.

Republican Mike Pence is calling for a renewed emphasis on vocational education in Indiana schools to give employers a better-trained hiring pool, and for a 10-percent across-the-board cut in the income tax. He says that would give consumers more to spend while helping the 90-percent of Indiana businesses who pay taxes on the individual return.

Democrat John Gregg is emphasizing his record of working with a Republican Senate as Indiana House speaker. He charges Pence‘s emphasis on the economy is just a cover for what he contends is Pence‘s true interest which is social issues.

Gregg notes he and Pence are both anti-abortion, but he blasts Pence for leading an effort in Congress to ban federal funding for Planned Parenthood. Gregg has proposed corporate income tax credits for all Indiana-based firms, or for out-of-state firms in selected areas such as advanced manufacturing.

Libertarian Rupert Boneham says Daniels has centralized too many government functions that should be returned to the local level.

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