Money is continuing to pour in from out of state into the campaign accounts for Indiana's gubernatorial candidates, Eric Holcomb and John Gregg.
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.
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.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg stopped in Muncie on Tuesday to fire up college-aged voters.
Gov. Pence maintains Syrian refugees are a threat to Hoosiers, but during the gubernatorial debate Monday Holcomb said he would welcome refugees.
One of the biggest points of difference between Indiana’s gubernatorial candidates during their Monday debate involved the state’s debate around LGBT rights.
The University of Indianapolis is hosting the debate Monday at 7 p.m.
The candidates for governor of Indiana are set to square off in their second debate.
The Sierra Club says neither of the candidates has an enthusiastic plan to address Indiana's environmental issues.
The Monday’s town hall-style gubernatorial debate focused on education, and took place at Indianapolis’ Lawrence North High School.