Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence will announce his choice for running mate Monday. A few names are being floated as possibilities.
The democratic gubernatorial candidate also spoke about hopes for a revised I-69 plan that might benefit local businesses.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate says eliminating the tax would attract businesses to the state.
A Department of Workforce Development spokesman says small firms can leave the money with the state to offset future tax burdens.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate says Indiana should eliminate the state tax on gasoline.
John Gregg is pushing Republican candidate to explain his views on abortion.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim Wallace has announced his economic plan.
Columbus Mayor Fred Armstrong says he’s been contacted about the possibility he might want to run for lieutenant governor in 2012.
Democrats are already branding Pence a Washington politician, but Pence counters that it's that very experience that has prepared him for the job.
A day before a scheduled event kicking off his run for governor, 6th District congressman Mike Pence took questions about his candidacy from reporters Friday.