News Sections
Reshuffled Governor's Race Starts Anew Post-Pence
Updated July 27, 2016 5:00 PM | Filed under: Politics
 Print    Archive    RSS

(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's reshuffled campaign for governor has a new look now since Republican leaders have replaced Gov. Mike Pence on the November ballot while he moves to the national stage as Donald Trump's running mate.

Republican Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb must quickly ramp up a campaign and has little more than 100 days to introduce himself to most voters around the state. Democrat John Gregg might need to refocus a campaign that was shaping up as a referendum on Pence in a rematch of the 2012 election that Pence narrowly won.

The next big decision will be Holcomb's selection of a lieutenant governor running mate, which is set to be formally approved by the Republican state committee on Monday. Gregg's running mate is state Rep. Christina Hale of Indianapolis.

« Previous Article
Next Article »

 Print    Archive    RSS

Have a question or comment about a news story? Send it to

Advertise with 1340 AM WBIW
Find more about Weather in Bedford, IN
Advertise with 1340 AM WBIW

1340 AM WBIW, Bedford's Place To Talk. Serving Lawrence and surrounding counties since 1948!

© 2018 Ad-Venture Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved. and Listen Live Powered by HPC

Advertise  |  Careers  |  Contests  |  About  |  Feedback  |  Public File