First female Republican to run for governor, Crouch, has over $3 million for her campaign

EVANSVILLE – Suzanne Crouch, current Indiana Lieutenant Governor, announces she has over $3.1 million on hand as she heads into 2023 in her campaign for Governor. 

Suzanne Crouch

“We have exceeded our 2022 fundraising goals, and our numbers are strong. I will be competitive with anyone in this Governor’s race,” said Crouch. 

“Crouch has over 800 unique donors who contributed over $1.7 million in 2022. These donors came from every part of Indiana to invest in her campaign for Governor. Hoosiers are trusting Suzanne Crouch because they know she will deliver on the issues important to them,” said campaign spokesperson April Gregory. 

“I’m a conservative leader that has fought for Indiana, and I’ve connected with Hoosiers in all 92 counties. My fundraising numbers reflect those relationships I’ve built,” Crouch said.

Crouch is the first Republican woman in Indiana to ever run for Governor. 

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