Kenley, a former grocery store owner who was first elected in 1992, said he is running for office again because he wants to work on a long-term funding solution for shoring up Indiana’s roads and infrastructure.
With less than two months until Election Day, Eric Holcomb, 48, is in a dead heat in the race for governor. Holcomb describes his career as one of “answering the call.” But he says he reflected with his wife, Janet, before committing to this fall’s campaign.
Democrat John Gregg is trying to avenge his loss to Republican Gov. Mike Pence four years ago. But it wasn't easy to decide to run again. His wife told him to get in the race only if it was "about serving and having a servant’s heart." That made up his mind.
Protecting Indiana's state government surplus and completing some big-ticket transportation projects are among the items Republican gubernatorial candidate Eric Holcomb said Tuesday were keys for spurring business growth.