John Gregg blasts Eric Holcomb for lack of plans if elected Governor

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP): Indiana Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg is deriding Republican candidate Eric Holcomb for not offering any plans for what he would do if elected to the state’s top office.

Gregg toured an Indianapolis high school’s career center Monday with Democratic state school Superintendent Glenda Ritz to highlight their proposals for improving vocational training programs around the state.

Gregg said afterward that Holcomb has offered only rhetoric on issues such as education and economic development since replacing Mike Pence as the Republican candidate for governor in July. Gregg says “there’s nothing out there” on what policies Holcomb would push as governor.

Holcomb has said he wants to continue what he calls the state’s progress under the past 12 years of Republican governors.

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