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Indiana gubernatorial candidates discuss issues, platforms during forum

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Six candidates running for governor in Indiana discussed their running platforms and economic issues throughout the state at a forum on Friday.

Five Republicans and one libertarian gubernatorial candidate discussed taxes, the state of the economy and other investments during the Greater Columbus Economic Development Corporation annual meeting.

Republican candidates Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, U.S. Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.), Fort Wayne businessman Eric Doden, former Attorney General Curtis Hill and former commerce secretary Brad Chambers joined Libertarian candidate Donald Rainwater to discuss how they saw the economy informing their platforms as governor.

The primary election in Indiana is on May 7.

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