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Sen. Braun files to run for governor, McCormick considers

STATE WIDE (Network Indiana): Senator Mike Braun is running for governor. He filed paperwork Tuesday, after promising to make a decision on whether to run by Dec. 1. Gov. Eric Holcomb cannot run for another term because of term limits.

Braun’s run for governor (as a Republican) means that his seat in the U.S. Senate will be open.

Braun has advocated for term limits, and has repeated his disgust with the way the federal legislative branch is run, particularly in the way your tax money is budgeted, or not budgeted, meaning Congress often avoids making a budget in favor of “continuing resolutions”.

Braun also introduced a balance budget amendment to a bill this year that was largely ignored by members of his own party.

Dr.  Jennifer McCormick, the former state superintendent of Public Instruction, is exploring whether she will run for governor.

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1 comment

Slacker06 December 1, 2022 at 9:51 am

Braun will be a much better governor than Dopey Prince Eric the Chinless Wonder of Hoosierville. The fix is in. Holcomb will announce for US Senate. That will be a disaster for Hoosiers. We already have a squish senator in the form of Toad Young. McCormick will be a disaster as governor. Just ask yourself. During her stint as head of the education department did your school do better or worse?


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