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November 1, 2012

2012 Candidate profiles

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“With job creation at the forefront of my campaign, I believe we can make Indiana the most attractive place in the Midwest to start a business, grow a business, or get a job:

n The time has come to cut taxes for every Hoosier, in the city, in the factory, and on the farm. For this reason, I have announced plans to cut the personal income tax by 10 percent, the largest cut in individual income tax in Indiana.

n Critical to the Hoosier economy, 48 percent of Indiana’s jobs exist in small businesses. In order to help them continue to hire Hoosiers, I have pushed to freeze new regulations until existing regulations can be reviewed for cost-effectiveness and to ensure they place the least burden on job creation.

n In order to bring more jobs to Hoosiers, I believe Indiana must work to launch and attract more high-growth, high-impact firms. To do so, I have outlined ways to accelerate Indiana innovation by encouraging collaboration between Indiana’s world-class research universities and the private sector.

n To provide better opportunities for the next generation of Hoosier leaders, I have proposed plans to improve career, technical, and vocational education for Indiana high school students and make higher education more affordable and accessible. Indiana should aspire to have the best-educated and best-skilled high school graduates, and our schools should prepare Hoosier students to either successfully enter the workforce or pursue higher education, at an affordable cost with realistic expectations, upon graduation.

“To learn more about all 13 of my policy proposals to make Indiana the state that works, please visit www.RoadmapforIndiana.com.”

 

John Gregg - D

Gregg

John is a lifelong Hoosier, born and raised in the town of Sandborn in Southwest Indiana. John is the only candidate with experience in job creation, higher education, and state government.

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