Gregg focused on improving Indiana infrastructure


The Democratic candidate for Indiana governor says the wave of the future is to improve the state's roads, bridges and railroads.

John Gregg says he wants to give Indiana potential access to $3.5 billion to spend on infrastructure projects throughout the state without dipping into existing reserves and could create more than 97 Indiana jobs.

"Every time we add one job in this state it benefits all Hoosiers," Gregg said.

Gregg will face Republican Mike Pence and Libertarian Rupert Boneham in the November election.

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