Governor Daniels Addresses CPAC

By Maureen Mespell

February 11, 2011 Updated Feb 11, 2011 at 11:27 PM EST

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) -- Governor Mitch Daniels served as main speaker at this year's CPAC Convention in Washington, D.C.

He called for sweeping change for America and touted Indiana's budget, remaining in the black.

The three day conference marks the unofficial start of the GOP Presidential nomination fight.

When asked by an Indianapolis newspaper reporter if he would step-down as Governor if he decides to run for President, Daniels did not give a definitive answer.

About a dozen potential candidates spoke before 11,000 conservatives at the event.




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