Pair of Democrats Visit the Summit City Stumping for Top Office

By Daniela Salvador

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May 24, 2012 Updated May 25, 2012 at 10:02 AM EDT

Fort Wayne, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Creating jobs, and a less divisive social agenda is the message highlighted Thursday evening in Fort Wayne by the Democratic Party's team in the Indiana governor’s race.

John Gregg and running mate Vi Simpson were on the stump at a union local hall.

Although, some might say Republican congressman Mike Pence and his Lt. Governor running mate Sue Ellspermann are the favorites. The democrats say they have a winning strategy in this race.

Gregg had a long career in the state legislature and Simpson is a longtime state senator from the Bloomington area. They are both claiming they will be the better choice for a top issue with voters, job creation.

The democrats are also criticizing Pence and Ellspermann, saying, if elected, they will pursue a divisive conservative social agenda.

For more on what Simpson had to say click on the video.




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