Eric Holcomb: “Voters Appreciate a Clear Agenda,” Yet Produces Zero Policy for Race

INDIANAPOLIS – In Eric Holcomb’s own words, Hoosiers “appreciate a clear agenda” when running for office. In fact, Holcomb even says outlining a vision “many times make[s] the winning difference” in those campaigns.

Eric Holcomb may have predicted his own future as he has produced zero policy plans and has said he’s “quite proud” of the failed record of Gov. Mike Pence. And to remind everyone, this is a record that has lower wages for Hoosiers and gives the “OK” to discriminating against the LGBT community.

But don’t take our word for it. Eric Holcomb wrote it himself in his book Leading the Revolution. Excerpts are below.

Holcomb: “Ideas are paramount.” “In Mitch’s case, having the Road Map for Indiana’s Comeback meant he earned a reputation as an idea generator. Holding this position created its own defense. When the opposition’s negative attack machine geared up, we stayed positive. Multiple headlines told the story of opponents who ran negative ads against Mitch’s agenda even though they did not offer an agenda themselves. Voters appreciate a clear agenda, even if they do not agree with all of it. Ideas are paramount and many times make the winning difference.” [Holcomb, Leading the Revolution, p. 23]

Holcomb: “Voters appreciate a clear agenda.” “In Mitch’s case, having the Road Map for Indiana’s Comeback meant he earned a reputation as an idea generator. Holding this position created its own defense. When the opposition’s negative attack machine geared up, we stayed positive. Multiple headlines told the story of opponents who ran negative ads against Mitch’s agenda even though they did not offer an agenda themselves. Voters appreciate a clear agenda, even if they do not agree with all of it. Ideas are paramount and many times make the winning difference.” [Holcomb, Leading the Revolution, p. 23]

Holcomb: Ideas “many times make the winning difference.” “In Mitch’s case, having the Road Map for Indiana’s Comeback meant he earned a reputation as an idea generator. Holding this position created its own defense. When the opposition’s negative attack machine geared up, we stayed positive. Multiple headlines told the story of opponents who ran negative ads against Mitch’s agenda even though they did not offer an agenda themselves. Voters appreciate a clear agenda, even if they do not agree with all of it. Ideas are paramount and many times make the winning difference.” [Holcomb, Leading the Revolution, p. 23]

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