INDIANAPOLIS – With one day before Election Day, it’s worth noting that Hoosier families have fallen behind the rest of the nation over the last four Mike Pence-Eric Holcomb years.
Yet, Eric Holcomb continues to be “quite proud” of the last four years and an Indiana economy that has Hoosier wages falling and economic growth consistently trailing the national average. Actually, Eric Holcomb ignores these facts, and like other Statehouse Republicans, is betting on the snapshot of a jobs number for political success.
“Eric Holcomb says he is ‘quite proud’ of the last four years and an Indiana economy where Hoosiers are working more for less while our state grows much slower than everyone else,” said John Zody, chairman. “Eric Holcomb not only wants to continue with these failed economic policies, but he also won’t admit Indiana is falling behind the rest of the nation. Hoosiers deserve a governor who will be honest about the economy and not just tout a jobs number that only tells a piece of the story.”
BACKGROUND INFORMATION: INDIANA IS FALLING BEHIND THE REST OF THE NATION