Holcomb Visits Evansville in Final Stretch of Campaign Trail

Incumbent Governor Eric Holcomb, alongside Governor Suzanne Crouch and Indiana Senator Todd Young, made a pit stop in Evansville on Monday.

Posted: Nov 2, 2020 9:55 AM
Updated: Nov 2, 2020 12:11 PM

With Election Day 2020 only one day away, incumbent Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, like many candidates across the county, is making his final appeal to voters.

Holcomb made a stop in Evansville on Monday morning, with Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch and Indiana Senator Todd Young doing the same.

In the Indiana gubernatorial race, Holcomb faces Libertarian candidate Donald Rainwater and Democratic candidate Dr. Woodrow Meyers, who also visited Evansville in August.

Key issues in the race have spanned gun rights, teacher pay, environmental issues, taxes, and the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. If you missed the first gubernatorial debate between the three candidates, you can watch it in full here. The second of the two debates can also be viewed by clicking here

A recent poll indicates the incumbent governor currently holds nearly 50% of voter support, with Meyers trailing behind at roughly 29%. Rainwater currently has about 15% of Hoosier support.

Following their Monday stop in the River City, the trio will also travel to Jeffersonville and Columbus.

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