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Eric Doden gubernatorial campaign has announced contributions for 2023



Indianapolis, Indiana – As per the official announcement released by Eric Doden’s campaign for governor, the campaign has successfully collected over $5 million in donations.

Doden, a former president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, is a candidate for governor who, according to earlier reports, is running on a platform of small-town values and a “robust debate on ideas.”

Doden’s campaign manager, Brian Gamache, stated in a statement that Doden has developed into a “top tier candidate” during the past 12 months.

“In the last year, Eric Doden has gone from unknown to top tier candidate in the race for governor by raising more than $5.5 million, offering the most robust policy proposals, and establishing himself as the only candidate with a plan to save our small towns, rural communities and regional cities,” Gamache said. “Eric is the only candidate who has grown his ballot share in the polls and we have the candidate, resources, and message to win this campaign and deliver a positive future for all 6.8 million Hoosiers.”

As per earlier reports, the deadline for candidates to turn in their 2023 campaign finance reports was Wednesday afternoon.

Candidates for governor of Indiana may formally declare their candidacies starting on January 10, according to representatives of the Indiana Election Division. Other contenders that have declared their desire to compete for the post in 2024 are as follows:

• Mike Braun, the current U.S. Senator for the state of Indiana and a Republican.
• Curtis Hill, a former Indiana Attorney General and a Republican
• Suzanne Crouch, Indiana’s current lieutenant governor and a Republican
• Eric Doden, the former president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and a Republican
• Jamie Reitenour, a Republican
• Jennifer McCormick, the former superintendent of public instruction for Indiana and a Democrat
• Donald Rainwater, a Libertarian.