INDIANPOLIS (WAVE) - In Indiana,
November 6, 2012 is more than just the date of the presidential election, Hoosiers
will choose a new chief executive.
The three men who want to
be Indiana's next governor faced off in their first debate on Wednesday night.
Republican Mike Pence, Libertarian
Rupert Boneham and Democrat John Gregg took part in an hour-long debate in Zionsville.
One of the questions
answered during the debate came from Michael Moody of Georgetown, Indiana who
wanted to know about government regulations and unions.
Boneham answered, "Let the
market determine whether unions are valued or not."
Pence said, "I truly
believe in individual freedom and that people ought not to be required to join
a union as a condition of their employment but I also believe that it's going
to help create jobs in Indiana."
Gregg responded, "I think
right to work was wrong. I think it's going to lead to lower-paying jobs for
everybody and the type of jobs that we attract. I don't want poverty-level jobs
The Hoosier candidates for
governor next face each other in a debate on October 17 at the University of Notre
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