Lieutenant Governor Eric Holcomb will announce his economic development plan Tuesday in Indianapolis. A spokesperson for the Republican candidate for governor says the announcement is the first piece of a four-part plan to "take Indiana to the next level."
Holcomb and his running mate, State Auditor Suzanne Crouch, will unveil the plan at DeveloperTown in Indy. They will be joined by Barbara Quandt Underwood, state director of the National Federation of Independent Business and Nancy Smith, president of the Indiana Association of Realtors.
"On the campaign trail, Eric has consistently focused on the four areas he believes are necessary to continue Indiana’s forward momentum: economic development, community development, excellence in education and providing good state government at a great taxpayer value," said Mike O’Brien, campaign manager for Holcomb. "This plan, and the ones to follow, have been developed after discussions with Hoosiers across the state, and if he’s honored to serve as Governor, this plan will become Eric’s legislative agenda and his focus in office."
The announcement is scheduled for 1:30 p.m.