FORT WAYNE, IN – Today, Eric Doden launched his second TV spot of the 2024 Indiana Gubernatorial Primary and began advertising in the Indianapolis, Terre Haute, and Lafayette media markets.
The second spot, Fixer Upper, highlights Doden’s bold plans for bringing transformative economic revival to communities across Indiana, as well as his plans to grow Indiana’s regions and restore our main streets.
The ad opens with the transformation of Electric Works, a former GE Factory in Fort Wayne. Described as “Doden’s crowning achievement” in a more than $1 billion revitalization of downtown Fort Wayne, the mixed-use campus opened to the public in 2022.
“Indiana can’t be a state where only 3 or 4 counties are thriving, it needs to be a state where all 92 counties are thriving,” conservative outsider Eric Doden said. “We’re going to take our vision and record of restoring main streets and small towns across Indiana.”
The new spot and expansion to the Indianapolis, Terre Haute, and Lafayette markets is the next step in the Doden campaign’s $2 million digital and TV ad campaign. Last month, Doden’s campaign began advertising in the Fort Wayne and South Bend markets and remains the only gubernatorial candidate on air.
A political outsider running on a campaign of ideas, Doden has raised more than $5 million to date and released more substantive policy proposals than all other candidates in the race combined.
WATCH Eric’s new ad below!