Fort Wayne resident Eric Doden didn’t throw his hat into the race for governor of Indiana just last week or even last month. He’s been on the 2024 campaign trail for two years with a strategy to make state government more efficient and communities more prosperous.
In remarks April 19 to an audience of over 300 at the Allen County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner at Ceruti’s on Innovation Boulevard in Fort Wayne, Doden told of addressing groups of teenagers and asking them if they expected to remain in their hometown after graduation. “Out of a group of 50, less than half raised their hands,” Doden recalled. “When I asked if they would stay in Indiana, hardly anybody put up a hand.”
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