NBC News reports:
Sen. Mike Braun, an Indiana Republican, has formed a campaign to run for governor in 2024, according to paperwork filed Tuesday. The development had been expected for months, with Braun hinting hard that he was interested in the race.
Braun’s chief of staff acknowledged the filing and said that the first-term senator “will be making an official announcement of his candidacy very soon.” Braun’s decision opens up a Senate seat in what’s become a reliably red state since he unseated Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly in 2018.
Read the full article. Current GOP Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb will be term-limited out of office in 2024.
GOP Sen. Mike Braun files paperwork to run for governor in Indiana
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