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IN Focus: Race for Governor, Senate under the radar?

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INDIANAPOLIS - With the news cycle full of headlines on this year's unusual and historic race for President, the race for Governor and Senate in Indiana haven't seen nearly as much attention, even after several dramatic developments and changes on the ballot.

Former senator Evan Bayh (D-IN) is now running for his old seat in the Senate against Congressman Todd Young (R-IN), while Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb (R-IN) has replaced Gov. Pence on the ballot in the race for Governor against Democrat John Gregg.

This past week, Holcomb named a running mate, state auditor Suzanne Crouch, who we caught up with Friday at the Indiana State Fair.

In the video above, see part of our interview with Crouch, and see what our panel is saying about both races as the November election inches closer.

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