IN Focus: Candidates for governor discuss key issues facing state

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INDIANAPOLIS - The candidates seeking to replace Gov. Mike Pence are preparing for their first debate next week, discussing the key issues facing Indiana's next governor.

Republican Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb, Democrat John Gregg, and Libertarian Rex Bell sat down to talk about the race for Governor, and their positions on issues from road funding to pre-K.

In the video above, see what they're saying about the construction delays on I-69, the controversy over RFRA, the state's efforts to fight heroin and other key issues.

In the videos below, see more of our interviews with Holcomb and Gregg on the race for governor.

And watch our full interview with Rex Bell below:

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