INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 7, 2024) – Republican gubernatorial candidate and former Indiana Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers today officially filed the necessary paperwork to appear on the Republican primary election ballot in the race for governor of Indiana.
That included filing over 7,000 verified signatures, which were collected in under four months.
“I believe in Indiana’s future — one filled with more opportunities for Hoosiers and their families to build and live a great life — but it’s a future that will take a true outsider to build, not a career politician,” stated Brad Chambers. “And after spending the past several months traveling across the state listening to Hoosiers, it’s clear that many feel the same.”
“Thanks to an incredible field team and group of volunteers and supporters, today, we’re now officially one step closer to building that future, and I’m more energized than ever to get it done,” he added.
In January, the Chambers announced a four-month fundraising effort totaling $8.48 million, outraising a sitting U.S. Senator and a field full of career politicians despite being the last candidate to enter the race in August 2023.