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Hill destroys competition in first Gubernatorial poll since announcing campaign

Hill beat Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch by more than 20 points


INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Former Indiana Attorney General and current Republican candidate for Governor Curtis Hill blew away his competition in the first poll regarding the race since he announced his bid for the office earlier this month. Hill held a commanding 20-point lead over the runner up in the poll, Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch. Even more surprising was how poorly presumed frontrunner Senator Mike Braun performed, garnering only 6% of the vote.


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