"Their main point of contention was the health of Indiana's economy, but the two also disagreed sharply about the privatization of government services, the state's time zones and education.
Daniels defended his record of bringing new jobs to the state, pointing out accolades the state has received for its business environment and an unemployment rate that remains the lowest in the Midwest.
Long Thompson, a former congresswoman from Argos, painted Indiana as a state crushed by shuttered businesses and the nation's fastest-growing unemployment rate.
Libertarian Andy Horning used his time in the 60-minute debate at the Star Plaza Theatre to cast Daniels and Long Thompson as career politicians engaged in endless bickering."
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