SANDBORN, Ind. (AP) — Former Democratic Indiana gubernatorial candidate John Gregg is getting into the grocery business.
Gregg announced on his Facebook page that he and his wife had bought Yagles Country Cupboard in southwestern Indiana's Daviess County. Gregg wrote he hopes the store about 15 miles from his hometown of Sandborn will help provide more services to the largely Amish community near the store and create a few jobs.
Gregg narrowly lost last year's governor's race to Republican Mike Pence. Since then he has continued working the Democratic fundraising circuit, leading to speculation he will run again for governor in 2016. But Gregg has said he is not ready to make any announcements yet.
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