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.

Chambers says his background in business and economic development would serve as a great asset to Hoosiers.

He also spoke about the LEAP District controversy as well as the water-related issues.

You can hear Chambers in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.

It runs for about ten minutes.