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Governor Moonbeam is fit and ready for another re-run
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Topic - Neil Pickett
Gov. Mitch Daniels will leave Indiana a state modeled after the businessman's conservatism he practiced and studied for decades, with all the successes and mistakes that came of his bold vision.
Before Mr. Daniels took over, state leaders were fine with mediocrity, said Neil Pickett, Mr. Daniels' policy director from 2005 to 2009.
Mr. Daniels was uniquely poised to execute that vision after years of jobs in politics and corporate boardrooms, Mr. Pickett said.