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Indiana Libertarians make auditor, treasurer picks

– The Indiana Libertarian Party has filled out its statewide slate of candidates.

The party announced Tuesday that Indianapolis accountant and financial adviser Mike Jasper will seek the treasurer’s office. Chesterton management consultant John Schick is running as the party’s pick for auditor.

Jasper is set to face Democrat Mike Boland and Republican Kelly Mitchell in November. Schick will square off against Democrat Mike Claytor and Republican incumbent Suzanne Crouch.

The party made a splash in 2012 when it recruited “Survivor” star Rupert Boneham to run for governor.

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