In his press conference, Rupert stated he is dedicated to bringing jobs to Indiana by creating a level playing field for all businesses, be they large, small, or home-based. He stated he is a believer in unions, is currently a union member himself, but also supports right-to-work legislation.
Because of the way state laws are written, Libertarians are not allowed to participate in the primary process. Instead, they choose from their candidates at party nominating conventions each spring. As of now, Boneham is the only person who has announced they are seeking the Libertarian's gubernatorial nomination.
There's going to be tons more coming on this story, I'm sure.
You can check out Rupert's website here, although it is not yet updated to reflect the news in today's announcement. Boneham said to expect updates on the page within the next couple of days. He said there is also going to ba an official Rupert for Governor Facebook page.