Ind. Code § 3-8-2-8 : Indiana Code - Section 3-8-2-8: Petition for candidacy for U.S. Senator or governor

(a) A declaration of candidacy for the office of United States Senator or for the office of governor must be accompanied by a petition signed by at least four thousand five hundred (4,500) voters of the state, including at least five hundred (500) voters from each congressional district.
(b) Each petition must contain the following:
(1) The signature of each petitioner.
(2) The name of each petitioner legibly printed.
(3) The residence mailing address of each petitioner.
(c) This subsection applies to a petition filed during the period:
(1) beginning on the date that a congressional district plan has been adopted under IC 3-3; and
(2) ending on the date that the part of the act or order issued under IC 3-3-2 establishing the previous congressional district plan is repealed or superseded.
The petition must be signed by at least four thousand five hundred (4,500) voters of Indiana, including at least five hundred (500) voters from each congressional district created by the most recent congressional district plan adopted under IC 3-3.
As added by P.L.5-1986, SEC.4. Amended by P.L.10-1992, SEC.13; P.L.126-2002, SEC.29.