Indiana's governor likely won't be giving public support to any of the Republican candidates for president.
Mitch Daniels says he doesn't plan on making an endorsement before the primaries kick off in five weeks, and indicated he might not make any at all.
He thinks endorsements are overrated, and believes saying who thinks should be the nominee won't have any impact on voters.
Daniels says he is encouraged by statements the GOP field has made recently about spending and entitlement programs.
He hopes the wide open race continues until Indiana holds its Primary Election May 8th, which likely will coincide with North Carolina and West Virginia.