? IN-Gov: On Friday, Donald Trump announced that Gov. Mike Pence would be his running mate on the GOP's presidential ticket. Pence was already the Republican nominee for governor of Indiana, but state law prevented him from appearing on the ballot twice, meaning that Pence had to withdraw from the gubernatorial race to join Trump. He did so just ahead of the July 15 deadline.
Prior to announcing Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate, presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump had narrowed the VP field down to the Indiana...
Reports that presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump wavered at the last minute on his selection of Mike Pence as his running mate are "wrong," Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort said Monday.
A few days ago, Donald Trump pulled off the world’s greatest Chris Christie burn, announcing that Indiana governor Mike Pence would be his running mate in this increasingly exhausting and baffling presidential campaign. Also, the lo...
OPTIMISTIC Republicans will take comfort in the naming of Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and a strait-laced social and fiscal conservative, as Donald Trump’s vice-presidential running-mate.