Trump easily cruises to victory in Indiana

President Donald Trump is cruising to victory in Indiana over Joe Biden.

With about 59% of the vote tallied Tuesday night, Trump had captured 60% of the vote, compared with 38% by Democrat Joe Biden.

The Associated Press declared victory for Trump, who was among numerous Republicans to maintain their dominance in Indiana, including Gov. Eric Holcomb, who defeated Democrat Woody Myers.

“Once again Indiana is first on the board for President Trump and our own Hoosier Vice President Mike Pence,” Indiana Republican Party Chairman Kyle Hupfer said in a written statement. “Indiana will be watching the national returns come in tonight and looking forward to four more years of the Trump-Pence administration!”

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