The early days of the general election campaign have been a contortionist act for Mike Pence, who has remained loyal to running mate Donald Trump while trying to maintain his reputation as a principled, down-to-earth Midwesterner.
A state disclosure report filed Wednesday shows Gov. Mike Pence's state campaign committee gave nearly $1.25 million to Eric Holcomb, who is the lieutenant governor, last week.
Two Indiana Republican members of Congress will find out next week whether they'll get back on the November election ballot.
Eric Holcomb, the new Republican candidate for Indiana governor, is sticking closely to Gov. Mike Pence's record, which Democrats have spent months attacking in hopes of winning the state's top office.
The GOP state committee voted Monday morning to nominate state Auditor Suzanne Crouch for lieutenant governor.
The Republican Governors Association has released a new television ad against Democrat gubernatorial candidate John Gregg, questioning his support of coal country.
State Republicans selected Indiana Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb to replace Gov. Mike Pence on the gubernatorial ballot during a meeting Tuesday.
The Democratic state committee is set to vote during a private meeting Friday evening on selecting Evan Bayh to replace former U.S. Rep. Baron Hill as the nominee for the seat now held by Republican Sen. Dan Coats, who is retiring.
Indiana's delegates to the Republican National Convention will be celebrating Mike Pence's selection as Donald Trump's running mate while also pondering who'll take his place as the GOP candidate for governor.
A simple majority of 12 votes is needed from the 22 members of the Indiana Republican Party’s central committee for a candidate to be confirmed as Pence’s replacement on the ballot. The group will meet July 26.
The Republican ballot spot is open now that Rep. Susan Brooks has withdrawn from the race in order to run for governor and possibly replace Gov. Mike Pence on the ballot.
A public announcement isn’t scheduled until Friday morning, but finalists for the vice presidential slot have been told to expect a decision as early as Thursday afternoon. Donald Trump is leaning toward Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, CNN reported Thursday.
Ivanka Trump joined her father at the governor’s Meridian Street residence as the GOP nominee for president continues to vet possible running mates.
Election developments in Indiana and Kansas stand as the latest examples of Democratic attempts to mount competitive races on Republican-friendly terrain, as they try to capitalize on turmoil around Donald Trump's presidential candidacy.
The head of former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels' successful 2004 campaign has begun an effort to draft him to again seek the office if Donald Trump selects Gov. Mike Pence to be his running mate.
Indiana Republicans are already speculating about who would replace Mike Pence in the governor's race, even though Pence's selection is far from certain and the presumed GOP presidential nominee is vetting several candidates.