The Indiana governor received just 4 percent of the vote among potential Republican presidential candidates at the Conservative Political Action Conference. But an IUPUI political science professor says the weak showing shouldn’t dissuade Daniels’ supporters.
Gov. Mitch Daniels is to speak Friday night at the Conservative Political Action Conference that has drawn thousands of conservatives eager to help a GOP challenger deny President Barack Obama a second term.
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels says in an interview that he would have plenty of prominent Republican support and strong fundraising if he decided to run for president.
U.S. Rep. Mike Pence said Thursday he won't seek the Republican nomination for president in 2012 because he wants to focus on issues "closer to home" — a message some supporters are interpreting as his clearest sign yet that he'll run for Indiana governor.
Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White was formally sworn into office during a Statehouse ceremony Thursday — two months after easily winning election despite claims from Democrats that he improperly voted in the May primary using his ex-wife's home as his address.
Four new Republicans began representing the state in the U.S. House on Wednesday as the 112th Congress began.