The Donald Trump campaign has not given an indication of when the press conference, previously scheduled for Friday morning, would be rescheduled. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is widely expected to be announced as Trump’s running mate.
U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita and House Speaker Brian Bosma are also among potential nominees.
Now that Trump has claimed Pence on the national ticket, who will replace him here in Indiana?
A Friday deadline for withdrawing from state races complicates decisions for those who might want to jump into the governor’s race.
Trump stayed in Indiana on Tuesday after a mechanical issue with his plane—and he made the most it, setting up a makeshift headquarters at the Conrad Indianapolis hotel Wednesday and meeting with potential vice presidential candidates and advisers.
Donald Trump’s nationwide lag in fundraising compared with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is apparent even in Indiana, despite the fact polling shows Trump comfortably besting Clinton in a general election matchup here.
The Republican Governors Association called the Democrat a “wasteful-spending, tax-loving, former lobbyist.”
Competitive and highly publicized races in Indiana’s May 3 primary election drove more voters to the polls than four years ago. Early voting also was up.
With polls predicting that Sen. Cruz Ted will lose the Indiana primary, campaign officials are bracing for immediate staffing cuts, according to an aide.
The Trusted Leadership PAC said it will spend $1.6 million and Club for Growth Action said it will spend $1.5 million on ad buys.
Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders have bought TV time on Indianapolis stations. So have the Club for Growth, Our Principles and Trusted Leadership PACs.
The WTHR/Howey Politics Indiana Poll reinforces the perception that the Indiana presidential primaries will be competitive.
Presidential candidates often rely on seasoned political locals–the folks who know a state inside and out–to help make inroads with local voters.