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General Election Results: President

President

Last updated 12:51pm ★ 100% Reporting

ColorNameVotes%
Donald Trump
Republican
57.0%
1,557,286
Hillary Clinton
Democrat
38.1%
1,039,126
Gary Johnson
Libertarian
4.9%
133,993

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Braun was elected to the state Legislature in 2014.

Braun says he looks forward to serving Hoosiers in a different capacity as he steps down from his House seat.

Pence

Greg Pence has filed a document indicating he will seek the congressional seat that Vice President and former Governor Mike Pence represented for 12 years.

The Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis.

The Charlestown Republican has represented Clark, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Scott, Switzerland and Washington counties in southern Indiana.

Kesler

The man is accused of continuing to vote in Vigo County for several years after moving to Illinois.

voters

The General Assembly adopted the mandatory voter roll purges in 2014.

Indiana House Districts

Redistricting reform has been difficult to pass in Indiana, and it is looking like nothing will change this legislative session.

Left: Secretary of State Connie Lawson (Photo: in.gov) / Right: Indiana's electoral votes went to Donald Trump in November's election.

Secretary of State Connie Lawson says the federal Department of Homeland Security accessed the state’s electoral system without Indiana’s permission.

About 50 people protested outside the House chambers before the vote and in the Statehouse rotunda after.

Indiana electors have always voted for their party, and this year was no different.

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