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Mike Pence

Mike Pence (R)

Candidate for:
Indiana State Governor

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  • Graduated from Hanover College and earned his J.D. from Indiana University School of Law.
  • Was named President of the Indiana Policy Review in 1991.
  • Elected to Congress in 2000, and earned a sixth term in November of 2010.
  • Currently sits on the House Judiciary Committee where he serves as the Vice-Chairman of the subcommittee on the Constitution.

Recent Stories About Mike Pence

February 23, 2015


John Gregg

John Gregg Reconsiders Another Run For Governor In 2016 

John Gregg, who Mike Pence defeated in 2012, is considering a second run for governor in 2016.

February 23, 2015


While some members of the legislature said the program might be ready by the fall, Gov. Pence says he hopes it will be ready by next year.

Gov. Pence Urges Spending Caution 

Gov. Pence's proposed budget kept nearly 13 percent of state revenue in reserve. But in their budget proposal House Republicans kept reserves below 12 percent.

February 16, 2015



Two Years Before State Can Repair BMV Overcharge Issues 

House Roads and Transportation Chairman Ed Soliday, R-Valparaiso, says there are more than 1,200 motor-vehicle fees, and many are either obsolete or redundant.

January 29, 2015


Mike Pence

Pence Terminates Development Of Controversial Just IN Site 

In a statement, the governor said the decision came after "thorough review of the preliminary planning and careful consideration of the concerns expressed."

January 12, 2015


Governor Pence

Three Things To Look For In Tuesday’s State Of The State 

The governor's 2015 State of the State address will likely focus heavily on education, but it could also include tax reform.

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