GOP vice presidential nominee Mike Pence praised Donald Trump, touted his own record as Indiana's governor and criticized Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Pence has been involved in many divisive issues as governor, but experts say Pence has an opportunity to adjust his image.
Gov. Mike Pence returned to Indiana Saturday afternoon after being named Donald Trump's running mate.
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Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb and U.S. Reps Susan Brooks and Todd Rokita leave their races in their bids to succeed Mike Pence as the governor.
Pence has spent his entire life and career in Indiana, serving in the U.S. House of Representatives for ten years and as Governor of Indiana for four years.
Sources say Trump could announce Pence as his VP as early as tomorrow.
By law, Pence has until noon to remove himself from Indiana’s ballot.
Donald Trump is expected to pick his a running mate to seek nomination as the Republican candidate for Vice President Friday, July 15 at 11:00 a.m
Pence has spent his entire life and career in Indiana. Get a detailed look at his history and experience.