Trump said Thursday: "...I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election ...if I win."
The two major party candidates for President met in the third and final debate Wednesday night.
Pence is not a certified write-in candidate. That’s creates two possibilities — either the vote gets thrown out or it gets counted for the Trump ticket.
The flyer includes Indiana man Singh Khalsa with the description "Muslim," but he is Sikh, not Muslim, and he doesn't support Donald Trump.
A Monmouth University poll shows Democrat John Gregg up by 12 points, but a poll commissioned by the Eric Holcomb campaign shows the candidates tied.
Pence says the sexual assault claims levied against Trump are "unsubstantiated."
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence's pick to take his place as Indiana governor isn't guaranteeing he'll vote for Donald Trump.
Democrats say Indiana Republicans are putting party over country by refusing to withdraw support for presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Pence said Monday that he believes Trump is sorry for the crude and predatory language about women captured in a 2005 video that became public last week.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hilary Clinton met Sunday night for the second Presidential debate.