More than a dozen other people will also advise Trump on transition matters.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will soon be the sixth Hoosier to serve as the vice president of the United States.
The WFIU-WTIU news team estimates voter turnout in Indiana is about 8 percent lower than in the 2008 presidential election.
Republican Eric Holcomb scored what some saw as a surprise victory in the governor’s race, defeating Democrat John Gregg.
Governor-elect Holcomb left open the possibility of an early gubernatorial transition Wednesday saying that decision was up to Pence.
The positions of Governor, U.S. Senate, Attorney General and Superintendent all went Republican on Tuesday.
Holcomb says he’ll soon begin evaluating state agencies, deciding which, if any, current agency heads will be invited to stay on.
Todd Young's campaign spent tens of millions of dollars capitalizing on Bayh's abrupt departure from politics.
House Republicans only lost one seat while Senate Republicans picked one up.
Pence served six terms in Congress, making him a logical liaison between legislators and the White House.