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.
In a statement published on his Twitter account, Gov. Mike Pence condemned Trump's words, saying he was offended by them.
Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has said he wants to emulate the business-friendly agenda of former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels — for whom Holcomb was a top aide.
Candidates for the seats now held by U.S. Reps. Susan Brooks and Todd Rokita faced a Wednesday filing deadline.
As Mike Pence officially becomes Trump’s running mate, there’s still an unanswered question left over from his gubernatorial campaign. Where does the money go?
The GOP plans to maintain its party platform of marriage between a man and a woman.
Democrat Baron Hill says Hoosiers deserve access to their candidates, which is why he’s challenging his opponents to four debates and five town hall meetings.
As an at-large GOP delegate, Claybourn would have been required to support Trump on the first ballot because he won highest percentage in Indiana.
The current 9th District Indiana congressman moves on to face former 9th District Rep. Baron Hill.