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.
An FAA notice dated Wednesday prohibits most aircraft from flying below 1,500 feet within a one-mile radius of the Governor's Residence in Indianapolis.
Governor-elect Holcomb left open the possibility of an early gubernatorial transition Wednesday saying that decision was up to Pence.
Pence served six terms in Congress, making him a logical liaison between legislators and the White House.
While Trump won Indiana's 11 electoral votes, Hoosiers reacted to his presidential victory with mixed emotions.
Ted Cruz campaigned with Mike Pence in Iowa Thursday. Meanwhile, Pence refuses to endorse Paul Ryan for Speaker of the House.
Joshua Pitcock is collecting $23,000 per month as Indiana's lobbyist in Washington, even after he took a paid position with the GOP presidential campaign.
Around 200 people gathered in an old gymnasium in southern Indiana for the rally, part of the Indiana GOP’s “Proven Leadership” tour.
A rainstorm at New York's LaGuardia Airport late Thursday is blamed for the incident.