Pence's bid to be Vice President leaves a vacancy on Indiana's ballot this year: who will be the Republican candidate for Indiana's next governor?
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.
At least three Indiana politicians have expressed interest in replace Gov. Mike Pence as the GOP candidate for governor if Pence is chosen to be Trump's VP.
The bill, introduced by Todd Rokita of Indiana’s 4th district, would decrease the number of schools that can provide free meals to needy students.
Sen. Joe Donnelly says the Export-Import Bank helped about 140 Indiana businesses export more than $4 billion in goods since 2007.
The state's entire Republican congressional delegation is voting or leaning no, while two of the state's three Democrats remain undecided.
Rokita, along with six other House Republicans drafted a bill that would serve as an alternative to Obamacare.
Republican Representatives Larry Bucshon, Todd Rokita and Marlin Stutzman say they're "skeptical" of getting involved in Syria.
The state’s Republican leaders remember Otis Bowen as the architect of some of the changes the party is still working to enact today.
Fourth district congressman Todd Rokita and third district’s Marlin Stutzman voted against the bill.