Tuesday night’s running mate debate had lower viewership than any such encounter in sixteen years.
Nothing that happens tonight during the Vice-Presidential debate is likely to matter, so feel free to skip it.
The least likely choice ascends to the Number Two position on the Republican ticket.
If reports are correct, Indiana Governor Mike Pence will be Donald Trump’s choice for a running mate.
Is Indiana’s Governor a contender to be Donald Trump’s running mate?
The devil is in the details of what the legislature passes, but Indiana’s Governor has essentially conceded defeat in the battle over his state’s controversial new “religious freedom” law.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence is supposed to be a champion of limited government. So why is he starting up a state run news agency?
Scott Walker argues that Governors tend to make the best Presidents. He’s largely correct, but he’s not the only Republican who fits that bill.
Why are many of the top Republicans are sitting out the race despite a seemingly vulnerable incumbent?
Could Mike Pence make the leap from the House of Representatives to the White House ? It’s possible, but history and the likely GOP field in 2012 suggest it would be very difficult.