Mike Pence

Former Vice President Mike Pence was born and raised in Indiana. In his early career, he practiced law and hosted a syndicated talk radio show. Later, he represented Indiana in the US House of Representatives for six terms, where he built a reputation as a champion of limited government, fiscal responsibility, economic development, educational opportunity, and the U.S. Constitution. In 2012, Mike Pence was elected as the 50th Governor of Indiana. As Governor, Pence enacted the largest income tax cut in Indiana history and lowered the state’s unemployment rate by half. He prioritized education, increased school funding, expanded school choice, created the first state-funded Pre-K plan, and bolstered career and technical education. From 2017 to 2021, Pence served as Vice President of the United States.