NewsPublic Affairs / November 3, 2020

Trump Wins Indiana As It Stays In GOP Presidential Column

The home state of Vice President Mike Pence has gone for President Donald Trump. - AP Photo

The home state of Vice President Mike Pence has gone for President Donald Trump.

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana has gone for President Donald Trump again as the state remained in the Republican presidential column.

The home state of Vice President Mike Pence wasn’t in much doubt as Democrat Joe Biden’s campaign paid little attention to the state that has gone for Republican candidates in 12 of the last 13 presidential elections. Trump won Indiana by 19 percentage points in 2016 over Hillary Clinton. Although Republicans admitted his popularity had dropped in some areas.

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