WASHINGTON — Donald Trump officially announced Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his vice presidential pick in a tweet on Friday morning.
Pence, who was elected Indiana’s 50th Governor in 2012, endorsed the presumptive republican presidential nominee in May.
“I’m fully supportive of our presumptive nominee, and I do think Donald Trump will do well in the State of Indiana,” Pence told reporters, according to FOX59 in Indianapolis on May 6. “I’m going to campaign hard for the Republican nominee because Indiana needs a partner in the White House.”