Posted on 10/6/2016 12:34:25 PM
WTPOTUS wants to make sure you know who you are voting for, we went online and did some research to find that American citizens were curious of who Mike Pence is, what he does, and other questions about him. So we decided to answer top 5 trending Mike Pence questions to help!
Q1. Is Pence a Lawyer?
Michael Pence, known as Mike Pence is an American politician and attorney who is currently serving as the 50th Governor of Indiana. He was raised in Indiana, and graduated from Hanover College and earned his law degree from McKinney School of Law.
Q2. Is Mike Pence still the Governor of Indiana?
The 2016 Indiana Gubernatorial Elections will also take place on 8th November, the same day as Election Day. Citizens of the state will also be able to vote for the individual they want to elect for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Indiana.
While Pence was running for reelections for a second term in office, he was chosen by Republican Party’s nominee, Donald Trump to run as Vice President. Since he was barred by the Indiana law which restricts the Governor to simultaneously run for both offices, he withdrew from the gubernational election. Pence was then replaced by his former running mate Lieutenant Governor Eric Holcomb, selected by the Indiana Republican State Committee as a nominee in July.
Holcomb then selected the State Auditor, Suzanne Crouch in August to be his running mate for Lieutenant Governor, she was then confirmed by the Indiana Republican State Committee on August 1st.
Q3. Where does Mike Pence Live?
Mike Pence resides at the Governor Residence located at 4750 N. Meridian Street, it is the sixth official governor's residence, first established in 1973 for Mrs. Otis R. Bowen, the Governor at the time.
The Residence’s first floor is open to the public, it has a formal living room, a library, and a foyer, there is also a formal and informal dining room, sun porch, event space, and kitchen, butler’s pantry, and residence staff offices.
The second floor is for the First Family and is private. It includes a living room, master bedroom, a guest bedroom, office, and bathrooms. The third floor of the residence houses another bedroom, bathroom, and large attic.
Annually, 10,000 people visit the Governor's Residence approximately. Receptions and tours are given on an as available basis.
Q4. What did Mike Pence say Today?
Well, the answer to this question changes frequently, depending on actions and statements made by Pence, however the most recent thing Pence said was:
“Senator, you whipped out that Mexican thing again.” This happened when the Vice Presidential debate tuned towards the topic of abortion,” Kaine quoted Trump saying.
“I think you should live your moral values but the last thing, the very last thing that the government should do is have laws that would punish women who make reproductive choices. And that is the fundamental difference between a Clinton-Kaine ticket and a Trump-Pence ticket that wants to punish women who make that choice.”
To this, Pence replied, “It is really not. Donald Trump and I would never support legislation that punished women who made the heartbreaking choice to end a pregnancy.” Kaine asked, “Then why did Donald Trump say that?”
Pence then said, “Look. Look. He is not a polished politician like you and Hillary Clinton, and so you know ...” Kaine then concluded, “Great line from the Gospel of Matthew: From the fullness of the heart, the mouth speaks. When Donald Trump says women should be punished or Mexicans are rapists and criminals, or John McCain is not a hero — he is showing you who he is.”Pence then added the last words, “Senator, you whipped out that Mexican thing again.”
Q5. Will Mike Pence tell the truth?
Who knows, you never know who is telling the truth or when they are lying.
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