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Pence to remain governor as he transitions to VP

By Rachel Hoffmeyer TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS — Vice president-elect Mike Pence said he will not resign as governor of Indiana as he takes on additional roles within the new presidential administration. Pence is working with Gov.-elect Eric Holcomb to create a smooth transition of power. He joined Holcomb Monday at the Statehouse for a cabinet meeting […]

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Pence inaugural committee raises more than $1 million for events, transition

By Megan Banta TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – The committee that funded Republican Gov. Mike Pence’s inaugural activities and transition announced Friday that it had raised more than $1 million for the effort. The donors included 17 companies and groups that contributed $25,000 each. The list includes law firms, utilities and other companies that either regularly do […]

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Video & story: New Superintendent Glenda Ritz takes the oath in a Statehouse ceremony

By Paige Clark TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Hundreds of teachers and Democratic loyalists cheered Glenda Ritz on Saturday during a ceremonial swearing-in event for Indiana’s new education chief. Ritz has already moved into the state superintendent of public instruction’s office, but opted not to participate in the inauguration ceremony conducted for new Gov. Mike Pence on […]

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Photo gallery: Images from the Mike Pence inaugural

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Video & story: Pence takes the oath as Indiana’s 50th governor

By Zach Osowski TheStatehouseFile.com Learn about the 50 governors Click here to see our interactive graphic. Click here to see more inaugural photos Radio report TheStatehouseFile.com’s Olivia Covington reports on Monday’s inauguration. INDIANAPOLIS – Braving temperatures in the 20s, Gov. Mike Pence took the oath to serve as Indiana’s 50th governor Monday, promising in his […]

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Podcast: Statehouse headlines for the week ending Jan. 12

Gov.-elect Mike Pence is preparing to be sworn in Monday as Indiana’s 50th governor, the Senate Education Committee plans four hours of testimony Wednesday on some controversial education standards and lawmakers are looking at ways to combat pain clinics that cater to addicts. Those are some of the stories in our weekly podcast:

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Video & story: Inaugural praise worship includes jig to honor Pence’s Irish roots

Music marks Inaugural Praise and Worship Service one day before Mike Pence becomes governor in Indiana from TheStatehouseFile.com on Vimeo. By Zach Osowski TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Gov.-elect Mike Pence and his family spent the day before his inauguration tapping their feet and clapping along to music during a two-hour worship service Sunday at the Indiana […]

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Photo gallery: Mike Pence hosts 1,800 at inaugural ball

Staff report TheStatehouseFile.com Gov.-elect Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, hosted roughly 1,800 people at an inaugural ball on Saturday night at the JW Marriott in downtown Indianapolis. They paid $75 per person to attend. “Tonight is not about us. It’s about all of you,” said Pence, who will be inaugurated Monday. He went on […]

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Video & story: Hundreds show up for Mike Pence’s family fun day

By Jesselyn Bickley TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Hundreds of families gathered at the Dallara IndyCar Factory on Saturday afternoon for fun, games, food and – of course – to see Republican Mike Pence, who was just two days from becoming the state’s 50th governor. Kids with painted faces walked with smiling parents as they toured the […]

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Analysis: Pence is not Daniels and that may work out just fine

By Lesley Weidenbener TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – As I was thinking about Republican Mike Pence’s inauguration ceremony coming up Monday, I decided to look back eight years to 2005, when Gov. Mitch Daniels was preparing to do the same thing. It was a reminder of how much things have changed in Indiana – and how different […]

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