REPORT: Vice Pres. Pence congratulates brother on election win
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Greg Pence is following in his older brother’s footsteps. The 61-year-old Republican is projected to defeat Democrat Jeannine Lee Lake to take home the Indiana U.S. House seat his sibling held for a dozen years.
Mike Pence congratulated Greg Pence — one of his three brothers — on winning the 6th District Congressional seat Tuesday night and expressed his eagerness to work closely with the Hoosier State in order to advance President Trump’s agenda.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Congrats to my brother @GregPenceIN on being elected to serve in the US Congress,” Mike Pence wrote, in part. “Greg served our country admirably in uniform & will do the same in Washington DC.”
Congrats to my brother @GregPenceIN on being elected to serve in the US Congress. Greg served our country admirably in uniform & will do the same in Washington DC. I am so proud & look forward to working w/ him to advance @RealDonaldTrump’s agenda for America & the Hoosier State!
— Mike Pence (@mike_pence) November 7, 2018
Thank you Mr. Vice President! https://t.co/O9H3ltTcEm
— Greg Pence (@GregPenceIN) November 7, 2018
Republican Greg Pence, the Vice President Mike Pence’s older brother, has won Indiana’s 6th Congressional district.
— POLITICO (@politico) November 7, 2018
— Yahoo (@Yahoo) November 7, 2018
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