The Indianapolis Star reports:
Another Pence will head to Washington D.C. Republican Greg Pence won the 6th District Congressional seat Tuesday night, following in his famous younger brother Vice President Mike Pence’s footsteps. Greg Pence said Mike Pence called to congratulate him.
It’s the same seat the younger Pence — before he became Indiana’s governor — first won 18 years ago, catapulting him into the political realm. Rep. Luke Messer represented the district for the last six years, vacating the seat to run in the bitter Senate GOP primary for a chance to take down Democrat Sen. Joe Donnelly.
Greg Pence, who owns antique shops, refused to participate in any debates against his opponent. He has never held any elected office and will now take the seat being vacated by GOP Rep. Luke Messer, who is running for the US Senate. Messer, you surely recall, is leading the campaign for Trump to win the Nobel Prize.