Marc Lotter is the spokesman for Indiana Governor Mike Pence. Lotter says Gov. Pence and his wife met with Donald Trump and his wife Saturday.
Lotter said on Sunday that the two couples had a “warm, productive meeting” before Pence returned to Indiana. According to Lotter, Trump and Pence discussed policies the Governor has used in Indiana. Lotter said “nothing was offered” when asked if Trump discussed the possibility of Pence becoming his VP choice.
Lotter referred all other questions to Trump’s campaign.
According to Pence’s website, his accomplishments as governor are many:
Since taking office in 2013, Pence has achieved the largest state tax cut in Indiana history while also lowering the business personal property tax and corporate income tax to strengthen the state’s competitive edge in attracting new investment and good-paying jobs for Hoosiers. He has expanded school choice, increased educational opportunity for Hoosier families by signing into law the first State funding for pre-K education in Indiana, and addressed Indiana’s skills gap by making career and technical education a priority in every Indiana high school. And, because roads mean jobs here in the Crossroads of America, under his leadership the state has invested more than $800 million in new money for roads and bridges in Indiana.
The Governor has worked with the Indiana General Assembly to craft an honestly balanced budget that maintains strong reserves for the State and continues to generate a surplus. This fiscal discipline has helped Indiana maintain its AAA credit rating and earn a global reputation as a great place to do business.
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