Mike Pence Elected Indiana Governor, Pat Snyder Loses Wisconsin Assembly Race
November 8, 2012 at 4:03 AM (PT)
Former broadcaster Rep. MIKE PENCE (R-IN) won his bid for Governor of INDIANA in TUESDAY's elections. PENCE, a Republican who hosted a statewide radio talk show in INDIANA while practicing law before he was elected to Congress in 2000, has served in Congress since 2003. He defeated Democrat JOHN GREGG in a close race to succeed MITCH DANIELS, who reached his term limit.
Meanwhile, in WISCONSIN, MIDWEST COMMUNICATIONS Talk WSAU-A-F/WAUSAU host PAT SNYDER lost his bid for the State Assembly, losing to Democrat MANDY WRIGHT in the 85th Assembly District.