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Vice President Pence casts a postal vote in Indianapolis

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Vice President Pence casts a postal vote in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Vice President Mike Pence voted in the Indianapolis general election.

Pence and his wife Karen cast absentee votes at around 8:15 a.m. on Friday in the Indianapolis City-County Building.

Pence said, “It’s a great honor and great to be home again” when he gave the cameras a thumbs up sign.

Indianapolis councilor Zach Adamson, a Democrat, was campaigning outside the building on behalf of Joe Biden’s.

He said a lot of people are there to vote “because they are unhappy with what they see, especially the national response to COVID.”

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