Now that Congressman Mike Pence no longer faces an opponent in the Republican gubernatorial primary, the person he wants to replace is on board for support.
Gov. Mitch Daniels during a Friday visit to Fort Wayne said he always planned to support the Republican nominee and now that Pence is unopposed, he plans to help get Pence elected.
“I’ll do anything he asks me to do,” Daniels said.
The Indiana Election Commission voted 3-1 last month to remove businessman Jim Wallace from the Republican primary ballot because he did not collect enough certified signatures from registered voters in the 7th District.