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Pence’s brother wins Indiana House race

Greg Pence (R) on Tuesday won the Indiana congressional seat once occupied by his brother, Vice President Pence.

Greg Pence coasted to victory in the deep-red 6th District in Indiana against Democratic challenger Jeannine Lake.

{mosads}He will replace former Rep. Luke Messer, who left the seat for a failed GOP Senate nomination bid.

“Get out and VOTE!” Pence urged supporters over Twitter the day before the election.

“Incredibly proud to have the opportunity to represent the 6th District in Washington, DC. I’m Ready to Serve, Again!”

The vice president congratulated his brother on Twitter, saying he’s looking forward to working with him in Washington to advance President Trump’s agenda.

Tags 2018 midterm elections Donald Trump Greg Pence Indiana 6th District Luke Messer Mike Pence Vice President Mike Pence
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