We’re number 2

Indiana is a popular place for the selection of a vice presidential candidate for the US. The more I study US history, the more Hoosiers I find. Grover Cleveland’s first vice president, Thomas A. Hendricks, was Governor of Indiana. Woodrow Wilson’s vice president, Thomas R. Marshall, was also Governor of Indiana as was our current vice president, Mike Pence. Teddy Roosevelt’s vice president, Charles W. Fairbanks, was a Senator from Indiana. Fairbanks was also the GOP candidate for vice president in 1916, but he lost.

Trump must go

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