Pence plans to reach out to Dems

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Indiana Gov.-elect Mike Pence says he will reach out to Democrats to try to work together after he takes office next month, saying it will take people across the political spectrum to make Indiana great.

The Republican congressman made a stop Thursday morning at a diner in South Bend to meet with Republican supporters to thank them for helping him win November's election.

It is part of what he's calling his "thank you" tour of the state Thursday and Friday, saying he was paying a debt of gratitude to his supporters. He also shook hands with people eating at the diner as he left.

Pence also plans to make stops in Fort Wayne, Evansville and Terre Haute.

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MarkDuwe
Here is the usual Republican shtick. Lets lower taxes on business to attract more of them to locate here. Two years later: "Oh my, we have a budget shortfall. We will have to 'temporarily lay off some teachers, cut services and assistance program to the poor, and we may even have to raise the sale tax a point. I my, we sure hate to do that, god bless us all. In the mean time the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. They've been doing it for years, people. Sign my petition to have Pence impeached. I know it's a little early, but I'm sure he commit an impeachable offense by summer. It will take that long to compile the signatures. So, let's get rolling... http://www.change.org/petitions/governor-elect-mike-pence-of-indiana-i-want-them-to-go-away-via-impeachment
 

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