Emma Gray, Huffington Post – December 27, 2016
Vice President-elect Mike Pence recently rented a home in DC’s Chevy Chase neighborhood. Soon after he moved in, residents of the area began hanging rainbow flags in his neighborhood in solidarity with the LGBGTQ community. (Pence has a notable history of supporting legislation that results in LGBTQ discrimination.) Now the neighborhood has embraced another symbol of quiet resistance by putting up “This neighborhood trusts women” signs, supplied by reproductive rights organization, NARAL Pro-Choice America.
Paul Singer, USA Today – October 25, 2016
If you have been talking about Donald Trump or Mike Pence on Facebook this month, odds are you are a woman. USA TODAY’s Facebook Barometer revealed last week that Trump is generating record amounts of traffic on Facebook. But a deeper dive into the data this week reveals that 60% of the conversation about him this month has been generated by women — a higher percentage than Hillary Clinton and a higher percentage than any other candidate this year.
Tessa Berenson, TIME – October 14, 2016
Vice presidential nominee Mike Pence said that he ‘does not understand’ Michelle Obama’s recent criticism of Donald Trump’s comments about women.
Tom LoBianco and Eric Bradner, CNN – October 8, 2016
Mike Pence has emerged as a popular alternative for top Republicans looking to replace Donald Trump as the party’s presidential nominee, but the Indiana governor’s own record with women could make it a short-lived courtship that doesn’t change the result in November.
Emma Green, The Atlantic – October 5, 2016
In a debate filled with yelling and interruptions, it was the moment when Tim Kaine and Mike Pence finally got quiet: They were talking about their struggles with faith. Kaine spoke about having to preside over executions while he was governor of Virginia, even though he’s morally opposed to the death penalty. Pence, however, turned the question around and brought up an issue no moderator has dared to ask about: abortion.
Maureen Groppe, Indianapolis Star – October 3, 2016
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will have another opportunity Tuesday to overcome voter skepticism of Donald Trump — this time from women — during the vice presidential debate against Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine.
Bianca Padro Ocasio, Politico – August 4, 2016
At a North Carolina town hall Thursday, among the toughest questions Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence faced came from an 11-year-old boy. “I’ve noticed you’ve been softening up on Trump’s words and policies. Is this going to be your role in the administration?” the boy asked Pence as the crowd erupted in laughter
Rowena Lindsay, Christian Science Monitor – July 16, 2016
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, now officially Donald Trump’s running mate, may help deliver the socially conservative and evangelical voters who originally supported Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. But Governor Pence is going to have a harder time recruiting women voters – a constituency that Mr. Trump has struggled to attract throughout his campaign, say political analysts.