If elected, Gov. Mike Pence would be the sixth vice president from the Hoosier State. Five former vice presidents are from Indiana.
The most recent was Dan Quayle – elected with President George H.W. Bush in 1988.
Then, you have to back more than 70 years to Thomas Marshall in 1912 under President Woodrow Wilson.
Charles Fairbanks won in 1904 with President Theodore Roosevelt.
Thomas Hendricks won in 1884 with President Grover Cleveland.
Finally in 1868, Schuyler Colfax was elected along with President Ulysses S. Grant.