Vice President-elect Governor Mike Pence has signed the certification of the 11 Indiana electors who will cast their electoral votes for him and President-elect Donald Trump. Pence becomes the first Indiana governor in 104 years to certify the electors who voted for him as vice president.
The last time it happened in Indiana was in 1912 when then-Governor Thomas Marshall certified the electors who voted for him as vice president under President-elect Woodrow Wilson. Each governor in the United States must certify their state’s respective electors for each presidential election.
The electors’ votes will be cast on December 19. You can view the certification signed by Pence below: