RNC: On the issues: Vice presidential pick


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Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, left, shares a laugh with Ohio Speaker of the House Cliff Rosenberger on Sunday evening. DeWine hosted an event for members of the Ohio delegation to the GOP convention at Tony Brush Park in Cleveland’s Little Italy.


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Rick Morelli, a delegate from Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania, said Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is “a great fit” as Donald Trump’s choice for vice president.

“He brings a lot to the table, which Trump needs,” he said. “He has experience in government, and he’s more of a strong conservative than Trump.”

Morelli also said the Democrats and Republicans are going to have a hard time finding anything controversial about Pence.

Kraig Noble, the St. Marys, Ohio, law director who was in Cleveland on Sunday and Monday for festivities, said former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich would have been more experienced than the Indiana governor, but he said Pence was a safe but good pick.

“Pence is a more traditional conservative,” Noble said, “and he will probably help the ticket.”

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Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, left, shares a laugh with Ohio Speaker of the House Cliff Rosenberger on Sunday evening. DeWine hosted an event for members of the Ohio delegation to the GOP convention at Tony Brush Park in Cleveland’s Little Italy.
http://robesonian.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Page-DeWine-Rosenberger-3.jpgOhio Attorney General Mike DeWine, left, shares a laugh with Ohio Speaker of the House Cliff Rosenberger on Sunday evening. DeWine hosted an event for members of the Ohio delegation to the GOP convention at Tony Brush Park in Cleveland’s Little Italy. Lora Abernathy | Civitas Media

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