Pence is a father of three and a spouse of over three decades. The Indiana representative and his better half, Karen, likewise have two other kids, Mike and Charlotte, both more elder than Audrey.
This is what you have to Know about Audrey Pence:
1. She’s Described Herself as ‘Politically Independent, Socially Liberal’
Look who Audrey and I met while Christmas shopping in downtown Indy… Misfit the Reindeer! pic.twitter.com/GqSGRybuS3
— Governor Mike Pence (@GovPenceIN) December 20, 2014
That record came from a report in 2013 by WTHR, in which Audrey said she had voted split ticket. Around then, Audrey Pence was 18 and a senior student in secondary school who had quite recently possessed the capacity to vote in favor of the first run through. Pence, a previous Congressman and talk radio host, was chosen as the representative in 2012.
Audrey said she has voted split ticket in the past however revealed to WTHR that her dad, a Republican and social moderate, didn’t have an issue with her diverse political perspectives:
“Probably the person I get the most respect from is my dad on that and he has always…he tells me so many times, ‘I am proud of you for having your own opinions and looking into things.”
Be that as it may, Audrey said she voted for her dad for representative: “Yes, I voted in favor of him. I voted for him. He proved himself to me.”
As opposed to Audrey’s perspectives, her dad “long has fought fiercely for religious rights, pro-life legislation and to define marriage as between a man and a woman,,” as per The Indianapolis Star.
2. She Lives in Boston and Studied Journalism In Turkey
— Karen Pence (@FirstLadyIN) April 30, 2014
In an article titled, “An American Journalist in Turkey,” Northeastern University chronicled Audrey’s voyages. The college story says: “Ever since Audrey Pence arrived at Northeastern, she has been interested in learning more about the world. One mechanism she has used to get to know different people and places is journalism.”
The college story said that Pence is a “International issues major” in the class of 2017 who “took a shot at center at the Fuller Project for International Reporting, a non¬profit news organization situated in Turkey that was established earlier this year.”
While in Turkey, said the college, “Pence wrote a number of stories, covering issues ranging from bride kidnapping to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.” One of the stories was published on the website of CNN International. The story carries her byline. The goal of the Fuller Project is to chronicle the “underrepresented role of women” in the region, said the university, adding that she also helped with stories that ran in the New York Times and Elle Magazine.”
3. Audrey Has Studied Arabic and Spent Time in Jordan
Audrey’s Facebook page says she lives in Boston, Massachusetts, and Ann is her middle name. She has privatized her Instagram page, however she wrote on the profile: “Northeastern University International Affairs Washington D.C.>Indianapolis>Boston>.”
As indicated by a bio of Audrey on Solutions, Audrey, then in her second year of school, was “concentrating on International Affairs and Arabic. She was in Jordan about one month; In Jordan studying Arabic in the late spring of 2014 and is at Istanbul, Turkey working for Solutions Journal and the Fuller Project on reporting ventures in the district.”
The only photograph that Audrey has made obvious on her Facebook page, other than her profile picture, is a photograph sitting above New York from the M prepare:
(Arrangements included that Audrey would partake in a temporary job for the Center for Solutions in International Studies in Washington, D.C., “studying international conflict and negitiation in the Balkans in the up and coming summer of 2015. She would like to seek after a vocation that will keep her occupied with remote undertakings through a type of news coverage.”
4. Audrey Grew Up On The Campaign Trail and Has Gone Shooting With Her Father
WTHR said Audrey grew up and is used to poltics since her dad was a congressman before he was legislative head of Indiana (and before that he was a radio host).
“The family of Indiana Governor Mike Pence has been in the public eye for more than half their lives, following their father from campaign stop to campaign stop during his 12 years as a congressman,” said the news site.
Mike and Karen Pence have two other children: Michael, and Charlotte. The Military Times revealed in 2015 that Mike Pence, then 23, was a Marine Corps officer. Gov. Pence’s girl Charlotte, is studying Digital Cinema and English at DePaul University, graduating in 2016.
Photographs on Pence’s authentic Facebook page demonstrate Audrey at a shooting partner with her dad. “We went four for four on our first tries!” said the inscription on this 2015 photograph:
As indicated by Mike Pence’s authentic biography, he was brought up in Columbus, Indiana, where he graduated from Columbus North High School. He also grduated from Hanover College in 1981, receiving his J.D. from the Indiana University School of Law in 1986.
5. Mike Pence Frequently Posts Old Family Pictures on Social Media and Audrey’s Mother Is a Teacher
Mike Pence is not very private about his family; he as often as possible posts older pictures on his Facebook page, despite the fact that he doesn’t generally recognize which child is which in them. On his marriage anniversary with Karen, he posted a wedding photograph, expressing: “Celebrating 31 incredible years of marriage with my wife, Karen.”
Mike and his better half, Karen Pence, “celebrated 31 years of marriage,” his official site says. Karen Pence has been a teacher for over 25 years and is much of the time envisioned with Mike Pence on one of his political campaign.
Karen Pence’s authentic account says she earned a B.S. what’s more, M.S. in Elementary Education from Butler University and wedded Mike Pence in 1985. The Indianapolis Star says the Pences met in chapel and that both are “profoundly religious” and Mike Pence is a trueChristian.