Vice President Mike Pence attends unveiling of governor’s portrait at Indiana Statehouse

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Vice President and former Indiana Gov. Mike Pence attended the unveiling of his official portrait during a visit to his home state.

Pence said Friday that he was “deeply humbled” to have the painting added to the state’s collection. The ceremony was held at the Indiana Statehouse.

Pence’s portrait shows the one-term Republican seated on top of his desk, with an open Bible and a family picture to his right. A stack of law books is to his left, with Indiana and U.S. flags in the background.

Pence is also wearing a tie — designed by wife Karen Pence — that is emblazoned with the state’s logo.