Pence Missing From RNC Speakers’ List

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence joins Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at a rally in Westfield, Ind., Tuesday, July 12, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
Conspicuously missing from the official list of speakers for the 2016 Republican National Convention released Thursday by convention CEO Jeff Larson is Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN), who has reportedly been under consideration to be presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s running mate. According to the release announcing the speakers, it is “a partial list” participating in the event. Released list as follows: Pastor Mark Burns Phil Ruffin Congressman Ryan Zinke Pat Smith Mark Geist John Tiegen Congressman Michael McCaul Sheriff David Clarke Congressman Sean Duffy Darryl Glenn Senator Tom Cotton Karen Vaughn Governor Mike Huckabee Mayor Rudy Giuliani Melania Trump Senator Joni Ernst Kathryn Gates-Skipper Marcus Luttrell Dana White Governor Asa Hutchinson Attorney General Leslie Rutledge Michael Mukasey Andy Wist Senator Jeff Sessions Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn Alex Smith Speaker Paul Ryan Congressman Kevin McCarthy Kerry Woolard . Senator Shelley Moore Capito Dr. Ben Carson Co-Chair Sharon Day Natalie Gulbis Kimberlin Brown Antonio Sabato, Jr. Peter Thiel Eileen Collins Senator Ted Cruz Newt Gingrich Michelle Van Etten Lynne Patton Eric Trump Harold Hamm Congressman Chris Collins Brock Mealer Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn Governor Mary Fallin Darrell Scott Lisa Shin Governor Rick Scott Chairman Reince Priebus Tom Barrack Ivanka Trump Attorney General Pam